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The Future of Ideas, Random House, NY, 2001, p 276.)
(33) See Kirstein and Cerf's explanation of the conventions needed to make communication possible in their November 1978 article.
(34) Describing the work of Licklider and Taylor in their article "The Computer as a Communication Device", Michael Hauben writes:
“Their concept of the sharing of both computing and human

resources together matches the modern Net. The networking of

various human connections quickly forms, changes its goals,

disbands and reforms into new collaborations. The fluidity of such

group dynamics leads to a quickening of the creation of new ideas.

Groups can form to discuss an idea, focus in or broaden out and

reform to fit the new ideas that have been worked out." from "The Net

and Netizens: The Impact the Net has on People's Lives”, Chapter 1 in Netizens.


(35) Michael Hauben, “Preface”, Netizens.
(36) Peter Kirstein writes: "UCL was the first to introduce the Internet protocols as their sole way of communicating with the ARPANET in 1981. This was not to be pioneering. We changed computers and the new ones did not support NCP." (Kirstein, Email, October 3, 2002.)
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Computer History. Raul Rojas, Editor, Fitzroy Dearborn, Chicago,

2001, vol 1, pp. 465-466.


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and Computer History. Raul Rojas, Editor, Fitzroy Dearborn, Chicago,

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