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2004: How can you call the Internet an operating system?
No kernel
No memory
No processor
Photo: Patrick Tufts
Monday, September 23, 13
Later, when we introduced the Web 2.0 conference in 2004, we focused on the Internet as Platform. In his talk at that
conference, Bram Cohen of Bittorrent gave me a bit of a roast about the Internet as operating system idea. He pointed out that
the Internet was lacking many of the features that characterize operating systems.

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