Google I/O 2008: Introduction to Google DocType - an Encyclopedia of the Open Web

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Development on September 06, 2008



The open web is a beautiful soup of barely compatible clients and servers. It comprises billions of pages, millions of users, and thousands of browser-based applications. You can access the open web with open source and proprietary browsers, on open source and proprietary operating systems, on open source and proprietary hardware. Google has built its business here, on the open web, and we want to help you build here too. Find out what we're doing and how you can help.

Mark Pilgrim (Google)

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