Life Online: Curating the history of the Internet (Tom Woolley)
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  • 1. 1.The Origins of the Internet2.The People’s Network3.Your Life Online4.New Ideas
  • 2. Image © Jo Teeuwisse
  • 3. Image © Royal McBee, 1956
  • 4. “The hope is that humanbrains and computingmachines will be coupledtightly, and that the resultingpartnership will think as nohuman brain has everthought before.”Joseph Licklider, 1960
  • 5. Image © Telegeography.com
  • 6. Compuserve TV commercial, 1991
  • 7. Compuserve TV commercial, 1991
  • 8. “The dream behind the Webis of a common informationspace in which wecommunicate by sharinginformation.Its universality is essential:the fact that a hypertext linkcan point to anything, be itpersonal, local or global, beit draft or highly polished.”Sir Tim Berners-Lee, 1998
  • 9. Image © Paul Butler, Facebook
  • 10. “Well remember the decade from 2000 as the time when it stopped making sense to think of the internet as an "information superhighway”… it became just another way, albeit a staggeringly powerful one, of being human.” Oliver Burkeman, 2008Image © Time Magazine, 1994
  • 11. Cloud Browsing, ZKM
  • 12. Cloud Browsing, ZKM
  • 13. Open commission in partnership withFutureEverything – deadline 27th July 2011www.nationalmediamuseum.org.uk/lifeonlinetom.woolley@nationalmediamuseum.org.uk