DossierIn 1969 the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) created the first packet switching network (ARPANET). This new data network was used to interconnect many of the computers operating in various US defense research institutions.

In May of 1970 Arthur C. Clarke predicted that a satellite based network would “bring the accumulated knowledge of the world to your fingertips".

In the late 1980s, Tim Berners-Lee (working at the particle physics lab CERN) invented the hypertext transfer protocol (http). Shortly thereafter, Berners-Lee invented the hypertext markup language (html) and set up the world's first web server.

In 1993 Mosaic (the first Internet Browser) was made public as a free download and the number of people connecting to the internet spread like wildfire. In 1995, Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer (IE) were introduced and gave the rest of the computing public access to the Internet.

In 1996, not wanting to be left behind, I registered the Web Domain Name: and created my own personal web presence on the greater Internet. The CyberLord Site was a place for science, technology, future thought and the emerging cyber culture.

A short time ago, I acquired some new web authoring tools and decided to update the CyberLord site, bringing the site's original purpose back to the world wide web.

Enter a realm of science, technology, philosophy and cyber-culture. Surf Side for that impending wave that will thrust us into a future of rapidly accelerating technologies. Welcome to the new CyberLordTM Site.