W3C Makes Web a Friendlier Place
Photo: Photo: Jason Dorfman, CSAIL photographer
9 August 2008
On July 29th, the World Wide Web Consortium took another step towards making internet access easier on mobile devices. The W3C, which is housed in CSAIL’s Stata Center, is attempting to streamline the process of remote Web access by standardizing mobile markup languages. W3C functions as a partnership between CSAIL, the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics in France, and Japan’s Keio University. To learn more about this latest effort, click here.