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Internet Hall of Fame Announces 2013 Inductees

Influential engineers, activists, and entrepreneurs changed history through vision and determination

Ceremony to be Held 3 August in Berlin, Germany

 

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Brewster Kahle: Preserving All the World's Knowlege

March 20, 2013

Tour 2012 Internet Hall of Fame inductee Brewster Kahle’s Internet Archive near San Francisco, and be sure not to miss the “terra cotta archivists” in their pews! Kahle, with this “Library of Alexandria 2.0,” is not just digitizing every book ever published: His goal is to preserve all the world’s knowledge.

Internet Hall of Fame Announces 2013 Advisory Board

Distinguished International Panel of Internet Leaders Join 2013 Internet Hall of Fame Advisory Board

Internet Hall of Fame recognizes outstanding achievements in the development and advancement of the global Internet


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Wired 2012 Editorial Series Results in 31 Inductee Interviews

February 20, 2013

In April 2012, shortly after the inaugural induction of over 30 Internet luminaries into of the Internet Hall of Fame, Wired launched a special editorial series to cover the event. The result: A collection of 31 exclusive interviews that capture each inductee’s historic contribution to the Internet. The 2012 interview collection can be found in its entirety on our blog.

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Nancy Hafkin: Education Alone Won't Close Knowledge Gender Divide

February 15, 2013

The final part in a three-part guest blog series submitted by Internet Hall of Fame inductee Nancy Hafkin explores the anticipated expansion of the study she recently conducted with Sophia Huyer, executive director of Women in Global Science and Technology (WISAT). "Gender in the Knowledge Society Framework" finds that multiple factors must be addressed before women achieve parity in the science and technology fields.

Nancy Hafkin: Solving the Knowledge Gender Divide

The final part in a three-part guest blog series submitted by Internet Hall of Fame inductee Nancy Hafkin explores the anticipated expansion of the study she recently conducted with Sophia Huyer, executive director of Women in Global Science and Technology (WISAT). Gender in the Knowledge Society Framework finds that multiple factors must be addressed before women achieve parity in the science and technology fields.