Vint Cerf on Al Gore's Internet Contribution

The granddaddy of the Internet clarifies a popular misconception.

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Al Gore had seen what happened with the National Interstate and Defense Highways Act of 1956, which his father introduced as a military bill. It was very powerful. Housing went up, suburban boom happened, everybody became mobile. Al was attuned to the power of networking much more than any of his elective colleagues. His initiatives led directly to the commercialization of the Internet. So he really does deserve credit.

Something tells me you won’t hear this quoted on Fox News. (Or from hardly anyone else, probably.)

Author: Andrew Hinton

I use information to architect better places for humans. More at andrewhinton.com.

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