Internet Guru Google Evangelist Vint Cerf

Karlgaard, Rich
June 2011
Forbes Asia;Jun2011, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p31
An interview with Vint Cerf, chief Internet evangelist at Google Inc. is presented. When asked about his contribution in the development of Internet, he replied that he was involved in the third phase of the process working on the TCP/IP protocol. He stated that proprietary network owners were unfriendly towards the Internet developers. Additionally, he commented on the present state of the Internet and contributed its success to Tim Berners-Lee and Robert Cailliau who designed World Wide Web.


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