A couple of months in the laboratory can frequently save a couple of hours in the library.
– Frank Westheimer, Professor of Chemistry.
More than 2K links to some of the best Internet resources are woven into the text of the site, and each chapter has a section on more information. A few older references are listed below, some of which may be available only in archives.
- Coombs, Norman; Liberation Technology; EDU Magazine, 1992; Digital Equipment Corporation.
- Grim; Grim’s History Of Talkers.
- Hauben, Michael; NetBook and other writings; Columbia College of Columbia University BA in computer science.
- Hauben, Michael; Hauben, Ronda; The Amateur Computerist Online magazine.
- Kernan, John; Historical Distributed Systems: The ARPANET; ICSA750.
- LaQuey, Tracy; Reynolds, Joyce K.; Roubicek, Karen; Stahl, Mary; Yuan, Aileen; FYI on Where to Start – A Bibliography of Internetworking Information; RFC 1175; August 1990.
- Laursen, Jesper Vissing; The Internet: Past, Present and Future – Internet & WWW History.
- NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL; Realizing the Information Future: The Internet and Beyond; NATIONAL ACADEMY PRESS; National Academy of Sciences.
- O’Reilly & Associates, Open Sources Voices from the Open Source Revolution, 1999.
- Panitz, Aliza R.; How to find the right place to post (FAQ).
- Reid, Elizabeth M.; Electropolis: Communication And Community On Internet Relay Chat; Department Of History – Honours Thesis; 1991.
- Rheingold, Howard; The Virtual Community; 1998.
- Rheingold, Howard; Tools for Thought.
- Salampasis, Mike; Hypermedia.
- Trigg, Randall H.; Hypermedia as Integration: Recollections, Reflections and Exhortations; Keynote Address, Hypertext ’96 Conference, Washington, DC, March 20, 1996; Xerox Palo Alto Research Center.
- University of Texas; THINK: Technical Histories of Network Protocols.
- Woolley, David R; PLATO: The Emergence of On-Line Community; Computer-Mediated Communication Magazine; Volume 1, Number 3 / July 1, 1994 / Page 5.