the Internet: What is the Internet?
Internet news, histories of the Internet, other interesting sites,
issues, statistics, standards, the Internet Code of Conduct, and more.
The Internet SOCiety (ISOC) is a professional membership society with
more than 150 organizational and 6,000 individual members in over 100
countries providing leadership in addressing issues that confront the
future of the Internet, and is the organization home for the groups
responsible for Internet infrastructure standards.
University Computing History Museum
A virtual museum tour and the history of computing online. The Museum
is the result of years of artifact collecting by Dr. Thomas J. (Tim)
Bergin of the Computer Science and Information Systems Department.
of Historical Events in Computing
A compilation of historical computing events that have been taken
from a variety of sources. The source(s) of each entry are coded and
shown after each entry.
Museum History Center
Five decades of computing history searchable by year or topic, online
exhibits, and more. Established in 1996, The Computer Museum History
Center is a non-profit entity dedicated to the preservation and celebration
of computing history. It is home to one of the largest collections of
computing artifacts in the world.
of Computing Information
Information about the history of computing. Documents from the home
of the ENIAC (the world's first electronic digital computer), the U.
S. Army Research Lab.
Age: People, Computers and Technology
Photographs and basic information from the exhibition, "Information
Age: People, Information & Technology" in the Smithsonian's
National Museum of American History, which displays visually and interactively
how electrical information technology has changed our society over the
last 150 years.
The history of the Internet, World Wide Web, usenet newsgroups, electronic
mail, Internet-relay chat, mailing lists, multi-user dungeons and Internet
new sites. Developed by Bill Stewart, a system engineering manager for
a system integration program with a leading aerospace company, where
he has also held jobs as a chief engineer, system architect, system
engineer, and software lead.
Overview of the History of the Software Industry
Developments, companies, people and anecdotes in the history
of software from the 1950s through the 1970s. The Software History Center
is dedicated to preserving the history of the software industry starting
from its beginnings in the 1950s.
Notable Women of Computing
In-depth biographical and professional information on 12 women pioneers
of computing, with a photo gallery and links to other resources, from
the Ada Project (TAP), a clearinghouse for information and resources
related to women in computing.
Virtual Museum of Computing
A comprehensive collection of web sites connected with the history of
computing and on-line computer-based exhibits available both locally
and around the world, from Oxford University.
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