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Sir Timothy Berners-Lee
Embrace this quote from Sir Timothy Berners-Lee’s blog

When I invented the Web, I didn’t have to ask anyone’s permission. Now, hundreds of millions of people are using it freely. I am worried that that is going [to] end in the USA.

“When I invented the Web,” what a statement! And now we definitely know that in our academical papers we have to spell “Web” with an uppercase “W”. Just like we have to spell “Internet” with a capital “I”—the latter custom needed a lengthy academical discussion to come into being. There can’t be a discussion on the correct spelling of “Web” now. Why? Hell, because the creator-god wrote so. Apart from this, everyone into the net-neutrality discussion, don’t miss timbl’s comments: Neutrality of the Net and Net Neutrality: This is serious.

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