My legal name is Robert C Clements. That name appears on some RFCs. There's a bit of history to the legality of the name, which I will only discuss with very close friends.
Back in the days when the net was populated only by decent people,
and there was no such thing as spam, I signed my usenet posts
and my email with the format "/Rcc". Or, more completely, as
/Rcc, Bob Clements, K1BC, email@example.com
Needless to say, that address is no longer alive.
In professional life, I was educated at MIT, with a BSEE in 1964. (Before that, Stuyvesant HS in NYC.)
I worked at Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) for some years after that, working on PDP-1's, PDP-6's and PDP-10's. I was the Project Engineer for the KA-10 -- the central processor for the first of the PDP-10 systems. My partner on this task was Alan Kotok. At some point I transferred to the software development group, which I felt needed more help than the hardware group.
In 1972, I moved to BBN (Bolt Beranek and Newman) where they were working on a new thing called the ARPANET. This developed into another new thing called the Internet.
I joined the group developing TENEX, which DEC bought the rights to, to make TOPS-20. I worked on many other things there for a long time and left in 2003.
I worked on TENEX itself and on the initial implementation of various net protocols including FTP. See RFCs RFC-414, RFC-430, RFC-438 et al.
After that, I worked on products in BBNCC and BBNACI as well as contracts in the multimedia and the internet research departments.