A very important read

Tim Berners-Lee is one person that I have a lot of respect for. He is the inventor of the Web we love and his views and opinions are to be respected. In 2011 he wrote a very important article that everyone should read:

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=long-live-the-web

It is so easy to take the Web for granted. But we have to remember that the road to where we are today was not easy and there continue to be a lot of threats to the Web as we know it. We must keep on fighting for an open Web, standards based Web. We can all make a difference by making the right choices.

 

Co-Founder/CEO. Been doing browser development since 1994. When I’m not testing Vivaldi browser or reading Vivaldi forums, I enjoy collecting and playing with vintage computers and arcade games. Born in Iceland, with an Icelandic mother and Norwegian father, lived in Norway for many years and currently reside in near Boston, MA.

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  1. fatal@mail.ru'

    [quote]It consisted of one Web site and one browser, which happened to be on the same computer. The simple setup demonstrated a profound concept: that any person could share information with anyone else, anywhere.[/quote] Opera Unite? 😉

  2. leushino@yahoo.com'

    As long as dictatorial countries exist (North Korea, China) this vision will remain only partially obtainable. But I subscribe wholeheartedly to the writer’s sentiments.

  3. tommi.p.schmidt@t-online.de'

    I guess you´re joking?

    The most evil in this game is by far the U.S. with their intelligence services!

    North Korea… pff :p

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