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Subject: Re: [cti] Inviting nominations for Chair of Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) TC,

I think Rich was at the same hotel in 1973 where Vint Cerf first sketched
the Internet Gateway Architecture extending Bob Kahn¹s NCP concept on the
back of an envelope.  Rich was at the same conference presenting his
revolutionary concept for a protocol call Kermit (coinciding nicely with
the introduction of the V.22/Bell 212 modem....  (picture of the prototype

With well deserved confidence, rumor has it Rich allegedly told Vint "it
[the Internet] would never fly". Rich cited how he can now play Adventure
on his university's $10M DecSystem-10 remotely from home.   To which Ken
Olsen blurted out (much to loudly), ³There is no reason anyone would want
a computer in their home!!!².  Everyone was so busy ribbing Ken, no one
even noticed Al Gore as he cleaned their table (working as a waiter in the
hotel bar) and deftly pocketed the envelope with Vint¹s drawing.

Patrick Maroney
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On 6/11/15, 3:24 PM, "Tony Rutkowski" <tony@yaanatech.com> wrote:

>Don't know about the various ages here, but
>historically, one could point out that what is
>occurring here is similar to when Vint started
>evolving tcp/ip protocols in the IETF - where
>you have a visionary USG program head
>shepherding the evolution of the platform
>he helped create and champion.

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