Hall of Fame Highlights

In our modern, fast-paced world of e-commerce, smartphones and social media, it’s hard to imagine – or remember – life without the Internet. In reality, it took half a century of hard work and innovation to bring the Internet about, with contribution...

In THEIR own WORDS

The Economist [Radio] Asks Tim Berners-Lee: Can the Open Web Survive?

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In a recent radio interview, The Economist Deputy Editor Tom Standage asks Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, to discuss the future of the Internet.

IN the NEWS

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Vint Cerf has been raising the alarm on a coming ‘digital dark ages’ for a while, and he now tells Wired in a recent

Internet HISTORY Timeline

Mapping inductees’ defining moments in Internet history.

Photograph of Charles Herzfeld

1966

50 years ago this year, Charles Herzfeld approved funding for a computer networking experiment that would become the ARPAnet.

  

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