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Videos are at this link. Check them out, to listen to the talks of the pioneers of the Internet!
Slides of the talks can be retrieved from here or from the Program page.

UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science -- the birthplace of the Internet-- hosted a special forum commemorating the 35th Anniversary of the Internet.

In 1969, the first Internet message was sent from computer science Professor Leonard Kleinrock's laboratory at UCLA, ushering in a new method of global communications that forever changed the course of business, politics, entertainment, education, law and social interaction.

To celebrate this historic event, a special day-long forum took place on Friday, October 29, 2004 at UCLA's Northwest Campus Auditorium. Some of the Internet's early pioneers, as well as many of its rising stars took a closer look at how the Internet came to be what it is today, and what it will be like tomorrow.

Following a brief history of the Internet, four special sessions examined the many sides of the Internet:

Visit the Program Page to check the Panels.

The Event was hosted at the Northwest Campus Auditorium in Sunset Village and Covel Commons at UCLA.