WEBCAST TODAY: #12Streams 4 – Dr. Larry Roberts – ‘The #ARPANET & Computer Networks’ @TheOfficialACM @ComputerHistory @Internet_HOF

livestreamToday, Saturday December 29 2018, at 7pm EST (00:00 UTC) the fourth installment of the Internet Society Livestreaming‘s  ‘12  days of Streams‘ annual highlights is a memorial and tribute to Internet Hall of Fame inductee Dr. Lawrence (Larry) Roberts, who died on December 26, aged 82. Larry Roberts was the leader of the ARPANET project that gave birth to the Internet as we know it. Today’s stream is a video that the Computer History Museum managed to archive of the 1986 ACM Conference on the History of Personal Workstations. Dr. Roberts, one of a number of distinguished speakers, givea a talk ‘The ARPANET & Computer Networks‘ in which describes the network’s origin and evolution. As an introduction, we will stream his acceptance speech at the Internet Hall of Fame.

View on Livestream: https://livestream.com/internetsociety/12days04

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