Hall of Fame Highlights

The development of the world’s first search engine was not spurred by a natural disaster or an epic journey.  Just an “aha” moment for a graduate student. While attending graduate school at Montreal’s McGill University in the late 1980s, Alan Emtage...

In THEIR own WORDS

Mike Jensen: At the Forefront of Next Gen Internet Connectivity

When he’s not on the road, Mike Jensen spends much of his time in the Atlantic rainforest of Brazil.

IN the NEWS

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The developer of the Internet’s first widely used search engine says he sees the Internet’s rapid development as a mixed bag. 

Internet HISTORY Timeline

Mapping inductees’ defining moments in Internet history.

headshots of Steve Crocker and Leonard Kleinrock 

1968

Fifty years ago, Steve Crocker developed ARPAnet host-level protocols working with Leonard Kleinrock at UCLA.  

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