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2013 Internet Hall of Fame Inductee Interviews: Raúl Echeberría

presented by Raúl Echeberría

The Internet by itself is not valu­able for any­body. The Internet is valu­able if it impacts in the life of the peo­ple. So this is what we have to work on every day.

Scratching the Surface #153: Denise Gonzales Crisp

presented by Denise Gonzales Crisp, Jarrett Fuller

It has devel­op­men­tal­ly tak­en me a long time to real­ize I real­ly need peo­ple. So you know, it goes from that kind of like I’m going to be the hero­ic artist in my ate­lier,” to you know, Let’s get togeth­er and make s’mores and drink whisky and make design.”

The End of the Virtual: Digital Methods

presented by Richard Rogers

What I’m going to do today is sit­u­ate dig­i­tal meth­ods as an approach, as an out­look, in the his­to­ry of Internet-related research. I’d like to divide up the his­to­ry of Internet research large­ly into three eras, the first being where we thought of the Web as a kind of cyberspace.

2013 Internet Hall of Fame Inductee Interviews: Kanchana Kanchanasut

presented by Kanchana Kanchanasut

I think my role for the Internet was that I was lucky to be part of the peo­ple who spread the Internet through Southeast Asia. I brought the Internet to Thailand.

Silencing the Silence
The Vicious Cycle of Censorship and Surveillance

presented by Berhan Taye

Where I come from and where the rest of the world is, the issue’s not intel­li­gence agen­cies hav­ing back­door access to our data. Yes, they do have back­door access to our data, but they also have front door access to our data.

2013 Internet Hall of Fame Inductee Interviews: Ram Mohan

presented by Ram Mohan

keep­ing cohe­sion at the core of the Internet is an impor­tant thing. I’m not wor­ried that that’s going to go away. But you have to con­tin­u­al­ly pay atten­tion to it. Because that func­tion of con­verg­ing, at the core is a crit­i­cal one. When you do that well, what it allows is at the edges of the Internet it allows for things to hap­pen. For inno­va­tion, for ideas to happen.

2013 Internet Hall of Fame Inductee Interviews: Kees Neggers

presented by Kees Neggers

It’s obvi­ous that the Internet is a tremen­dous suc­cess, and the world is not pre­pared to live with­out it any­more. At the same time, it has nev­er been designed to pro­vide the ser­vices it is assumed to do today.

2013 Internet Hall of Fame Inductee Interviews: Henning Schulzrinne

presented by Henning Schulzrinne

We’ve designed sys­tems not real­ly well antic­i­pat­ing the kind of users that would real­ly use them, think­ing that they would—or maybe not even thinking—that they would be used in the same way that they were in the 1980s and 1990s. 

2013 Internet Hall of Fame Inductee Interviews: James Galvin

presented by James Galvin

The great­est threat to the secu­ri­ty and sta­bil­i­ty of our Internet today is dis­trib­uted attacks, dis­trib­uted denial of ser­vice attacks in par­tic­u­lar. The Internet was built on a foun­da­tion of it works because every­body because coop­er­ates and we all agree. And that was a great envi­ron­ment when you pret­ty much could name every­body who was on the Internet, or you you got to where you could name all the sites and you know, you could name all the organizations.

2013 Internet Hall of Fame Inductee Interviews: Ralph Droms

presented by Ralph Droms

We’re at a time of huge expan­sion of the Internet out­side of the kinds of Internet con­nec­tions and devices that we’re famil­iar with. We’ve seen some of that over the past few years as we’ve moved from lap­tops, desk­top com­put­ers, to smart­phones and tablets and we’ve seen a big increase. Right now instead of a tablet and a lap­top at home, you’ve got a tablet, two iPhones, and a desk­top computer. 

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