Web We Want
Time Out says
The web turned 25 last year, and my, hasn't it made its mark? This festival is part of a global campaign for a free, open and universal web, and the discussions and activities will reflect its aims. The long weekend of talks, workshops, performances and installations is the last of three parts, and the programme includes many free activities. Highlights from the line-up include Sir Tim Berners-Lee discussing a Magna Carta for the web (May 30), Julian Assange in conversation with Baroness Beeban Kidron OBE (May 29), immersive audiovisual screenings by Bleep 43 (May 28), a Centre for Computing History in the Royal Festival Hall foyers and a Minecraft version of the buildings which individuals from all over the world can help to build remotely.
Check the Web We Want website for full details of the line-up.