Tuesday, August 09, 2005

The internet - "a substrate for humanity"

In an attempt to redeem some professional (AB) crrrrrredibility here is something interesting for you:
Sir Tim Berners-Lee created the first website in 1991. Tonight he is talking about blogging and creativity on the internet on Newsnight. It looks good!

And a question: Martin wonders whether in Newcastle they have Why-Aye Pods? He is allowed to ask this because he is Welsh.

2 Comments:

Blogger Mary Plain said...

I missed this in the end- got distracted by an invitation to the pub. Was it good?

5:15 PM  
Blogger Simply Clare said...

Good choice! The televised interview was only five minutes and centred around TBL's feelings about his role in encouraging online pornography (Great angle Mark Lawson - not!)TBL was, unsurprisingly, not drawn on or impressed by this approach.

You can see it by going to the link in my post. However, the transcript of the interview published on the site is more interesting. Apparently the full interview will be televised at some future point on BBC4. I will try and find out when.

7:06 AM  

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