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A short history of the Internet

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    • MED102-MAC129
      • A Short History of the Internet
      Neil Perryman, October 12th, 2010
    • 1945 - Arthur C. Clarke
    • 1957 - Sputnik
    • 1958 - ARPA (Advanced Research Projects Agency)
    • 1960 - J.C.R. “Lick” Licklider of MIT “ Galactic Network”
    • ‘ Man Computer Symbiosis’ JCR Licklider, 1960 “ A Network of such [computers], connected to one another by wide-band communication lines” which provided the “functions of present-day libraries together with anticipated advances in information storage and retrieval and [other] symbolic functions”.
    • RAND Corporation
    • 1965 - Larry Roberts at MIT
    • Packet Switching Leonard Kleinrock Donald Davies Paul Baran
    • 1967 - ARPANET
    • IMPs (Interface Message Processors) BBN (Bolt, Beranek and Newman)
    • 1969
    • October 29th,1969 Charley Kline - “LO”
    • 1971
    • 1971 - Ray Tomlinson
    • 1973
    • 1974 - Vinton Cerf Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) Internet Protocol (IP)
    • 1978 “ This ARPA program has created no less than a revolution in computer technology and it has been one of the most successful projects ever undertaken by ARPA. “ The full impact of the technical changes set in motion by this project may not be understood for many years”. ARPANET Completion Report, January 3rd, 1978
    • 1978 - First BBS (Bulletin System)
    • 1978
    • 1979 - USENET
    • 1979 - MUD (Multi-User Dungeon)
    • MMORPG
    • 1979 - the emoticon : )
    • 1981 :-)
    • 1982 - Minitel
    • 1984 DNS (Domain Name System) .gov, .mil, .ac.uk
    • 1985 - The Well
    • 1985 2000 hosts on the net
    • 1986 30000 hosts on the net
    • 1986 - NSFNET
    • 1988 - the Morris Internet Worm
    • 1989 - Tim Berners-Lee
    • 1989 - Tim Berners-Lee
    • 1990 - The World Wide Web
    • 1990 In 20 years the net has grown from 4 to 300,000 hosts
    • 1991 1 million hosts
    • 1992 - Mosiac Browser NCSA (National Centre for Supercomputing Applications)
    • Browser Wars!
    • 1993 - Cyberculture!
    • 1994
    • 1995
    • 1995 - Ward Cummingham - first ‘wiki’
    • 1997 - Jom Barger coins term ‘weblog’
    • 1999
    • March 2000
    • 2001
    • 2004 WEB 2.0