Find out more about the challenges and opportunities the web is facing in this series of articles exploring the Anyone//Anywhere themes.
On the 30th anniversary of the birth of the web, the British Council presents a global season looking at the impact of this world-changing invention on every aspect of our lives.
Anyone//Anywhere celebrates how the web has benefited society but also raises questions about its future. The season hopes to start a debate, to showcase exciting innovations that will change our lives even further, and to explore how we can ensure the web remains open and accessible to all.
Anyone//Anywhere celebrates the 30th anniversary of the web and takes a look at its past, present and future.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the web, the British Council is supporting a range of events around the world across all our work in the arts, education and society.
How did Tim Berners-Lee’s idea, described by his boss as ‘vague but exciting’ end up transforming our lives?
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