On October 29 of that year, for perhaps the first time, a message was sent over the network that would eventually become the Web. Leonard Kleinrock, a professor of computer science at the University of California-Los Angeles, connected the school's host computer to one at Stanford Research Institute, a former arm of Stanford University.
Forty years ago today, the Internet uttered its first word.
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This is pretty cool because we read about him in school and studied it. The nerd in me thinks this is a really important day in our history.