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Oxford Internet Institute: 10th Anniversary celebrations

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We had quite a beano at Oxford over the past two days: first with five celebratory lectures at the Said Business School on Thursday for two hours, followed by a dinner at Balliol College and then a Board meeting on Friday morning.

We inaugurated two award ceremonies: (i) Internet & Society Awards for the Public Good and (ii) Internet & Society Lifetime Achievement Awards which were well received. 

I started the ball rolling on the Oxford Internet Institute back in 2000 with a paper to Colin Lucas, the the Vice Chancellor at Oxford University, and then at a meeting of senior dons at St John's College which I addressed where I suggested an internet institute at Oxford University (IOU....).  



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