Students and teachers are but one group who serf the web to find information and provide an author with feed back on the value of information they have found. Evidence of finding reliable and useful information may be found in guestbook entries, testimonial letters contained on a web site, citations and awards received.
Some examples are contained below. All links open offsite, with no return to this page.
Bernie Howe has created an outstanding resource in his Poetry From The Heart web site. Since its inception a few years ago, students and teachers have extolled his virtues through guest book signings and heart felt praise.
CPSnet Web Awards, developed by Carlos Paula Simões, is one the worlds most recognized award programs. In addition to recognition is also honor among many international organizations. His work is both steady and true, helping virtually all who would but ask for help, perfection of online tutorials and being a true gentleman.
Citations, Publications, References
Dave Raggett works for W3C on assignment from Canon. He has been a member of the W3C team since 1995, and was involved from the very early days with the development of HTML as well as setting up
the IETF HTTP working group and helping to initiate work on VRML, MathML and XForms. He has authored several books on HTML for Addison Wesley, Wrox Press and Prentice-Hall, and is widely known for
HTML Tidy, a tool for fixing up HTML, and EzMath, a natural language notation for mathematics. Dave is currently focusing on expanding the Web to include voice interaction, as W3C's activity lead for
voice and multimodal. He was educated in England and obtained his doctorate from the University of Oxford. For more information see Dave's home
The W3C Team includes 68 people working from locations across the globe. W3C is hosted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Laboratory for Computer Science [MIT/CSAIL] in the United States, at the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics [ERCIM] in Sophia-Antipolis in France, and at the Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus in Japan. With a truly international flavor, the Team includes engineers from more than 10 different countries.
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