October 6, 2015

Video: Sir Tim Berners-Lee Discusses the Open Internet and World Wide Web During Lecture in New Zealand

The other day we mentioned that Sir Tim Berners-Lee was in Australia talking about the open web and to be more specific, open publishing, privacy and other topics.

Today, we’re sharing an archived video recording of a lecture given by Sir Tim Berners-Lee that took place yesterday at the Te Papa Museum in Wellington, New Zealand.

Press Conference

Berners-Lee also spoke with the press in Wellington. Here’s raw video of the press conference.


Inventor of WWW says an ‘open’ net is crucial (via TVNZ)

Sir Tim Berners-Lee, World Wide Web inventor, in NZ (via 3 News)

Programming ability is the new digital divide: Berners-Lee (via Computerworld NZ)

Hat Tip and Thank You: Kevin Adams

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