Inspiring quotes by Vint Cerf

The top 10 most inspiring quotes by Vint Cerf

  • It’s the Industrial Revolution and the growth of urban concentrations that led to a sense of anonymity.
  • I used to tell jokes about Internet-enabled lightbulbs. I can’t tell jokes about it anymore – there already is an Internet-connected lightbulb.
  • We never, ever in the history of mankind have had access to so much information so quickly and so easily.
  • There was something amazingly enticing about programming.
  • The Internet lives where anyone can access it.
  • At some point, you can’t lift this boulder with just your own strength. And if you find that you need to move bigger and bigger boulders up hills, you will need more and more help.
  • What is special about VOIP is that it’s just another thing you can do on the Internet, whereas it is the only thing – or nearly the only thing with the exception of the dial-up modem and fax – that you can do on the public switched telephone network.
  • Free is not going to go away. Either the advertising model will still work, or there will still be literally hundreds of millions of people who want to put their information on the Net and want people to have access to it.
  • The three-piece suit has become sort of my trademark. You don’t see them much anymore. It has several benefits: You may be overdressed on some occasions, but you can manage to fit into a huge range of circumstances.
  • At the roots, people are still people. That’s why Shakespeare is so popular no matter what the language.

Vinton G. Cerf, born June 23, 1943, is an American computer scientist recognized as one of the “fathers of the Internet.” Alongside Robert E. Kahn, he co-designed the TCP/IP protocols and the architecture of the Internet. Cerf’s significant contributions began at UCLA and later at DARPA, where his work laid the groundwork for modern networking.

He earned his B.S. in mathematics from Stanford University and his M.S. and Ph.D. in computer science from UCLA. Throughout his career, Cerf has held influential positions, including at MCI, where he led the development of the first commercial email service connected to the Internet.

He has received numerous awards, such as the Turing Award and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Currently, he serves as Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist for Google, advocating for the continued development and ethical use of Internet technology.

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