Inventor of the Web talks about future of the Web

November 29th, 2007 |
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Tim Berners-Lee, on Tuesday, visited HP Labs in Palo Alto where he talked with employees and the press about the trends he’s seen happen on the Web and where its future lies. He’s working with the Web Science Research Initiative and the University of Southampton in England on a variety of research initiatives, mostly focused around developing technologies for the semantic Web and social software. He talked at length about the coming shift of the Web away from pages to more granular information that can be displayed as pages, as graphs, or in other ways.

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