This OneWebDay celebration is something worth being part of because it's a small part of the history of the web. I hope this event happens every year, as the organisers plan.
This event is outlined in OneWebDay, and bloggers are being encouraged to talk about this in their posts.
In the BBC article it says
'Susan Crawford, the founder of OneWebDay, said she wanted people to reflect on how the web had changed their lives. '
'The organisers are also encouraging people to post entries to their blogs on Friday which reflect on how the web has changed their lives. '
'This is the first OneWebDay, and the organisers plan for it to become an annual event. '
I am a Researcher in the final year of my PhD. I specialise in applying Semantic Web techniques. My current research is on a technique of ‘User Driven Modelling/Programming’. My intention is to enable non-programmers to create software from a user interface that allows them to model a particular problem or scenario. This involves a user entering information visually in the form of a tree diagram. I am attempting to develop ways of automatically translating this information into program code in a variety of computer languages. This is very important and useful for many employees that have insufficient time to learn programming languages. I am looking to research visualisation, and visualisation techniques to create a human computer interface that allows non experts to create software.
I am a member of the Institute for End User Computing - http://www.ieuc.org/home.html.
My Home Page is http://www.cems.uwe.ac.uk/~phale/.