This is the part of my brain that I'm happy to share with the world. It is designed to save me the trouble of answering questions individually to lots of people; that is, to increase the efficiency of working in groups.
Architecture Domain Lead
+1 512 310-2971
(call or send email to get my fax number)
2302 Alimony Cove
Austin, TX 78727-3149
Feel free to contact me in regard to the above W3C Activities, and in response to postings to various internet forums.
If you're thinking of asking me a question by mail or phone, consider that most of what I know and what I find interesting is available by browsing around here. Unless you've got reason to believe that I'm the only one who has the answer, please try the web info here at W3C, or the search services, newsgroups, or mailing lists first. Well-researched questions are welcome, but if you just send me mail without doing your homework first, I'll probably just send you my clue.txt file.
Spam is not tolerated. That includes phone solicitations during business hours.
If you plan to visit, I suggest you consult MapQuest for map and directions. (I wish I could just link to a relavent map, but I can't seem to figure out how to do that.)
In former lives, you might have known me as email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com.
Sometimes I make reference to some tool, project, or technology in a mail message or article, without citing a source (shame on me!). You can probably find the same way I did: in an automated search service or edited collection.
If things are working just right (which they often are not) you can check Dan's office cam to see if I'm in.
Highlights of events, publications, code, etc., roughly in newest-first order
My calendar of events includes trip reports from past events, plus info about future interesting events. If you need a short bio for a conference program, see: my entry in the "W3C People"
I keep some support info on the code above. My WWW Research Notebook has been almost completely merged into the W3C web in general.
I have participated in several working groups of the Internet Engineering Task Force, especially HTML, URI, and HTTP.
You may use my PGP key to check digital signatures that I've made, provided you know anybody that's signed it! (This is my new 1024 bit key. I'll sign it with my old 512 bit key from HaL when I get a chance.)
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The original vision of the World Wide Web carried a deep social agenda of empowering individuals, increasing society's efficiencies, and exploiting computer power in everyday lives, the creator of the Web told the Sixth International World Wide Web conference today. Berners-Lee: Consider the people
By Tim Clark
April 11, 1997
Santa Clara, California