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Sky News Interview for the Webs 20th Anniversary

John Domingue, Wednesday 10 August 2011 | Annotate
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On August the 6th the Web became 20 years old and in that time has come a long way from allowing physicists managing documents at CERN to now providing a platform for business, media and an ever-growing amount of human social activity. The event has been marked by a number of stories in the news and one recently appeared in the online edition of Sky News featuring an interview with KMi's John Domingue. The article first gives a short history of the Web before including quotes from John on the fact that mobile devices will soon come to be the dominant Web access device and that privacy is currently an unsolved problem. Whatever happens you can be sure that the next 20 years will be even more exciting that the first 20.

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