|Answer:||I first started hearing about computers being networked from Larry Roberts when he was still at Lincoln Lab I think. I met him in the early '63 period...|
|Keywords:||Internet, ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency NETwork), Larry Roberts, Lincon Labs, MIT, ARPA, timesharing, Licklieder, Ivan Sutherland, Bob Taylor, University of Michigan, sharing computational resources, NIC (network Improvement Community), RFC (Request For Comment), email, TELNET,|
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|Recorded:||Session 1. 7/25/2000. Interviewed at Dr. Engelbarts residence in Atherton, California, early morning by Frode Hegland @.|