Lecture by Internet innovators Vint Cerf and Rober|
The free community lecture "What Happens After You Invent the Internet"
is scheduled for Tuesday, June 29th at 7:30 p.m. at the American Museum of Science and Energy in Oak Ridge.
This has been scheduled twice before (September '03 and January '04), and both times, significant weather events have occurred in Washington, D.C., forcing the lecture to be cancelled. Vint Cerf, MCI Sr. VP, and Robert Kahn, President of CNRI (and inventor of the Handles system) will be the speakers. Thomas Zacharia, ORNL Associate Director for Computing and Computational Sciences, will open the event.
Information International Associates (IIa) and Friends of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (FORNL) are sponsoring the lecture.
Posted by mjb
June 10, 2004