Pushing The Internet In To Space

By: Walter Andri - Published: Mar 15, 2006 • References: wired
Sad because you can't connect to the internet at the cottage? Don't worry. Soon the internet will even be available in space.

"Forget the world wide web. Through a project called the interplanetary internet, Hooke and networking guru Vint Cerf, co-creator the internet's TCP/IP protocol, have been working for the past six years to develop a standard for communicating in disconnected environments, where an uninterrupted two-way dialog isn't possible." - Wired

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