Hall of Fame Highlights

The Internet Hall of Fame caught up with 2012 inductee Vint Cerf at a recent summit in Washington, D.C. that was co-hosted by the Internet Society and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. The summit, entitled...

In THEIR own WORDS

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Cerf-Baker 'Wired' Retrospective

In 2012, when Vint Cerf and Mitchell Baker were inducted into the first Internet Hall of Fame, noted technology monthly ‘Wired’ captured their contributions. This month we revisit these enlightening articles.

IN the NEWS

In an examination of the origins of the Internet and how that impacts the Internet’s long-term security, The Washington Post interviews Internet Hall of Fame inductees David Clark, Leonard Kleinrock, Steve Crocker and Vint Cerf.

Internet HISTORY Timeline

Mapping inductees’ defining moments in Internet history.

Doug Engelbart

1968

Doug Engelbart,  the inventor of the mouse, pioneered Internet technologies including hyperlinking and collaborative computing. Photo credit: SRI

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