El día 10 de Agosto, hacen una entrevista a Tim Berners-Lee en BBC NEWS, y el día 30 de Agosto, le ha tocado en la CNN: Web inventor: Online life will produce more creative children (aunque no lo parezca, realmente es una entrevista a Tim Berners-Lee).
Aparte del título de la entrevista, que tiene su interés, me permito la licencia de citar un par de preguntas y respuestas:

CNN: What do you think the Internet’s biggest impact has been?
BERNERS-LEE: Connecting everyone (on the Net) to everyone (on the Net) has made the world a smaller place by breaking down geographical barriers. It has not, however, enabled everyone to work with everyone else!
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CNN: How much will the Internet change over the next 10 years?
BERNERS-LEE: We can expect some exciting changes that will enhance the Web currently familiar to us, and also some significant advancements. Today, most people who use the Internet do so from their computer, but that will change: Internet-enabled devices will grow in number and diversity, and people will come to expect connectivity and services in more and more places.
Handheld devices and mobile phones will offer easier access to the Web; this is the goal of [the World Wide Web Consortium’s] recently launched Mobile Web Initiative. [The consortium’s] Web Services will enable organizations to communicate data more efficiently and securely to their customers and suppliers. The Semantic Web will enable computers to do more useful work automatically, using the existing Web as a foundation.
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No hace falta decir, que recomiendo su lectura, je je.
Una pequeña reflexión personal: Cuando el Consorcio ha creado Mobile Web Initiative, y en esta entrevista Tim Berners-Lee destaca el papel de los pequeños dispositivos en el futuro,… es para tenerlo en cuenta 🙂

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