Casting the net: from ARPANET to Internet and beyond

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Addison-Wesley Pub. Co., 1995 - Computers - 299 pages
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Focusing on the design decisions and standards which have made internetworking possible, this new book charts the intriguing history of this communications/computing phenomenon. From its beginnings as a Department of Defense project to its current position as the global network for computing communications, the full Internet story is told here.

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TIME LINEPart I 19401964
1
TIME LINEPart II 19671972
17
TIME LINEPart III 19741981
83
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Salus is the Chief Knowledge Officer of Matrix Information and Directory Services. He has been keynote speaker at the Atlanta Linux Showcase, UniForum Canada, the UKUUG, the NLUUG, the BUUG/OTA, and several other European and North American conferences.

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