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Interview: Cerf Discusses His Jump To Google
Posted by: Jordi on Friday, September 09, 2005 - 04:50 AM
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Vinton Cerf, often called the "father of the Internet," sees a growing need for innovation in software that can find creative uses for the sea of data flowing into the Internet each day.

As a result, the 62-year-old co-developer of the TCP/IP protocol that made it possible for computers to interact on the Internet said he was drawn to the work at search-engine giant Google Inc., which announced Thursday that it had hired Cerf as "chief Internet evangelist." Cerf is scheduled to start work Oct. 3.

Complete interview at InternetWeek , InformationWeek , ITNews , CRN and p2pnet.