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Short for World Wide Web Consortium, an international consortium of companies involved with the Internet and the Web. The W3C was founded in 1994 by Tim Berners-Lee, the original architect of the World Wide Web. The organization's purpose is to develop open standards so that the Web evolves in a single direction rather than being splintered among competing factions. The W3C is the chief standards body for HTTP and HTML.



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  Audio, Video, and Synchronized Multimedia
The World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) home page for its multimedia efforts. It includes links to the SMIL specification, press releases, and discussion forums. Updated on Aug 1, 1998

  W3C - The World Wide Web Consortium
Home page for W3C. Contains information regarding the organization and its activities. Additionally, there are links to technical reports and publications, sample code, user interface items, and interest groups. Updated on Jul 21, 1998

  W3C addressing page
W3C's overview page on URL addressing. It contains links to news and events, NCSA's URL guide, a glossary of terms, information on addressing schemes, URL documents, specifications, drafts, and reports. Updated on Jan 10, 1998

  W3C FAQ
Contains frequently asked questions about the W3C. Updated on May 9, 1998

  W3C Technical Reports
A list of all the current and future specifications of the W3C, including style sheets, CSS1 and CSS2.

  Yahoo!'s World Wide Web Consortium page
Yahoo!'s directory of the World Wide Web Consortium. Updated on Aug 4, 1998

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