Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Kleinrock on the first internet message 50 years ago

An interesting video interview with UCLA Prof. Leonard Kleinrock on the birth of the internet at UCLA fifty years ago is available at:
or below:

But then there is this from the current Daily Bruin:

UCLA must recognize students’ need for faster Wi-Fi connection in digital era

UCLA: the birthplace of the internet.
Too bad the university never got past the 1970s connection speed.
Students on the Hill have become numb to dial-up era connection, spotty Wi-Fi and switching between UCLA’s two main Wi-Fi networks in the hopes one might actually work...
Full story at

Which only goes to highlight Morse's question:

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