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Internet Inventor Tim Berners-Lee In Wellington | Scoop Video Public Lecture + Press Conference

Scoop Multimedia Coverage: Inventor of the Internet Tim Berners Lee In Wellington


Public Lecture on "Openness" delivered at Te Papa Museum


Scoop Video + Photos: Public Lecture + Press conference video for event Thursday, 30 Jan 2012


By Alastair Thompson



Tim Berners-Lee in Wellington last night. See more images below

Raw HD Footage of the evening's proceedings.
Copyright Notice: All the event footage is available for re-use and editing under the standard Youtube creative commons licence. (cc) Scoop Media NZ, 2013. Please notify us of any reuse via our email address editor@scoop.co.nz and inquire for license variations to liecensing@scoop.co.nz.


Tim Berners-Lee Downunder (NZ) Public Lecture - Introductions Pia Waugh and Frank March

Tim Berners-Lee Public Lecture - "Openness On The Internet" - Wellington 30 January 2013 (part 2)

Tim Berners-Lee Downunder (NZ) Press Conference - "Openness" - Wellington 30 January 2013 (part 1)

Tim Berners-Lee Press Conference - "Openness" - Wellington 30 January 2013 (part 2)

InternetNZ's Susan Chalmers (Policy Lead) Interview - Tim Berners-Lee Downunder Tour Jan. 2013

CONTENT SUMMARY:
(to come: In the meantime Lance Wiggs has blogged here:
Tim Berners-Lee speaks: what can we do in NZ?


Posted on January 30, 2013by Lance Wiggs
Tim Berners-Lee presented this evening in Wellington to an InternetNZ sponsored event, supported (and thank-you) by the Department of Internal Affairs (the NZ Government CIO), Chorus, Catalyst IT and Google.
Sir Tim made the point that just as the US government reaches beyond their borders, so too can we, and we can lobby offshore, change laws here to show and spread the benchmark.
His key points, as I saw them, and suggestions from me for NZ action."

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You can read more about the Tim Berners-Lee Downunder Tour at their blog http://tbldownunder.org/


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Tim Berners Lee Downunder - Wellington 30 January 2013 (Creative Commons License)

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