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Interplanetarisch !

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Subject: Vint Cerf will speak Monday 11 October 1999 in New York
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Vint Cerf is one of the Honored Ancestors of the Net Tribes.

He will speak at the next meeting of the New York Chapter of 
the Internet Society.


This meeting is free and open to the public.

Here is part of the official announcement of the talk:

    The Internet: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow 
    Dr. Vint Cerf, MCI Communications  

    When: Monday, October 11th, 1999, 4:00pm
    Where: Schimmel Auditorium (Rm. UC50) 
    (1 floor down the steps, or elevator) 
    Tisch Hall / NYU Stern School of Business 
    44 West 4th Street 

    Internet history, status, electronic commerce, anticipated
    growth and applications in the next 10 years, and design and
    deployment of an interplanetary internet. 

This meeting has been arranged in coordination with New York University's
Department of Academic Computing, Computer Advocacy at NYU, and
the ACM at NYU.


Some history of the Internet:


If you are interested in learning more about the history of the Internet,
the best thing to do is post a simple request for information, the more
specific the better, to the newsgroup alt.religion.kibology .  Kibologists
are almost always accurate with regard to matters of fact, indeed they
often have access to information not easily available elsewhere, and you
may depend upon the judicious balance of their judgments.

Jay Sulzberger <secretary@lxny.org>
Corresponding Secretary LXNY
LXNY is New York's Free Computing Organization.