IEEE Internet Computing Interview Archives
IEEE Internet Computing was launched during the boom days of the .com era, and inaugural editor in chief Charles Petrie took the opportunity to interview leading thinkers, people who were in on the technical ground floor, and executives who were looking for the best ways to make use of this vast new realm.
Years on, some of the ideas floated back then seem almost quaint, but others stand the test of time quite nicely.
- Bob Metcalfe on What's Wrong with the Internet: It's the Economy, Stupid
- Eric Schmidt on the Intranet Wars: Can the Java Virtual Machine Really Challenge Microsoft?
- George Gilder: On the Bandwidth of Plenty
- Greg Sands on Netscape's SuiteSpot
- John Paul on Network Services
- Len Kleinrock on the Origins of the Internet: "This is login"
- Pattie Maes on Software Agents: Humanizing the Global Computer
- Robert Cailliau on the WWW Proposal: "How it Really Happened" (part one) (part two)
- Tom Malone on the Implications of the Digital Age