Hall of Fame Highlights

The development of the world’s first search engine was not spurred by a natural disaster or an epic journey.  Just an “aha” moment for a graduate student. While attending graduate school at Montreal’s McGill University in the late 1980s, Alan Emtage...

In THEIR own WORDS

Craig Partridge: Internet Restriction is Never the Answer

One of the key developers of the modern Internet’s communications infrastructure says the online universe’s broad reach is not the cause for all of its problems. A three-time graduate of Harvard University, Craig Partridge designed how email is rout

IN the NEWS

Originally hoped to facilitate the free flow of information, the Internet has fallen short of that lofty goal according to a recent column. 

Internet HISTORY Timeline

Mapping inductees’ defining moments in Internet history.

headshots of Steve Crocker and Leonard Kleinrock 

1968

Fifty years ago, Steve Crocker developed ARPAnet host-level protocols working with Leonard Kleinrock at UCLA.  

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