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Carl Malamud

Born: 2-Jul-1959

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Activist

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Founder of Internet Multicasting Service

Founder of Internet Multicasting Service, Internet Talk Radio (which carried his Geek of the Week show), Internet Town Hall, Invisible Worlds (developer of BEEP protocol), and NetTopBox. Earlier accomplishments including getting the EDGAR database on the Internet, and was 1993's Cyber Santa. Malamud's early book on some of the politics of Internet protocols, Exploring the Internet, is excellent reading.

Wife: Rebecca (one child)

    Center for American Progress Senior Fellow, CTO (2005-)
    Mozilla Foundation Board of Directors
    EFF Pioneer Award (2009)

Author of books:
Ingres: Tools for Building an Information Technology (1988, nonfiction)
The Book of DEC Systems and Architectures (1989, nonfiction)
Analyzing Novell Networks (1990, nonfiction)
Analyzing DECnet/OSI Phase V (1991, nonfiction)
Analyzing Sun Networks (1992, nonfiction)
Stacks: Interoperability in Today's Computer Networks (1992, nonfiction)
Security and Networks (1993, nonfiction)
Exploring the Internet: A Technical Travelogue (1993, nonfiction)
Geek of the Week (1994, nonfiction)
A World's Fair for the Global Village (1997, nonfiction)

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