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On January 16th 1986 it took place the DARPA Gateway Algorithms and Data Structures Task Force Meeting and it was announced it's demise and the formation of two new task forces in its place: the Internet Architecture Task Force (INARC) and the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF):
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Measuring The Information Society Report
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Security and Privacy in Named-Data...
Future of Networking
From Days to Minutes: Computers...
Toward the Third Age of Computing
Inside the Computer EDSAC
Quantum Computing: Transforming the...
ENIAC Computer History
Nick Bostrom: What happens when our...
Open Source Energy
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Net Metering for Solar Power
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Shadow robot: a kitchen that cooks...
Brian Greene: Time Travel is Possible
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Towards Universal Access to All...
Debate: The Internet is a failed utopia
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Mars Odyssey: Space Oddity
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The Origins of Bitcoin
Leonard Kleinrock's UCLA web site
Vinton G. Cerf (1995)
Robert E. Kahn and Vinton G. Cerf (1999)
IETF RFC 2235
A project of the Internet Center at Elon University
IETF RFC: 1336 (May 1992) - Biographies of IAB, IESG and IRSG Members
An archive of rare conversations within the contemporary social, political and cultural milieu
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National Science Foundation Office of Legislative and Public Affairs
National Science Foundation
by Ed Krol - 25 August 1987
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