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The following sources are recommended by an expert whose research specialty is the history of the internet.


Six Superlative Sources

· Baran, Paul. The Rand Corporation's Contents of: On Distributed Communications. IEEE Trans. Comm. Systems, March 1964.

· Leiner, Barry M., Vinton G. Cerf, David D. Clark, Robert E. Kahn, Leonard Kleinrock, Daniel C. Lynch, Jon Postel, Larry G. Roberts, and Stephen Wolff. A Brief History of the Internet. 4 August 2000.

· Bush, Vanevar. As We May Think. Atlantic Monthly, July 1945.

· Engelbart, Douglas C. Intellectual Implications of Multi-Access Computer Networks. Stanford Research Institute, 1970.

· Stewart, Bill. The Net on the Net.

· Frazer, Karen D. The NSFNET Backbone Project, 1987-1995. The Merit Network, 1996.

Other Excellent Sources

· Abramatic, Jean-Francois. W3C -- World Wide Web Consortium. Sixth International World Wide Web Converence, 7-11 April 1997.

· Anderberg, Anthony. History of the Internet and Web. 5 January 2003.

· Andreessen, Marc. NCSA Mosaic Technical Summary. Software Development Group, National Center for Supercomputing Applications, 20 February 1993.

· Baccala, Brent. Connected: An Internet Encyclopedia. Third edition, April 1997.

· Balasubramanian, V. State of the Art Review on Hypermedia Issues and Applications. Graduate School of Management, Rutgers University, 30 March 1994.

· Barr, Dave. So You Want to Create an Alt Newsgroup. Pennsylvania State University, 1995.

· Bartle, Richard. Interactive Multi-User Computer Games. MUSE Ltd., British Telecom, December 1990.

· Bartle, Richard. Early MUD History. 15 November 1990.

· Belson, David. The Network Nation Revisited. Stevens Institute of Technology, 4 May 1994.

· Berners-Lee, Tim. The World-Wide Web Initiative. CERN, 1993.

· Berners-Lee, Tim. Original Design Issues. World Wide Web Consortium.

· Berners-Lee, Tim, and Robert Cailliau. WorldWideWeb: Proposal for a HyperText Project. CERN, November 1990.

· Berners-Lee, Tim, and Robert Cailliau. World Wide Web, Computing in High Energy Physics 92 Conference, Annecy, France, 23-27 September 1992. (In PostScript format.)

· Berners-Lee, Tim, Robert Cailliau, Jean-Francois Groff, and Bernd Pollermann. World-Wide Web: An Information Infrastructure for High-Energy Physics. Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems for High Energy and Nuclear Physics Conference, La Londe-les-Maures, France, January 1992.

· Berners-Lee, Tim, Robert Cailliau, Jean-Francois Groff, and Bernd Pollermann. World-Wide Web: The Information Universe. Electronic Networking: Research, Applications and Policy, Spring 1992.

· Boutell, Thomas. The New WWW FAQs.

· Bumgarner, Lee S. USENET -- The Great Renaming, 1985-1988. c1994.

· Cerf, Vinton. How the Internet Came to Be. 1993.

· Cerf, Vinton. A Brief History of the Internet and Related Networks. 27 February 2003.

· Cerf, Vinton, Eric Schmidt, et al. The Evolution of Network Computing. JavaOne: Sun's 1997 Worldwide Java Developer Conference, San Francisco, California, 2-4 April 1997., Arthur C. Extra-Terrestrial Relays -- Can Rocket Stations Give Worldwide Radio Coverage?. Wireless World, October 1945.

· Condon, Chris. NetHistory: An Informal History of BITNET and the Internet.

· Coombs, Norman. Liberation Technology. EDU Magazine, Fall 1992.

· Crispen, Patrick Douglas. Roadmap96 Workshop. 13 May 1998.

· De Bra, P.M.E. Hypermedia Structures and Systems. 2003.

· De Presno, Odd. The Online World Resources Handbook. 2001.

· Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. DARPA over the Years. 18 April 2001.

· Edmonds, Brian. How To Write a Good Newgroup Message. 23 July 2001.

· Engelbart, Douglas C. Augmenting Human Intellect: A Conceptual Framework. Stanford Research Institute Project No. 3578, October 1962.

· Engelbart, Douglas C., and William K. English. A Research Center for Augmenting Human Intellect. AFIPS Conference Proceedings of the 1968 Fall Joint Computer Conference, San Francisco, California, December 1968.

· English, William K., Douglas C. Engelbart, and Melvyn L. Berman. Display-Selection Techniques for Text Manipulation. Transactions on Human Factors in Electronics, March 1967.

· Gaffin, Adam, and Jörg Heitkötter. EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet. Version 2.3, September 1994.

· Gaffin, Adam, Mitch Kapor, Steve Cisler, and Shari Steele. Big Dummy's Guide to the Internet. Electronic Frontier Foundation, 15 July 1993.

· Gilder, George. Metcalfe's Law and Legacy. Forbes ASAP, 13 September 1993.

· Gromov, Gregory R. History of Internet and WWW: The Roads and Crossroads of Internet History. 2002.

· Hafner, Katie. The Creators: Twenty-Five Years Ago, They Brought the Internet to Life, with an interview of Vint Cerf by Steve Cisler. Wired, December 1994.

· Hambridge, Sally. Netiquette Guidelines. October 1995.

· Hardy, Henry. The History of the Net. Master's Thesis, Grand Valley State University School of Communications, 1993.

· Hardy, Ian R. The Evolution of ARPANET Email. History Thesis, University of California at Berkeley, 1996.

· Hauben, Michael. Netizens Cyberstop: Personal Contributions to the Web. 18 May 1997.

· Hauben, Michael, and Ronda Hauben. The Amateur Computerist Newsletter. 1988-2002.

· Hersch, Russ. FAQs about FAQs. 1997.

· Hollis, Ken. alt.spam FAQ or "Figuring Out Fake E-Mail and Posts". 24 February 2003.

· Horton, Mark, and R. Adams. Standard for Interchange of USENET Messages: Request For Comments. Network Working Group, December 1987.

· Horton, Mark. Subject: Re: Hello again.... 26 September 1990.

· Howe, Walt. A Brief History of the Internet. 21 April 2002.

· Hughes, Kevin. Entering the World-Wide Web: A Guide To Cyberspace. Enterprise Integration Technologies, May 1994.

· Internet Society. Internet Histories.

· InterNIC Information and Education Services. The 15 Minute Series. 19 April 1998.

· Jones, Bruce. USENET History.

· Kahin, Brian, and James Keller. Coordinating the Internet. MIT Press, 1997.

· Kahn, Robert. The Role of Government in the Evolution of the Internet. 1994.

· Kamens, Jonathan I., and David Alex Lamb. FAQ: How to Find People's E-mail Addresses. 2001.

· Kantor, Brian, and Phil Lapsley. Network News Transfer Protocol: A Proposed Standard for the Stream-Based Transmission of News. February 1986.

· Kehoe, Brendan P. Zen and the Art of the Internet. January 1992.

· Kessler, G., and S. Shepard. A Primer on Internet and TCP/IP Tools and Utilities. RFC HyperText Archive, June 1997.

· Kleinrock, Leonard. The Birth of the Internet: Leonard Kleinrock's Personal History/Biography. 27 August 1996.

· Krol, Ed. The Hitchhikers Guide to the Internet. RFC HyperText Archive, September 1989.

· LaQuey, Tracy, Joyce K. Reynolds, Karen Roubicek, Mary Stahl, and Ailene Yuan. FYI on Where to Start: A Bibliography of Internetworking Information. RFC HyperText Archive, August 1990.

· Laursen, Jesper Vissing. The Internet: Past, Present and Future: Internet and WWW History. 7 October 1997.

· Muuss, Mike. The Research Interests of Mike Muuss, inventor of "ping" and "ttcp." 19 November 2000.

· National Center for Supercomputing Applications. A Beginner's Guide to HTML. 24 January 2001.

· National Research Council. Realizing the Information Future: The Internet and Beyond. National Academy Press. 1994.

· Oikarinen, Jarkko. The Invention of IRC. 13 October 1998.

· Panitz, Aliza R. How to Find the Right Place to Post (FAQ). 22 July 1999.

· Ping Computer Services. The Ping Page. August 2002.

· Pioch, Nicolas. A Short IRC Primer. Edition 1.1b, 28 February 1993.

· Postel, Jon. The Request For Comments Reference Guide. RFC HyperText Archive, August 1987.

· Reid, Elizabeth M. Electropolis: Communication and Community on Internet Relay Chat. University of Melbourne Department Of History Honours Thesis, 1991.

· Rheingold, Howard. Tools for Thought. MIT Press, April 2000.

· Rheingold, Howard. The Virtual Community. 1998.

· Roberts, Lawrence G. Internet Chronology. 29 August 1997.

· Salampasis, Mike. History of Hypermedia.

· Savetz, Kevin. Your Internet Consultant: The FAQs of Life Online. Sams Publishing, 1994.

· Seeley, Donn. A Tour of the Worm. Proceedings of the Winter USENIX Technical Conference, San Diego, California, January 1989.

· Segal, Ben. A Short History of Internet Protocols at CERN. CERN PDP-NS, April 1995.

· Shapiro, Elmer B. Computer Network Meeting of October 9-10, 1967.

· Southwick, Scott, and J.D. Falk. The Net Abuse FAQ. Revision 3.2, 23 December 1998.

· Spafford, Gene. USENET Software: History and Sources. 9 February 1998.

· Spafford, Gene. Email. 24 September 1990.

· Trigg, Randall H. Hypermedia as Integration: Recollections, Reflections and Exhortations. Keynote Address, Hypertext '96 Conference, Washington, DC, 20 March 1996. Xerox Palo Alto Research Center.

· usenet.hist Mailing List Archive. 20 December 1997.

· Various Authors. Internet: UseNet Newsgroups: History.

· Woolley, David R. PLATO: The Emergence of On-Line Community. Computer-Mediated Communication Magazine, 1 July 1994.

· Zakon, Robert H. Hobbes' Internet Timeline.

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