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Carl Malamud (born 1959) is the Founder, President and a member of board of directors of Public.resource.org. He is accredited for creating the first Internet Radio Station and Internet 1996 World Exposition.
- Before Public.resource.org, he was the chief technology officer at the center of American Progress.
- Since 2005, he is a senior fellow at the American Center For progress.
- He is the member of board of Directors of the Mozilla Foundation
- He founded the company Internet Multicasting Service.
- He is also the founder of Internet Talk Radio, Internet Town Hall, Invisible Worlds and NetTopBox.
- In 1988, he wrote a book,Tools for Building an Information Technology.
- In 1989, he wrote The Book of DEC Systems and Architectures.
- In 1990, he wrote Analyzing Novell Networks.
- In 1991, he wrote Analyzing DECnet/OSI Phase V.
- In 1992, he wrote Analyzing Sun Networks and another book Stacks: Interoperability in Today's Computer Networks.
- In 1993, he wrote Security and Networks and Exploring the Internet: A Technical Travelogue.
- In 1994, he wrote Geek of the Week.
- In 1997, he wrote A World's Fair for the Global Village.