I don’t think any introduction required for Sir. But something I would love to say about Sir.

I am inspired by Sir Tim’s generosity. When I started reading about Sir Tim’s, History of Web from I noticed two lines, As the web began to grow, Tim realised that its true potential would only be unleashed if anyone, anywhere could use it without paying a fee or having to ask for permission.

I started reading a bit more about Sir Tim and visiting and Open Data Institute and watching YouTube videos and decided to buy a valuable book too.

The lessons I’m gonna share from valuable source too. TED blog. We all knew very well that, how TED Talks impacts us in our life. Over the last just 4 years, I have been watching TED Talks quite seriously. I started understanding how every speaker delivers his/her own way of narrating their “art of story telling” and giving a “purposeful talk”.

Here, some lessons from Berners-Lee and his twenty-something baby, the World Wide Web.

1. Harness Your Own Frustration.

2. Involve Others Early.

3. Don’t Stop.

I would sincerely encourage you all to read the full post by clicking the source link down below.


With respect.

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