Happy 30th Birthday to the (Invisible) Internet
Transparent lines, no boundaries and a technology that is everywhere, all the time, according to various scientists, including Robert Kahn, president of the Corporation for National Research Initiatives , who believes the Internet will morph into a medium that has become as mobile and on-the-go as its users.
A typical user neither knows nor understands what happens to enable the Internet and information systems to work, commented Senior Vice President George Vrandenburg III of America Online . He commented that the future of the Internet rests in seamless information delivery.
The birthday was marked by a symposium held in Los Angeles, and guest speakers included Len Kleinrock, a UCLA  computer science professor who was one of the early Internet pioneers. The first Internet connection took place in his lab 30 years ago.