Tuesday 30th April, 2013
1:30pm to 2:10pm
While some web protocols and standards make the world wide web possible, other web and data standards are seen my innovators and hackers as the unrealistic expectations of a committee. History shows that effective standards arise from cooperative organizations, general grassroots hacker adoption, and large companies aiming to acquire market share for a technology. Where have web standards outpaced the market's willingness to adopt universal methods, and where is there true demand for the coordination of new web standards?
Cofounder: #indieweb #barcamp @IndieWebCamp @microformats. Working @Mozilla: @CSSWG @W3CAB. Making: @Falcon @CASSISjs. #fightfortheusers & aspiring runner.
Intersection of Philosophy, Technology, and Entrepreneurship. Founder of dataweek.co, e-CEO techweek.com. Cycler, Jujutsu-ist, occasional #haberdasher. bio from Twitter
Renaissance man, and yeah, I mean that in the rhetoric, music, and dance way. Currently camping; formerly at Internet Archive, blekko, PathScale bio from Twitter
Product Happy Technologist, Big Data Enthusiast, Entrepreneur & Good Sharer (Napster, SNOCAP, LinkedIn, SeatMe, Common Crawl) bio from Twitter
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