Tim Berners Lee, the inventor of World Wide Web will speak in the anniversary of Web 20th event in CERN. Check the webcast in lcr.fr to see Tim's answers.These questions were nominated by moderators for a speaker. If there is no questions, it will be shown soon.
Do you think that the Semantic WEB will ever ever works how it is designed in the theory? If yes, when do you think it will happens and what is still missing to reach it?
Would the web exist if you had not invent it?
If you coult travel through the time back, would you do someting differently concerning the WEB?
How did you get the idea for the world wide web?
A: Read the book, "Weaving that web". You can find the answer.
Were there any other names in your mind for this idea(WWW) ?
Have you ever regret not to own a copyright for your great invention?
How do you imagine the WWW in 20 years?
Does the fact that the information is converging into centralized repositories (i.e. Google, flickr, Facebook...) concern you? Is the semantic web supposed to solve this issue?
What web browser do you find yourself using the most? and why?
Does the open-source model produce better software?
do you think HTML/CSS/JS are a good choice for coming years?
What is your next invention in mind?
Are you sad about the fact that the "www." prefix in web addresses is less and less used?
Is Open Web Standards more important than Open Source?
Do you believe WWW contributed to our current financial demise?
The WWW is becoming increasingly dominated by commercial interests, is there a way to restore the original objective of freedom of information?
Has the World Wide Web fulfilled all of your ambitions for it?
How did the Web change our society and how will the future web technologies change our society?
How do you imagine a post-browser world?
As scientist what vision do you share concerning the Semantic Web?
Do you think that Internet will be a brain to the world?
The Web's landscape has changed rapidly, and keeping it trustworthy seems to be becoming difficult. What we can do for this?
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