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28 JANUARY 2009

An animated history of the Internet's technological development

"'History of the internet' is an animated documentary explaining the inventions from time–sharing to file–sharing, from arpanet to internet.
The history is told with help of the PICOL icons, which are also a part of my diploma."
(Melih Bilgil)

Created by: Melih Bilgil; Steve Taylor; Stefan Badragan; Arnaud de Mouhy

[An elegant 2D animation illustrating aspects of the development of the Internet. Despite its strong visual aesthetic however the project offers little more than the rather familiar tale oft told of technological innovation and development. It overlooks the profound social and cultural factors that initially gave rise to the development of the Internet and that has enabled it grow in significance since.]

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CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
09 SEPTEMBER 2008

W3C: standardising the web

"The W3C mission is to lead the World Wide Web to its full potential by developing protocols and guidelines that ensure the long–term growth of the Web. Below we discuss important aspects of this mission, all of which further W3C's vision of One Web."

(World Wide Web Consortium)

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TAGS

19941995adoption of standardsagreementARPAnetCERN • compatibility • computer scienceconsortium • core principles • DARPA • Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency • digital cultureEuropean Commission • European Organization for Nuclear Research • guidelinesHTML • incompatibility • inconsistency • industry members • information technology • INRIA • international communityInternet • Jeffrey Jaffe • knowledge management • LCS • Massachusetts Institute of Technology Laboratory • member organisations • MITnew medianew standardsone webontologypredictabilityprinciplesprotocolssemantic websoftware engineeringsolutionspecificationstandardisationstandards compliantstandards-based web technologiesstructurestructured datatechnologyTim Berners-Leeunificationusability • vendors • W3Cwebweb pagesweb standards • World Wide Web Consortium

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
09 JANUARY 2004

A Brief History of Virtual Communities



1968 ARPA Paper Predicts Emergence of Virtual Communities
1998–99 Portals Add Community
1992–93 "Virtual Communities"
1994–95 Netscape
1996–97 Intranets
1986–91 Lotus Notes, Internet Relay Chat, Listserv Introduced
1985 America Online Launched
1978–81 Usenet Newsgroups, First BBSs and MUDs Developed
1976–77 EIES Scientific Virtual Community
1973 First E–mail Message Sent
1969 First ARPAnet Node Installed
1979–84 Online Services Debut (Compuserve, Prodigy, the Source)
1985 Whole Earth –Lectronic Link (the Well) Launched
Communities On Line (GrandNet, etc.)
Commerce Communities (Amazon.com, etc.)
Net Gain "Homesteaders" (GeoCities, etc.)
Communityware


Original link no longer active
Page title: A brief history of virtual communities
URL: http://www.infonortics.com/vc/1999/cothrel/tsld017.htm and http://www.geocities.com/juneling82/ws1p

TAGS

AOLARPAnet • EIES • IntranetListservNetscapeUsenetvirtual communities
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