Midwest Web Sense
Midwest Web Sense is a Web Architecture consulting company delivering technology that inspires in individual, group or corporate environments.
Founder Dan Connolly began collaborating across the Internet with Tim Berners-Lee on the World Wide Web project in the early 1990s, and has worked tirelessly to preserve HTML as an open standard for the Web. He is a research scientist in the Decentralized Information Group (DIG) at MIT and holds master certification from his peers in the free software development community. He played leading roles in the development of URIs, HTTP, XML, and the Semantic Web and currently serves on the W3C Technical Architecture Group (TAG).
My family is here in KC but my work is at MIT and Silicon Valley and Vancouver and Edinburgh and Beijing... mostly over the Internet, supplemented by travel schedule of about one trip a month. After working remotely for 10 years, I'm interested to mix in a little more local collaboration.From KC to MIT and back again, Jan 2008