Computers & the Internet
History of Computers and The Internet
An Interactive Site Devoted to the History of Computers and Artificial Intelligence in Film
Sections include: Intelligence ; Fear ; God ; Love ; Self ; Visual Gallery ; Sound Gallery ; Filmography ; Early Cinema ; 1950s ; 1960s ; 1970s ; 1980s ; 1990s.
By Matthew Hurt, University of Illinois Dept. of English
History of Computer Security
Computer Security Paper Archive Project
"This list of papers was initially distributed on CD-ROM at NISSC '98. These papers are unpublished, seminal works in computer security. They are papers every serious student of computer security should read. They are not easy to find. The goal of this collection is to make them widely available. This list was compiled by the Computer Security Laboratory of the Computer Science Department at the University of California, Davis."
- Computer Security Resource Center, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Internet Society (ISOC)
Sections include: Internet History ; Education & Training ; Public Policy ; Standards & Protocols ; Chapters ; Conferences ; Discuss.
- A Brief History of the Internet
"by those who made the history, including Barry M. Leiner , Vinton G. Cerf , David D. Clark, Robert E. Kahn, Leonard Kleinrock, Daniel C. Lynch, Jon Postel, Lawrence G. Roberts, Stephen Wolff."
RAND Technical Reports (free online versions)
University of Minnesota - Charles Babbage Institute - Center for the History of Information Technology
"...is dedicated to promoting study of the history of information technology and information processing and their impact on society."
Sections include: Web Sites ; Bibliographies & Research Tools ; Research Collections ; Vintage Machines ; Hollywood & Computers.
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