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  1. The Usborne Internet-Linked Encyclopedia Of World History by Jane Bingham, Fiona Chandler, et all 2001-01
  2. On the Way to the Web: The Secret History of the Internet and Its Founders by Michael A. Banks, 2008-07-21
  3. The Usborne Encyclopedia of the Ancient World: Internet Linked (History Encyclopedias) by Jane Bingham, Fiona Chandler, et all 2007-01
  4. A Brief History of the Future: Origins of the Internet by John Naughton, 2000-10-05
  5. Social History of the Media: From Gutenberg to the Internet by Asa Briggs, Peter Burke, 2010-02-15
  6. A History of the Internet and the Digital Future by Johnny Ryan, 2010-09-15
  7. The Usborne Encyclopedia of the Roman World: Internet-Linked (History Encyclopedias) by Jane Bingham, Fiona Chandler, et all 2002-01
  8. History of the Internet: A Chronology, 1843 to Present
  9. The Pearly Gates of Cyberspace: A History of Space from Dante to the Internet by Margaret Wertheim, 2000-05
  10. Romans: Internet Linked (Illustrated World History) by Anthony Marks, 2010-01
  11. Cultures of the Internet: Virtual Spaces, Real Histories, Living Bodies
  12. Researching British Military History on the Internet: The British Army and the Armies of the Commonwealth, Empire and Dominions by Stuart C. Blank, 2007-11
  13. Using Internet Primary Sources to Teach Critical Thinking Skills in History: by Kathleen W. Craver, 1999-10-30
  14. The Usborne Encyclopedia of World History (Usborne Internet Linked) by Jane Bingham, Fiona Chandler, et all 2010-07-30

1. Computer History Museum - Exhibits - Internet History
In the Beginning, ARPA created the ARPANET. And the ARPANET was without form and void. And darkness was
Internet History
"In the Beginning, ARPA created the ARPANET. And the ARPANET was without form and void. And darkness was upon the deep. And the spirit of ARPA moved upon the face of the network and ARPA said, 'Let there be a protocol,' and there was a protocol. And ARPA saw that it was good. And ARPA said, 'Let there be more protocols,' and it was so. And ARPA saw that it was good. And ARPA said, 'Let there be more networks,' and it was so." Danny Cohen
By 1992, when this timeline ends,
  • the Internet has one million hosts
  • the ARPANET has ceased to exist
  • computers are nine orders of magnitude faster
  • network bandwidth is twenty million times greater.
next decade
TX-2 at MIT
SAGE consoles
At MIT, a wide variety of computer experiments are going on. Ivan Sutherland uses the TX-2 to write Sketchpad, the origin of graphical programs for computer-aided design.

2. Internet History
A There are many parental programs that can run in the bacground that copy what pages were viewed, and can track where quot;children go.. quot; make sure though what ever programs

3. Barbourville Utility Commission
The official site for the City of Barbourville, KY Utilities Commission

4. Internet History: How To View Your Internet History - CompWisdom
Authentic and relevant information on Internet History How To View Your Internet History, structure of Internet History How To View Your Internet History, working of Internet

5. Internet History
Internet History The history of computing and the story of how the Internet came to be are fascinating subjects to me. After doing some reading and research on early

6. Internet History, Compiled By Tom Sheldon
Linktionary is Tom Sheldon's online dictionary and Web guide for networking technologies.
Linktionary search and index page Site home page
(news and notices) Get alerts when Linktionary is updated Book updates and addendums Get info about the Encyclopedia of Networking and Telecommunicatons , 3rd edition (2001) Download the electronic version of the Encyclopedia of Networking, 2nd edition (1996). It's free! Contribute to this site Electronic licensing info Internet History
The following Internet timeline was compiled from timelines found at the following sites. Please refer to the sites listed for more detailed information about people, agencies, and events. Note that there is some conflict on exact dates when events occurred, partly because development times may span more than a year. In particular, some of the people involved in the early Internet pull dates out of their head. A technology or protocol is often released for testing on one date and officially announced on another date. Some sites obtain dates from RFC, but in many cases, RFCs are released either before or after the actual technology is put into use. Where there is discrepancy, I have dug deeper into RFC or fall back on Hobbes’ Internet Timeline. Note: Some of the papers are located at multiple sites. If a Web link fails, search for the paper’s title with an Internet search engine.

7. Category:Internet History - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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8. Cybertelecom :: ARPANET 1960s
Internet History - - ARPANET 1960s - - - Paul Baran - - ARPANET 1970s - - - TCP/IP - - 1980s - - - NSFNET - - 1990s - - - CIX - - DNS - - World Wide Web
An Educational Project ARPAnet (1960s) Navigation Links: History

- Internet History

Paul Baran


addthis_url = location.href; addthis_title = document.title; addthis_pub = 'rcannon100'; It is one if the greater ironies of computer history that the vision of the hippies had to be married to the technology funded and fostered by the Pentagon, before the world of integrated information and communication became possible. [Stephen Segaller, NERDS 2.0 p 134] History is Bunk. - Brave New World
Science - The Endless Frontier
A report to the President by Vannevar Bush, Director of the Office of Scientific Research and Development, July 1945.
1947 Cold War Begins
RAND Corporation established as independent non profit. RAND
National Science Foundation established. NSF
MIT establishes Lincoln Labs to conduct research and development on missile defense. They hire JCR. US Air Force sponsored . Licklider Waldrop
Robert Oppenheimer is stripped of his security clearance during the McCarthy era. [ NSF
1957 Sputnik
October 4, 1957: Russian launch Sputnik, the first man made satellite, demonstrating the technological ability to launch an intercontinental mission. The launch of Sputnik I and Sputnik II shocked the US Government and led to a swift response by Pres. Eisenhower (the former WWII general who fully appreciated the importance of science and technology for national defense).

9. Internet Society (ISOC) All About The Internet: History Of The Internet
A list of links to resources.
Donate Now Go to Main Content Go to Side Navigation Events ... Education
About the Internet
About the Internet Future Internet Scenarios Internet Ecosystem Internet Issues ...
Get involved and help shape its future. Join the Internet Society community today. It's free!
Histories of the Internet
The following links offer a broad range of perspectives on the history of the Internet. The Internet Society cannot guarantee the historical or technical accuracy of all of the material presented, but we hope these resources will give you plenty of starting points for further research.
IUKNOF Internet History Project
The early days of the Internet in the United Kingdom. As a modest first step, individuals who played key roles in the creation and growth of the Internet in the UK are being invited to give presentations at UKNOF meetings.
Imagining the Internet: A History and Forecast
A diverse collection of resources by Elon University and Pew Internet Project including concise historical information, current Internet governance discussions, and predictions about the future of the Internet.
A Concise Guide to the Major Internet Bodies
By Alex Simonelis
Who is Who in the Internet World (

10. Internet Society (ISOC) All About The Internet: History Of The Internet
An authoritative history, written by some of those who were most closely associated with its creation and development.
Donate Now Go to Main Content Go to Side Navigation Events ... Education
About the Internet
About the Internet Future Internet Scenarios Internet Ecosystem Internet Issues ... Internet Code of Conduct The Internet Society has developed four future Internet scenarios that reveal plausible courses of events that could impact the health of the Internet in the future.
Histories of the Internet
A Brief History of the Internet
Barry M. Leiner Vinton G. Cerf David D. Clark
Robert E. Kahn
  • Authors
    The Internet has revolutionized the computer and communications world like nothing before. The invention of the telegraph, telephone, radio, and computer set the stage for this unprecedented integration of capabilities. The Internet is at once a world-wide broadcasting capability, a mechanism for information dissemination, and a medium for collaboration and interaction between individuals and their computers without regard for geographic location. The Internet represents one of the most successful examples of the benefits of sustained investment and commitment to research and development of information infrastructure. Beginning with the early research in packet switching, the government, industry and academia have been partners in evolving and deploying this exciting new technology. Today, terms like "" and "" trip lightly off the tongue of the random person on the street. This is intended to be a brief, necessarily cursory and incomplete history. Much material currently exists about the Internet, covering history, technology, and usage. A trip to almost any bookstore will find shelves of material written about the Internet.
  • 11. A Brief History Of The Internet
    Anecdotal Internet History showing the increasing development of friendly utilities, menus, and search engines driven by rapid expansion and the demand for convenience and ease of
    An anecdotal history of the people and communities
    that brought about the Internet and the Web
    (Last updated 24 March 2010)
    A Brief History of the Internet by Walt Howe
    is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-
    Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License

    Based on a work at
    When the late Senator Ted Kennedy heard in 1968 that the pioneering Massachusetts company BBN had won the ARPA contract for an "interface message processor (IMP)," he sent a congratulatory telegram to BBN for their ecumenical spirit in winning the "interfaith message processor" contract. The Internet, then known as ARPANET, was brought online in 1969 under a contract let by the renamed Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) which initially connected four major computers at universities in the southwestern US (UCLA, Stanford Research Institute, UCSB, and the University of Utah). The contract was carried out by BBN of Cambridge, MA under Bob Kahn and went online in December 1969. By June 1970, MIT, Harvard, BBN, and Systems Development Corp (SDC) in Santa Monica, Cal. were added. By January 1971, Stanford, MIT's Lincoln Labs, Carnegie-Mellon, and Case-Western Reserve U were added. In months to come, NASA/Ames, Mitre, Burroughs, RAND, and the U of Illinois plugged in. After that, there were far too many to keep listing here.
    Who was the first to use the Internet?

    12. History Of The Internet - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    The concept of data communication transmitting data between two different places, connected via some kind of electromagnetic medium, such as radio or an electrical wire - actually
    History of the Internet
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Commemorative plaque listing some of the early Internet pioneers The concept of data communication - transmitting data between two different places, connected via some kind of electromagnetic medium, such as radio or an electrical wire - actually predates the introduction of the first computers . Such communication systems were typically limited to point to point communication between two end devices. Telegraph systems and telex machines can be considered early precursors of this kind of communication. The earlier computers used the technology available at the time to allow communication between the central processing unit and remote terminals. As the technology evolved new systems were devised to allow communication over longer distances (for terminals) or with higher speed (for interconnection of local devices) that were necessary for the mainframe computer model. Using these technologies it was possible to exchange data (such as files) between remote computers. However, the point to point communication model was limited, as it did not allow for direct communication between any two arbitrary systems; a physical link was necessary. The technology was also deemed as inherently unsafe for strategic and military use, because there were no alternative paths for the communication in case of an enemy attack. As a response, several research programs started to explore and articulate principles of communications between physically separate systems, leading to the development of the

    13. Internet History ,History Of Internet
    Internet History provides with a detailed explanation of the complete evolutionary process of Internet. As far as Internet History is concerned, J.C.R Licklider was the first
    INTERNET Internet Providers Internet Services Internet Connection Internet Options ... Internet Packages Internet Surfing Internet Users Internet History
    Maps of World Web Home Referrals Internet Internet History
    Internet History
    Internet History provides with a detailed explanation of the complete evolutionary process of Internet. As far as Internet History is concerned, J.C.R Licklider was the first one to give the idea of establishing a universal network of communication in 1962. This sowed the seed of development of Internet. Internet was invented primarily to benefit the exchange of vital information amongst the computer researches of different Universities. Evolution of Arpanet According to the Internet History , ARPANET was initially the name used for Internet. ARPANET was developed by of Robert Taylor. In 1969, the very first Arpanet connection became operational in the University of California. It connected the computers of four renowned Universities – UCLA, Stanford Research Institute, UCSB and the University of Utah. It was within Arpanet itself that the concept of E-mail was included for the first time. Changeover to Internet It was in 1974 that the term "Internet" began to be used for Arpanet. This term was given a formal approval by the Internet Transmission Control Protocol and also term gained instant popularity.

    14. Internet History Eraser--Buy Now
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    15. The History Of The Internet - Internet History Timeline
    A timeline of the Development of the Internet, from the early days of ARPANET to the National Science Foundation's SuperBackbone of 1995 to current day cutting edge research and

    16. How Do I Clear My Internet Browser History?
    To conserve hard disk drive space or to help keep their Internet browsing private, users may find it necessary to delete their Internet History, below is how to do this.
    How do I clear my Internet browser history?
    How do I clear my Internet browser history?
    As you browse the Internet , each of the items you view are saved locally on your hard disk drive. This helps web pages you visit frequently load faster by loading the files from you hard disk drive instead of having to downloading the web page again. To conserve hard disk drive space or to help keep their Internet browsing private, users may find it necessary to delete their Internet History, below is how to do this.
    Microsoft Internet Explorer users
    Mozilla Firefox users

    Opera users
    Microsoft Internet Explorer users Note: Users running Internet Explorer 7.0 and above will need to press the Alt key in order to access the file menu easily to get access to options such as File, Tools, etc. Viewing History
    • Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 and above users can view their history files by clicking the "Tools" menu, "Internet Options", clicking the "Settings" button under the Browsing history, and then clicking the "View Files" button. Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.x

    17. The Matrix: Community Memory
    Archive of postings to this discussion list dedicated to the history of The Internet.
    World Wide Web Home Page and Archive
    COMMUNITY MEMORY is made possible by
    Computer Professionals For Social Responsibility
    This page was last updated on April 4, 1997. Listserver Status: THE LISTSERVER IS CURRENTLY RUNNING.
    How to subscribe to the list
    reading SUBSCRIBE CYHIST yourfirstname yourlastname
    Where firstname is replaced with your first name, and lastname is replaced with your last name. These instructions supersede all others.
    Search the posts, and browse the archives.
    Wondering when the first e-mail message was sent, or how Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak went door to door selling devices that allowed for free phone calls, in 1972? Search and you may find the answer to your question. Posts to this list are indexed and made available, creating a research tool for the online community on the history and origins of cyberspace. This is an evolving search mechanism, so functionality will be added as time passes. However, posts from June 4, 1996 to July 8, 1996 will not turn up in your search, as they were distributed using a different listserver. To read those, browse the archives below on this page. We are working on merging the two together into one database.

    18. Netizens Netbook
    Anthology of the history of Usenet and the Internet, including descriptive as well as theoretical work.
    On the History and Impact of the Net
    This page contains links to Michael Hauben's and Ronda Hauben's on-line Netbook, Netizens: On the History and Impact of Usenet and the Internet . This netbook presents the history and impact of various aspects of the Net: the Internet, ARPANET, Usenet, etc. We hope to provide information which will help readers to understand where the Net has come from so as to help preserve its value throughout future developments and changes. A print edition was published by the IEEE Computer Society Press but is now distributed by John Wiley. Its ISBN # is 0-8186-7706-6 and you can find out more about the print edition from a Wiley website
    In addition, there have been interesting book reviews
    The latest plain text version is stored at in the USA.
    Hypertext versions
    Special thanks go out to Cal Woods for converting the 4/95 version of the netbook into HTML. That version is no longer online as far as we can tell.
    Plain-text Versions

    19. Internet History
    Internet History and WWW History Roads and Crossroads of the Internet History by G. Gromov. Story consists of timeline, milestones, phylosophy and some of the leading Net
    NetValley Hypertext Internet Statistics "Side Effect" ... Sweden Based Mirror
    An excellent summary of key milestones in Internet history
    For anyone who has ever wondered how and why the Internet was created comes this extensive essay, The Roads and Crossroads of Internet's History " With this document, users can follow the development of the Net from its early stages as a military communication system to the multimedia extravaganza we know today. Webcrawler: Internet User Guides Reviews *Hot* Web Sites ... excellent 9-part review of the Internet's history and its relationship with the information revolution Very informative and quite amusing at times too
    Development Corporat.
    History of Internet and WWW:
    The Roads and Crossroads
    of Internet History
    by Gregory R. Gromov

    A comprehensive and fascinating overview of the philosophy and history of the Internet. Many related links and a section on pertinent statistics. Magellan Internet Guide Net History with a Human Face The Page of the pages' Story Road USA to Europe Information Age Milestonesnm " In the beginning was the Cable The Atlantic cable of 1858 was established to carry instantaneous communications across the ocean for the first time. Although the laying of this first cable was seen as a

    20. LANDesk User Community: Internet History
    I am looking for ways to get the Internet History from a PC and put it into the LANDesk Inventory for reporting purposes. I have found that (for IE at least) the history is

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