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The Netizens and the Wonderful World of the Net: An Anthology
Table of Contents
Part I - Automation and the Net
Chapter 1 - The Evolution of Usenet News: The Poor Man's Arpanet
2 - "`Arte', Computers and Usenet News"
Part II - Perspective
Chapter 3 - The Social Forces Behind The Development of Usenet News
Chapter 4 -
From Arpanet to Usenet: On the Nourishment of the
5 - Role of Unix in the Development of the Net and in the
Automation of Telephone Support Operations
Chapter 6 - Behind the Net: The Untold Story of the Arpanet
Part III - The Net and the Netizens - What the Net Means to the
7 - The Net and the Netizens: The Impact the Net Has on
Chapter 8 - Interview with A Net Pioneer: On Usenet News and
Part IV - The Net: Common Wealth or Private Profit
9 - The Expanding Commonwealth of Learning: The Printing
Press and the Net
Chapter 10 - The Computer As Democratizer
11 - AUP and Government Plans and Proposals
Chapter 12 - Imminent Death of the Net is Predicted!
13 - Proposed Declaration of the Rights of Netizens
Chapter 14 - The Soul of the Net and the Future of Usenet
and Computer Science
CityNet in New Zealand
Beginning of the Network Working Group and the Origins of RFCs
(Suggestions for articles to be included in this section are requested)
A selection of some of the important articles that have contributed to the
theory and practice of the development of the current Global Network.
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