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Tim Berners Lee


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Tim Berners Lee

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Tim Berners Lee

  1. 1. Sir Tim Berners-Lee Presented by Burcu Durmuşoğlu
  2. 2. Father of the World Wide Web
  3. 3. - Tim Berners Lee is a British computer scientist. - He was born in London in 1955.
  4. 4. Berners-Lee’s Family - His parents are mathematician. - They worked on the first commercially-built computer, the Ferranti Mark. - They frequently discussed mathematics at home, and encouraged Tim’s scientific interest.
  5. 5. Education Life - Sheen Mount Primary School - London's Emanuel School - Physics department at Oxford in 1976
  6. 6. Berners-Lee’s Interest - Mathematics and electronics from early age. - As a schoolboy, he closely followed the emerging field of transistor technology and built electronic devices to control his model trains. - In his spare time, he soldered together his own computer terminal from a discarded calculator, broken television sets and a car battery.
  7. 7. He worked at - Plessey Telecommunications - D.G. Nash - Image Computer Systems - CERN
  8. 8. He created his own way started from "Isn't there a better way? Can't we just fix this problem for good?"
  9. 9. Over time it became "Can't we convert every information system so that it looks like part of some imaginary information system which everyone can read?"
  10. 10. He invented the World Wide Web in 1990.
  11. 11. According to him “The web is more a social creation than a technical one. I designed it for a social effect to help people work together. The ultimate goal of the Web is to support and improve our weblike existence in the world.”
  12. 12. Case Field of business Network Technology Organization type Non-Profit Foundation date 1990 External environmental reasons There is no such a system that can provide electronic information transfer Industry before the invention There was Internet, hypertext language, multi font text objects Innovation Creating “WWW” Social Value Accessibility information The main profession of the inventor Physic and Math The link between inventor and technology Inventor worked at CERN and his personal interests The most effective reason to invention “Why everybody can’t read information?” problematical in his mind Social Intent Major Scientific Intent Minor Economic Intent None Brief Description of Biography
  13. 13. Factors affecting the entrepreneurship process Case Cognitive factors Effective in all phases of entrepreneurship process Prior knowledge and experience Physics, Mathematics, Electronics Cognitive style Analytical Institutional environment factors Effective in at least phase of entrepreneurship process Family Encouraging Tim to interest in science Social network Work environment Family and social network Not effective in all phases of entrepreneurship Economic environment Not effective in all phases of entrepreneurship Political environment Not effective in all phases of entrepreneurship
  14. 14. Factor in opportunity exploration and exploitation phases Case Cognitive factors Prior knowledge and experience In both opportunity exploration and exploitation phase Cognitive style In both opportunity exploration and exploitation phase Institutional environment factors Family In exploration phase, indirectly effect. Family effected his personal development. Social Network In exploitation phase Social environment In exploitation phase Economic environment No affect Political environment No affect
  15. 15. References - berners-lee/ - Lee/Kids.html - Lee - er1bio-1