Posts Tagged ‘W3C’

Second Smile

Good news for SMIL fans: the W3C has re-issued SMIL 2.0 as an official Recommendation. The previous version from August 2001 had a few errors (54 to be exact). Roll on SMIL 2.1!

W3C 10th Anniversary

Happy birthday to W3C

The W3C is ten years old. The Web itself is at least 15 years old. We had a big party in Boston to celebrate. Tim gave a great history lesson to explain how the whole thing started. You can see the highlights on the Web. Great to see so many familiar faces there, and everyone excited about the future of the Web. I’m in the 1st photo (too hard to see right) and in the 9th (the guy in the middle, dark shirt & tie, silver camera to my face).

It’s impossible to know where the Web will go next, but I know there are some big challenges ahead as we move from typical PC browsers [click title to read more…]