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A father knows best: Vint Cerf re-thinks the Internet


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Posted 11 February 2011 - 02:12 PM

To most, a wine cellar is just a cool place to keep some vintage vino. For Vint Cerf, the revered former Stanford engineering professor and graduate of the university, it is a portal into the future. His wine cellar is networked. Cerf can monitor and control the temperature, humidity and other important information from his smartphone.

Welcome to the "Internet of things," a much-discussed vision of a tomorrow in which virtually every electronic device ovens, stereos, toasters, wine cellars will be networked.

Cerf, who is now vice president and chief Internet evangelist at Google, laid out that vision as the guest of honor at Stanford Engineering's first "Heroes' Day." The former professor's lone request on his day of honor was to be with students. His topic: re-thinking the Internet.


Quote taken from: Stanford Report, February 11, 2011
A father knows best: Vint Cerf re-thinks the Internet in Stanford talk BY ANDREW MYERS

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