The Web Foundation and the Science Museum in the UK are celebrating the 30th birthday of the World Wide Web, and as you'd expect, Sir Tim Berners-Lee will be at the forefront of celerbations.
Many start-ups need to develop a website or mobile app for their business, but if you don’t have a background in app development and you are short on funds, how can you do it and where would you even start?
Web founder Sir Tim Berners-Lee is working on a new approach to data storage that puts control back in the hands of individual users and provides a foundation for new kinds of collaboration software.
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