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Internet Guru Visits U.S. Embassy - Invitation

Internet Guru Visits U.S. Embassy - You're Invited!

Dr Vinton Cerf, an Internet Pioneer, has been brought to New Zealand by the U.S. Embassy to give talks in Wellington before attending the Knowledge Wave Conference in Auckland. If you would like to hear Dr. Cerf speak, he will be giving an open lecture at the National Library, Wellington, (Aitken Street entrance), at 6.00pm on Monday 17th February entitled "An Information Society for All".

Numbers are strictly limited, so please email

TODAY if you would like to attend.

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