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Vint Cerf would fertilize his tomatoes with the WSJ's "myth" that gov didn't create the internet

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RT @cdibona: Cerf: I would happily fertilize my tomatoes with Crovitz' assertion. (that the gov had no hand in the internet) http://t.c ...— Tim O'Reilly (@timoreilly) July 25, 2012 Following an article on the The Wall Street Journal from columnist Gordon. Crovitz titled “Who Really Invented the Internet?“, “father of...
Vint Cerf would fertilize his tomatoes with the WSJ's "myth" that gov didn't create the internet

Andreessen, Cerf, Berners-Lee Share U.K. Engineering Prize

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Time for Robert Kahn, Vint Cerf, Louis Pouzin, Tim Berners-Lee, Marc Andreessen to book a trip to London to go see the Queen: The five men are sharing the first-ever Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering, honoring their contributions to the Internet and the World Wide Web. More details about the...
Andreessen, Cerf, Berners-Lee Share U.K. Engineering Prize

Networks: Meet John Klensin, Internet History's Jack of All Trades

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What did John Klensin do for the internet? A little bit of everything. In April, Klensin was inducted into the Internet Society’s (ISOC) Internet Hall of Fame, entering alongside such notable names as Vint Cerf, Bob Kahn, and Larry Roberts. But unlike many of the other inductees, Klensin isn’t...
Networks: Meet John Klensin, Internet History's Jack of All Trades

Celebrating Alan Turing's genius

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Vint Cerf on the 100th anniversary of the computing icon's birth...
Celebrating Alan Turing's genius

8 Visionaries on How They Spot the Future

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Spotting the future is an art. We asked eight of our favorite visionaries for their techniques.Click the names in the boxes below to see how they do it. Paul SaffoA longtime technology forecaster, Saffo is a managing director at the Silicon Valley investment research firm Discern. Formerly the director...
8 Visionaries on How They Spot the Future

Free And Open? World Governments Discuss The Internet In Secret

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In the desert oasis of Dubai, Internet change is brewing. In a hush-hush closed-door meeting, government representatives from around the world have gathered this week to decide the future of the Internet. The freedom of the Internet.   The International Telecommunication Union for the World Conference on International Telecommunications is a 12-day...
Free And Open? World Governments Discuss The Internet In Secret

Glooko Raises $3.5M for Diabetes Logs

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Mobile diabetes-management company Glooko has raised $3.5 million more in a Series A round from its impressive list of investors, which include Chamath Palihapitiya’s Social+Capital Partnership, Bill Campbell, Vint Cerf, Judy Estrin and Andy Hertzfeld. The Palo Alto, Calif., company sells a $39.95 cord that connects to blood glucose meters...
Glooko Raises $3.5M for Diabetes Logs

Google's Vint Cerf explains how to make SDN as successful as the internet

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Vint Cerf, VP and chief internet evangelist at Google has a few regrets about the original design of the internet, but he’s hoping software defined networking may help right those wrongs. Cerf spoke at the Open Networking Summit Tuesday in Santa Clara, Calif., where he juxtaposed the creation of the internet...
Google's Vint Cerf explains how to make SDN as successful as the internet

The battle for control of the internet is being waged in Dubai

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The International Telecommunication Union (ITU), an agency of the United Nations, is meeting today in Dubai to plan the future of the internet. The World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) will take place from now until the 14th, and it will have serious implications for the entire internet. Russia has...
The battle for control of the internet is being waged in Dubai

Google's Vint Cerf on Private Clouds v. Public Clouds

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The debate about private clouds continue as the traditional heavyweight enterprise software providers make their big and glossy pitches for their vision of a private cloud. So, it may come from Google, but still, it is refreshing to hear the intellectual tone that a scholar like Vint Cerf provides. Cerf...
Google's Vint Cerf on Private Clouds v. Public Clouds
Vint Cerf invented the Internet, and now he's trying to save it

U.N. takeover of the Internet must be stopped, U.S. warned

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A U.N. summit later this year in Dubai could lead to a new international regime of censorship, taxes, and surveillance, warn Democrats, Republicans, the Internet Society, and father of the Internet Vint Cerf. [Read more]...
U.N. takeover of the Internet must be stopped, U.S. warned

Two Googlers elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

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On Tuesday, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences announced its list of 2013 elected members. We’re proud to congratulate Peter Norvig, director of research, and Arun Majumdar, vice president for energy; two Googlers who are among the new members elected this year. Membership in the American Academy of Arts...
Two Googlers elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Google's chief internet evangelist Vint Cerf talks interplanetary internet protocols

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Wired has published an interesting interview with Vint Cerf, “Father of the Internet” and Google’s chief internet evangelist. The interview focuses on Vint’s work with NASA to develop protocols for the “interplanetary internet”: Working with NASA and JPL, Cerf has helped develop a new set of protocols that can...
Google's chief internet evangelist Vint Cerf talks interplanetary internet protocols
Berners-Lee: World Finally Realizes Web Belongs To No One
SparkLabs sets out to ignite flame of Korean startup community

World IPv6 Launch Day Is Key for the Internet of Things

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With today’s celebration of World IPv6 Launch 2012, the Internet is doing something new: growing. And that growth comes none too soon as the rise of the Internet of Things places unprecedented new demands on worldwide Internet infrastructure. Google, Yahoo and Facebook are amongst the leaders in the growing...
World IPv6 Launch Day Is Key for the Internet of Things

Backed by ex-Facebook and Apple execs, mobile health app maker Glooko lands in Europe

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M-health startup Glooko is today launching two products in the European Union and North America to assist diabetes patients in keeping track of their blood glucose readings by utilizing apps on their iPhone or iPod touch devices. The company is today upgrading its mobile logbook solution with ‘Logbook Charts’ in...
Backed by ex-Facebook and Apple execs, mobile health app maker Glooko lands in Europe
Vint Cerf: Internet competition has "evaporated" since dial-up

Vint Cerf attacks European internet policy

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Vint Cerf, one of the founders of the modern web, has condemned a central plank of European proposals to regulate the internet as impractical to enforce and 'terrifying' in prospect....
Vint Cerf attacks European internet policy

Why Does the Net Still Work on Christmas? Paul Mockapetris

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Paul Mockapetris, the father of the internet’s Domain Naming System. Image: Paul Mockapetris In 1983, you could ask for your own internet address. But not after 6 p.m. California time. Or over the Christmas holiday. When the internet was still the ARPAnet — the government-funded network that connected various research...
Why Does the Net Still Work on Christmas? Paul Mockapetris

Work on Causality Causes Judea Pearl to Win Prize

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Humans have always made inferences about causes and effects, sometimes based on scanty information. Many machines do now, too, and Judea Pearl is frequently cited as a cause. Association of Computing Machinery Judia Pearl The computer scientist on Thursday is being named as the latest recipient of the high-prestige Turing...
Work on Causality Causes Judea Pearl to Win Prize

Soaring into the cloud

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Nearly 400 IT executives joined us last week for a discussion on the future of enterprise IT at Atmosphere, our first cloud computing summit at the Googleplex. It was an exciting day of conversation and debate about the power of the cloud. If you’re interested in seeing it for yourself,...
Soaring into the cloud

No credit for Uncle Sam in creating Net? Vint Cerf disagrees

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A legendary figure in the invention of the Internet weighs into a new debate about the U.S. government's role during that heady era. [Read more]...
No credit for Uncle Sam in creating Net? Vint Cerf disagrees

Vint Cerf: Social conventions have not kept up with technology

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Speaking of Glass, Google's chief Internet evangelist predicted, "It may be we will have to experience some damage before we discover what the social conventions are." [Read more]...
Vint Cerf: Social conventions have not kept up with technology

Mozilla Helped To Stop SOPA In January, Now It's Worried About WCIT

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Mike wrote how both Vint Cerf and Sir Tim Berners-Lee were concerned about the outcome of the WCIT talks currently taking place in Dubai. Those aren't the only important voices being raised. Here, for example, is the Mozilla Foundation, the organization behind the Firefox browser and many other free software...
Mozilla Helped To Stop SOPA In January, Now It's Worried About WCIT

Vint Cerf: Google services need a degree of anonymity, and they deliver it

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Google has drawn flak for wanting much of our access to its services linked under a single Google+ identity -- and preferably a real one. However, company internet evangelist Vint Cerf argues that Google shouldn't (and doesn't) cross a line in the sand on user anonymity. He contends in...
Vint Cerf: Google services need a degree of anonymity, and they deliver it

Here's The Proposal The FCC Says Doesn't Exist To Move Network Diagnostics To Proprietary Servers

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We recently wrote about some concerns by Vint Cerf and others that the FCC was considering a proposal to move some of their network diagnostics efforts -- which are a really good thing -- from the open M-Labs solution to proprietary servers run by the telcos. As we noted, the...
Here's The Proposal The FCC Says Doesn't Exist To Move Network Diagnostics To Proprietary Servers

UN: We Don't Want To Take Over The Internet... Just Fundamentally Change How It Works

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We've been covering how there are a number of troubling proposals before the UN's ITU (International Telecom Union), which has been trying to use its role as the global regulator of international telecom issues to insert itself into how the internet should work. So far, the leaks from the secretive...
UN: We Don't Want To Take Over The Internet... Just Fundamentally Change How It Works

When WSJ Flunks Internet History, Blogs Step In To Educate

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We hear over and over again from traditional reporters how we need to "protect" newspapers and how, as newspapers fail, no one can step in and replace them -- especially not "new media" like blogs. In fact, we're told how newspapers are "trustworthy," but blogs are "amateurish" and prone to...
When WSJ Flunks Internet History, Blogs Step In To Educate
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