Kyle's successful entrepreneurial track record also includes: founding New Voice Theatre Company in NYC; founding the non-profit organization the World Wide Web Artists Consortium (http://www.
What does WWWAC stand for?
WWWAC stands for World Wide Web Artists Consortium
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
- WorldWide Writers (newsletter of the Professional Résumé Writing and Research Association)
- Wretched Writers Welcome (Bulwer-Lyton Fiction Contest)
- World Wide Web - Virtual Library
- Western Washington Whippet Association (dog owners' association)
- World Water Ways ASA (Norway)
- World Wide Web Applications (conference)
- World Wide Wrestling Alliance (est. 2004)
- Worlds Welfare Works Association (Japanese Animation Series: Dirty Pair)
- Wyoming Water Well Association
- World Wide Web Acronym and Abbreviation Server
- What Would Weird Al Do?
- When We Were Beautiful (Bon Jovi song)
- World Wide Wine Blogging Wednesday
- Waco Wild West Century (Texas bicycle ride)
- West Wallsend Workers Club
- Westchester Water Works Conference, Inc
- Western Washington Walleye Club
- Western Washington Weimaraner Club
- Wicomico Wolverines Wrestling Club
- Wonderful, Wacky, Water Critters
Samples in periodicals archive:
They include the Alliance for Downtown NY/Information Technology District, Info River Valley (Hudson Valley High Tech), Infotech Niagara (Western New York), LISTNet (Long Island Software Network), New York JavaSIG, New York New Media Association (NYNMA), The Software Executives Group of Greater Rochester, and the World Wide Web Artists Consortium (WWWAC).
29 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading Internet CEOs will describe how New York's dynamic Silicon Alley is moving from an assortment of underfunded start-ups to a viable new media capital at a panel sponsored by the World Wide Web Artists Consortium (WWWAC), Webgrrls and New York New Media Association (NYNMA) at Fall Internet World 98.