William Duyck

My name is William Duyck, however the vast majority of internet folk know me as FuzzyFox. I am a Mozillian from the United Kingdom who has been helping out since 2005!

Means to an end

University of Kent at Sunset

That for me, is what university has always been about. The end hasn’t changed too much either if I’m honest with myself, though I have doubted the means a few times.

A short blog post about why I will be returning to university in autumn, and why I very nearly wasn’t going to.

Happy 25th Birthday, World Wide Web!

The web has become an integral part of all our lives, shaping how we learn, how we connect and how we communicate. Looking ahead, the web is faced with new opportunities and new challenges. As we celebrate its 25th birthday, let’s all take a moment to imagine the future of the open web.

Say a HUGE happy birthday to the web, and do a little remixing at the same time. mzl.la/webwewantremix


Open Education and the Open Web – Day 2

Today is day 2 of the open education week, and an interested question has been asked.

Questions: What do you see as the link between Open Education and the Open Web? Does the former depend on the latter?

I took the time to answer this over on my Year In Industry blog, so go and take a nose… OR join the discussion over on Google +.

The tl;dr for me is that an Open Education does not require the use of the Open Web. But it helps.