From a hotel conference room in Palo Alto, 1973…

Just goes to show you – the early ’70s were hugely important times, building the technology foundation we can’t live without. In today’s New York Times, an interview with two giants of the Internet – Vint Cerf and Robert Kahn. 

Vint Cerf – “Everything has expanded by a factor of a million since we turned it on in 1973. The number of machines on the network, the speeds of the network, the kind of memory capacity that’s available, it’s all 10 to the sixth.”


Viewing Where the Net Goes

Cerf and Kahn invented the simple and universal conventions that control the Net – and it still works today.

Sooz and Pepper had a hand in all this.

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