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The Internet, The Web, What's Next?

1998-06-26


The last five years have seen a dramatic acceleration in information technology which has had an impact on every facet of modern life. The fuse which sparked this worldwide Internet explosion was lit at CERN with the invention of the World-Wide Web by Tim Berners-Lee. Has any invention in history made such a massive and immediate impression on world culture? The aim of the Conference is to look back on how the Internet revolution started but more importantly, to predict whether this tremendous leap forward in communication has now peaked or if we can expect an even greater rate of progress and diversification.

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Learning without Frontiers in the Information Age
Jan Visser
Date: 1998-06-26    Language: en    Duration: 01:47:45
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The role of the global Web Consortium
Jean-François Abramatic
Date: 1998-06-26    Language: en    Duration: 01:09:28
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The World Wide Web: History and Hope
Tim Berners-Lee
Date: 1998-06-26    Language: en    Duration: 01:11:44
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Europe's view on the information society
Robert Verrue
Date: 1998-06-26    Language: en    Duration: 01:04:50
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The Background to the Internet: A Personal Interpretation
Peter Kirstein
Date: 1998-06-26    Language: en    Duration: 00:50:01
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Impact of the Web on world media
Mark Bernstein
Date: 1998-06-26    Language: en    Duration: 00:47:52
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Welcome and introduction to CERN
Christopher Smith
Date: 1998-06-26    Language: en    Duration: 00:17:41
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