Yesterday, the Internet Society announced this year's inductees to the Internet Hall of Fame.
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The Internet Society has announced its inaugural Internet Hall of Fame featuring web stars who've helped literally make the Internet.
Gore and 32 other Internet pioneers, innovators and global connectors were announced as part of the hall of fame's inaugural class at the Internet Society's Global INET 2012 conference in Geneva.
So it's almost inevitable that nearly 30 years after the official birthdate of the Internet, some of the net's best-known pioneers, radicals, and troublemakers are being inducted into the Internet Society's Hall of Fame.
Former Vice President Al Gore (D) is among the inaugural inductees in the Internet Hall of Fame.
The "historic assembly of Internet visionaries, innovators and leaders" inducted Monday into the Internet Hall of Fame aren't cool in the way you probably want them to be.