WWW turns 30

Here’s Tim Berners-Lee letter reflecting on what next:


Sent on the move.

> On 12 Mar 2019, at 10:06, Grace Bomu <> wrote:
> Congratulations WWW!
> Curious to see how the next phase and the contract for the web will shape up.
> Cheers,
>> On Mon, 11 Mar 2019 at 16:35, Nanjira Sambuli via kictanet <> wrote:
>> Hi listers,
>> Tomorrow, March 12 marks the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web!
>> My colleagues (at the Web Foundation) have been recreating a timeline of the web in the 30 years, and would be awesome to have contributions from this our ecosystem, via #web30, #ForTheWeb. See for more info on how to participate.
>> Past the celebrations, though, lies a steep task ahead to keep it open and for everyone! Check out the contract for the web, and each ‘estate’ to step up to its role. See:
>> Regards,
>> Nanjira
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