Documents and Research sites
RFC Brief Listing
RFC 160, NIC: 6771 Stanford Research Institute, 18 May 1971
Oral Histories of
the Internet at the CBI
Technical History of the Internet tutorial.
Encryption - history and patents - Page dedicated to IP security.
1 The first Request For Comments - Host Software written by Stephen
History of the
Internet and WWW - The Roads and Crossroads of Internet History
by Gregory R. Gromov. A comprehensive overview of the philosophy and
history of the Internet. There is a copy of the first ARPANET connection,
an early logical map of the ARPANET, as well as a wealth of other information.
Charles Babbage Institute - Huge
library with many resources
The Living Internet.com
- reference about the Internet, this according to the site owner and
after perusing the site for awhile you may very well agree. Warning,
do not go here unless you have some serious time to spend, once you
arrive you may not want to leave. The site is heavily cross-linked and
full of very interesting information.
History and patents
- some links to other encryption links, no real technical information
on cryptology on tHe page, but some good links
of the Internet
- 30 Years of RFCs - An RFC that does not describe an internet standard
but it reflects over the years of the Internet.
ITTF Internet Theory Task
Force, humorous site that has info on TCP, Usenet, and bitnet.
A brief history
of the Internet (ISOC) - Covers a wide variety of topics from the
origin of the computing interneting and the commercialization of technology.
It has a timeline too.
- Wide variety of Computing Topics ranging from "stone to
We May Think - An insightful article written in July 1945 by Vannevar
Bush. Bush first conceptualizes the hyperlink in this article from The
Bootstrap.org - Doug Englebart's
Bootstrap Institute Website.