What are you doing in the U.S. this close to the Olympics? How are you going to make the London Games memorable after Beijing?
I don't want to sound complacent, but to a quite remarkable degree we've got our preparations on track. Beijing was wonderful, but we don't have the capacity to spend half our defense budget on fireworks. It will be a party. Obviously we're hoping to see a big, big turnout from America.
In your book Johnson's Life of London, you claim London invented the Internet. Are you quite sure?
Absolutely. Tim Berners-Lee.