- On EME in HTML5 | W3C Blog
- On EME in HTML5 | W3C Blog
- What I wish Tim Berners-Lee understood about DRM | Technology | The Guardian
- keygen being destroyed when we need it from Tim Berners-Lee on 2015-09-01 (firstname.lastname@example.org from September 2015)
- The ability to automatically upgrade a reference to HTTPS from HTTP from Tim Berners-Lee on 2014-08-22 (email@example.com from August 2014)
- Steve Jobs and the actually usable computer - W3C Blog
TBL about Steve Jobs
- Tim Berners-Lee: demand your data from Google and Facebook | Technology | guardian.co.uk
- Re: Squaring the HTTP-range-14 circle
The web of data will succeed *because* it conflates a thing and a web page about the thing.
- Read-Write linked data - Design Issues
- No Snooping
The act of reading, like the act of writing, is a pure, fundamendal, human act. It must be available without interference or spying.
- Linked Data - The Story So Far
- Socially aware cloud storage - Design Issues
There is an architecture in which a few existing or Web protocols are gathered together with some glue to make a world wide system in which applications (desktop or Web Application) can work on top of a layer of commodity read-write storage. Crucial design issues are that principals (users) and groups are identifies by URIs, and so are global in scope, and that elements of storage are access controlled using those global identifiers. The result is that storage becomes a commodity, independent of the application running on it.
- Re: Is 303 really necessary?
- Using RDF Metadata To Enable Access Control on the Social Semantic Web
James Hollenbach, Joe Presbrey, and Tim Berners-Lee
- Fractal Web - Commentary on Web Architecture
The Scale-free nature of the Web
- Tim Berners-Lee on the next Web | Video on TED.com
- The Evolution of a specification -- Commentary on Web
- -- Axioms of Web architecture
- The original proposal of the WWW, HTMLized
- My Life With Tim (Aaron Swartz's Raw Thought)
- Sir Tim Berners-Lee addresses WWW2008 in Beijing
- SitePoint Blogs » WWW2008 Beijing: Day 1 - Linked Data on the Web (LDOW 2008) Workshop
- THE SEMANTIC WEB: AN INTERVIEW WITH TIM BERNERS-LEE - Consortiuminfo.org Consortium Standards Bulletin- June 2005
- Alternative to 303 response: Description-ID: header From: Tim Berners-Lee
I did wonder about the following: in the case when the URI is not of
document, when currently we use 303,
then the server can return a document *about* it with an extra
header to explain to the browser
that it is actually giving you a description of it not the content of
- Giant Global Graph | Decentralized Information Group (DIG) Breadcrumbs
- Abstractions in Web architecture - Design Issues
The Semantic Web's realization is: It is isn't the documents which are actually interesting, it is the things they are about!
- [Linking-open-data] Returning to backlinks
The idea is to formalize the notion “If you're interested in values of a certain
property, go look over there.”
- Rules and Formulae
- Semantic Web Tutorial Using N3
- Using labels to give semantics to tags - Design Issues
This article discusses how the user interface metaphor of a luggage label cam used to associate metadata from well-defined ontology with tags from a particular context.
I heard of one online community which was considering making a system to allow one formally to state when one has committed to use a given tag in the same way as another person, or growing mesh of people. That would be a very interesting feature, as it would allow a useful definition to gain growing acceptance, to progressively move from being a private idea to being a group global standard.
- Linked Data - Design Issues
The Semantic Web isn't just about putting data on the web. It is about making links, so that a person or machine can explore the web of data. With linked data, when you have some of it, you can find other, related, data.
Like the web of hypertext, the web of data is constructed with documents on the web. However, unlike the web of hypertext, where links are relationships anchors in hypertext documents written in HTML, for data they links between arbitrary things described by RDF,. The URIs identify any kind of object or concept. But for HTML or RDF, the same expectations apply to make the web grow:
Simple. In fact, though, a surprising amount of data isn't linked in 2006, because of problems with one or more of the steps. This article discusses solutions to these problems, details of implementation, and factors affecting choices about how you publish your data.
- Use URIs as names for things
- Use HTTP URIs so that people can look up those names.
- When someone looks up a URI, provide useful information.
- Include links to other URIs. so that they can discover more things.
- What do HTTP URIs Identify? - Design Issues
"This was a result of my being in a minority with this opinion on the Technical Architecture Group, and yet finding it the only one I could accept. This is related to TAG issue HTTPRange-14." (TBL)
- Links on the Semantic Web
- The Semantic Web Revisited
An update to the 2001 Scientific American article.
- Give yourself a URI
- Delta: an ontology for the distribution of differences between RDF graphs
- Berners-Lee - Sem Web Life Sciences - Bio-IT world
"Keep your existing systems running, adapt them"
- Consortium Standards Bulletin - THE SEMANTIC WEB: AN INTERVIEW WITH TIM BERNERS-LEE
- Science & Technology at Scientific American.com: The Semantic Web -- A new form of Web content that is meaningful to computers will unleash a revolution of new possibilities