Global Networking Timeline
Sources and Bibliography
Dr T. Matthew Ciolek,
Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies,
Australian National University, Canberra ACT 0200, Australia
Document created: 9 Jan 1999. Last updated: 26 Apr 2010
This document provides references to The Global Networking: a Timeline pages.
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The following persons have kindly supplied additional data or corrections to this document:
Ward Christensen, Chicago, IL, US
Dr. Bernhard Debatin, Ohio University, Athens, OH, US
Curtis M. Emerson, Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD, US
Ken Fussichen, US
Kathy Gill, Bellevue, WA, US
Raymond Lum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, US
Prof. Moo-Young Han, Dept of Physics, Duke University, US
Doug Pearson, NASA Ames Research Center, US
Jean Armour Polly, www.netmom.com, ?Canada
Cornelis Robat, The History of Computing Foundation, US
Prof. David Rosenberg, Middlebury College, VT, US
Prof. Nirvikar Singh, Dept of Economics and Social Sciences, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA, US.
Michael Swogger, www.realnetworks.com, Seattle, WA, US
Abby Zito, Middlebury College, VT, US
Bronson, Po. 2000. The Man Who E-mailed the World.
Reader's Digest, Vol 157, No.944, December 2000, Australian edition, pp. 49-54.
Brown, Dorcas and David Anthony. 1997.
Soft Bits and Hard Questions. International Institute for Ancient Equestrian Studies, Hartwick College, NY. (v. Jan 1997).
Bush, Vannevar. 1945. As We May Think. The Atlantic Monthly, July 1945; Volume 176, No. 1; pages 101-108.
Byrne, Eddie. 2000. Altavista - a history;
Excite - a history;
Infoseek - a history;
Lycos - a history;
WebCrawler - a history.
In WebSerch: The Web Research Resource. (v. 2000).
Hadden, Jeffrey. K. and Douglas E. Cowan. 2000. The Promised Land or Electronic Chaos? Toward Understanding Religion on the Internet. In Hadden, J.K. and D.E. Cowan (Eds.), Religion on the Internet: Research Prospects and Promises (pp.3-21). 2000. Amsterdam/London/New York: JAI Press.
Han, Moo-Young. 1999. Personal communication. Email. 7 Jan 1999.
Hafner, Katie. 2001. The 30-Year Path of E-Mail. The New York Times: Technology/Circuits. December 6, 2001.
Nelson, Lynn. H. 1998. Personal communication. Email. 4 May 1998.
Net-Happenings Digest (NET-HAPPENINGS@HYPATIA.CS.WISC.EDU). 2000.
Special issue - 3 May 2000 to 4 May 2000 (#2000-251). [The
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