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Bob Taylor was the first project manager and person most responsible for the creation of the first national network -- the ARPAnet -- which is universally regarded as the precursor to today's Internet. John Markoff, technology writer for The New York Times, talks with alumnus Taylor about computing, the Internet and its impact on communications and our society.
The 1910 Society Lecture Series kicks off the Graduate School's 100-year celebration and is co-sponsored by the Dell Distinguished Lecture Series and the Department of Computer Science.