Facebook is bad for the web, argues one man who should really know: Tim Berners-Lee, who invented it. Meanwhile Verizon's arguing that the FCC and the law are bad for the future of cell phones and mobile Internet. Is our booming web world its own undoing?
You know Tim Berners-Lee as the inventor of the World Wide Web. CERN is the birthplace. So, how did Tim look up to at CERN? Ben Segal. Here Ben gives us some stories about CERN history and about Tim Berners-Lee.
Tim Berners-Lee, the British MIT engineer who first proposed and later implemented the World Wide Web as we know it, has joined Twitter. And he is not impressed. "Oops confusing user interfxce [sic]" he wrote in his first tweet.