Email: timbl @ w3.org PGP fingerprint 4D4B 9D1D C032 0710 3CDC DE0B 344D 9666 1177 9EE7 PGP Key Address W3C/MIT/CSAIL 32 Vassar Street Cambridge MA 02139 USA Latitude N 42.3633690 Longitude W 71.091796 Phone +1 (617) 253 5702 Identity on Wikipedia Timbl Talks, articles, etc
The Next Web, TED talk, 2009 The Year Open Data Went Worldwide, TED talk, 2010 A Magna Carta for the Web, TED talk, 2014 Essays and articles in text form
Three challenges for the web, according to its inventor , The World Wide Web Foundation, 2017 The many meanings of Open, Telefonica, 2013 Long Live the Web: A Call for Continued Open Standards and Neutrality Scientific American Noverber 2010 "Linked Data" (slides) at the TED 2009 conference, "The Great Unveiling" in Long Beach, CA, USA, 4 February 2009. The Future of the Web. Testimony before the United States House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Telecommunications and the Internet. (2007-03-01) The Mobile Web Keynote, 3GSM Barcelona, (2007-02-22) Speech and the Future Keynote, SpeechTek New York, (2004-09-14) Comment on the '906 patent (2003) Japan Prize commemorative lecture on the universality of the Web (2002) Michael Dertouzos R.I.P. (2001-08-27) D.M.Sendall. R.I.P. July 15 1999 The future of the Web - LCS 35th anniversary talk transcript WWW, UU and I - Unitarian Universalism and the Web (1998/4) A one-page personal history of the web (1998/5/7) Realizing the full potential of the web (1997/12/3) World-Wide Computer Communications of the ACM, February 1997, Vol. 40 No 2. The web: Past, Present and Future (1996) The Web; Europe and the US; Harmony and Diversity (1996) Hypertext and Our Collective Destiny , (1995) Presentation to CDA challenge by CDT et al , 28 Feb 1996 Original proposal for a global hypertext project at CERN (1989) If you want to know what we are working on now, look at the W3C site and check out all the activities at W3C. Also see:
Design Issues: Technical and philosophical notes on web architecture An occasional series of notes about how the web actually works and how to design new technology. For a list of past talks, see: Presentations via the W3C Presentations system or an extensive list in HTML. Disclosures History of the web: some pointers Speaking Engagements
I do a limited amount of speaking. If you have something you think I would be interested in speaking at, for academic events email firstname.lastname@example.org with details of the event, projected audience size and profile, location and date.
My professional speaking is handled by Don Walker at the Harry Walker Agency, email@example.com whom you can contact directly (Cc me as a above).
Please use an email subject line with relevant information such as: : "Keynote in Milan, 23 Febrary 2100 at ISWC2100" including the date and place proposed.
If I use slides (I often do not) I use a laptop -- currently a Mac running OSX. I do not need audio from the laptop.
Press: - Interviews and material
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(for information on the beginning of the Web prior to 1994) The press office at CERN (+41 22 767 6111) W3C's Communications Team If you need an interview for an article, please check the
Web FAQ W3C FAQ my press FAQ first, then please use email rather than phone. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org the general PR request line at W3C, rather than Amy van der Hiel (my assistant) or Coralie Mercier (Head of Communications at W3C) to set up interviews with me or with other W3C staff.
[Photo: in Sheldonian, Oxford: LeFevre communications, 2001.]
Currently much data on our computers which we cannot browse, or process by, for example, pulling into a spreadsheet, graphing it or joining it with other data. This includes personal data like calendars, playlists, GPS tracks, and bank statements; enterprise data product and workflow and resources, and public data such as weather, events and the properties of materials.
2007-01-20 Sorry it was so long before I gt the message. The paragraph now seems to have disaappeared. I don't have time just now to chase up the history. I think that the page needs a lot of bringing up to date to refelct the idea of data interop between appplications.
I'm doing my history day topic on you Tim :) Very interesting things I've learned about you and the web so far..... What's your favorite browser? Thx for the web by the way, lol. If we only had the internet this would probably still be only for scientists or we would have Xanadu which would be very weird because you can't delete anything on it!
I find it somewhat hard to believe that nobody has picked up on (or at least commented) that you are editing the talk page for the Tim Berners-Lee article in the first person. I wanted to let you know that the link to "Why you should not be a Unitarian Universalist By Rev. Dr. Tony Larsen," is broken on your w3 bio page. I'm going to be applying to the neuroscience Ph.D. program at MIT this fall. Maybe I'll get a chance to catch a lecture if you still give them from time to time. I have some pretty big ideas too ya know! braininformatics.com (p.s. if this isn't THE Tim B.L. I like your joke) Niubrad (talk) 15:52, 26 April 2009 (UTC)
If you really are Sir Tim Berners-Lee, then i) thank you for the web and ii) it would be a good idea to verify that by providing a link to your profile page here, from your W3C page.
i) You are welcome. Go ahead and use it whenever you like ;-) ii) Added a link to this page from my W3 page, as "my identity ion wikipedia" -- TimBL
I have Sorry, I do have machine readable stuff at card.rdf and card.n3, I don't have time to put hcard in just now. --TimBL
Do you suggest we lock up Wikipedia after you're done with web browsers? Just curious.
http://boingboing.net/2013/10/02/w3c-green-lights-adding-drm-to.html Cowicide (talk) 07:51, 3 October 2013 (UTC)
A barnstar for you!
|The Brilliant Idea Barnstar|
|Thank you so much for creating the World Wide Web! Timothy G. from CA (talk) 04:46, 3 May 2015 (UTC)|
A kitten for you!
Sir Tim, just want to thank you so much for the web and keeping it free! Enjoy a picture of a kitten!
web 3.0 or nonparametric efficiency
I'm sure that you will perfectly understand this.
When you believe that only you can be the person to do what we will talk about. Than appear certainly the biggest challenge in my life I'm a big fan of computer.
Today, from Brussels I'm really happy.
You confirm me where I'm going. Thank.
I read your article the semantic web and -in action.
Basically I was working on my project. I have to publish an article " Human as an enterpeneur".
So, in a sens my idea is a complet plagiarism of your idea.But it's not. It's the first time in my life that I read this articles.
This is unbelievable.
I'm really happy to follow what you did till now for our community.
I'm sure that I'll be able to help our community to resolve the semantic issue.
I'm already scare about this. A unique place for what we are talking about is my biggest fear.
In my point of view.
The nonparametric efficiency with the geolocalisation technologie is the best way.
The model is an hybrid, working with nonparametric and paramatric. The parametric will help user to build his network and profil, basically with social networking idea.
The nonparametricis is the core. I believe, it's the best way.
CALLABRAND is the project name.
A barnstar for you!
|The Special Barnstar|
|. Theitkid (talk) 15:10, 28 October 2017 (UTC)|
A kitten for you!
A barnstar for you!
|The Original Barnstar|
|If you did't invent the internet, Wikipedia wouldnt be here! Cheers! Huff slush7264 talk 14:51, 23 October 2018 (UTC)|