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Keep Partying Like It's 1969!

This week we bring you Part II of our interview with Professor Kleinrock. 1969 was a big year for the US, we put a man on the moon, Woodstock, and the ARPANET was born. We speak with Professor Kleinrock about how the ARPANET was born and how it evolved into the internet, how it works, privacy, and the internet as it stands today.

We start with a reading of the original press release announcing the birth of the internet. 

The values that led to the creation of the internet included a sense that free open sharing of information with as many people as possible Last week, Aaron Swartz, one of the creators of RSS feed, founders of Reddit, and Internet Activist committed suicide. In honor of him, we read his Guerrilla Open Access Manifesto.



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