Clem Cole wrote in <CAC20D2P_OJhV7QG=uJwnk0Asn-z9h9k3BZqaeTZPQzGtPwoYVg@\
I have indeed watched "Computer Networks: The Heralds of Resource
Sharing" again today, at least in parts, after i heard that
Paul Allen died. And John Postel died exactly twenty years ago,
i have read his name a thousand times.
|On Tue, Oct 16, 2018 at 10:40 AM Noel Chiappa <jnc(a)mercury.lcs.mit.ed\
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|| > From: Dave Horsfall
|| > We lost ... on this day
||An email from someone on a related topic has reminded me of someone \
||should make sure is only your list (not sure if you already have him):
||J. C. R. Licklider; we lost him on June 26, 1990.
||He didn't write much code himself, but the work of people he funded (e.g.
||Doug Engelbart, the ARPANet guys, Multics, etc, etc, etc) to work on his
||vision has led to today's computerized, information-rich world. For \
||only know today's networked world, the change from what came before, \
||his impact on the world (since his ideas and the work of people he \
||led, directly and indirectly, to much of it), is probably hard to truly
||He is, in my estimation, one of the most important and influential \
||scientists of all. I wonder how many computer science people had more \
||impact; the list is surely pretty short. Babbage; Turing; who else?
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