Don’t Worry About a Thing

It’s absolutely true that the Internet is getting bigger and bigger and more ubiquitous, it’s going to be in just about every appliance we can think of. The question is, does that mean it’s all going to collapse? I don’t think so. … This is not a static system.

Vint Cerf, answering questions from the audience at TED 2013 after Danny Hillis’s talk, titled “The Internet could crash. We need a Plan B.”


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