Teams vs Zoom
Fifty years ago, Leonard Kleinrock helped create the internet. In an interview via Zoom, he reflected on the experiment of a world living more and more inside the internet during lockdown, why the internet probably won’t break under the strain, and how young scholars can develop the next generation of connectedness.
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