Advice of the Day: Internet

If you don’t know where your kids are in the house, turn off the internet and watch them magically appear.

The internet was not invented by one person, but rather it was the work of many people and organizations over many decades. The concept of packet switching, which is a fundamental technology that makes the internet possible, was first proposed by Paul Baran in the 1960s. Other key contributions were made by Vint Cerf and Bob Kahn, who developed the TCP/IP protocol, which is the foundation of the internet’s infrastructure. Additionally, many other individuals and organizations played important roles in the development and advancement of the internet.

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