[ih] Finding the ARPA's Request for quotation (july-august 1968)
cls at rkey.com
Mon May 12 11:52:24 PDT 2003
The title is "Where Wizards Stay up Late."
It's a friendly read and carries a nice narrative (which is partly why
it became a best seller), but I think Janet Abbate's "Inventing the
Internet" feels more thorough.
Perhaps it's up to you folks to say which one is closer to getting it
Thet U Texas is very impressive. I've noticed that that it's one of the
only places that still holds pieces of the early NameDroppers archives.
thorough, and I think it was
> You might want to try and touch base with Katie Hafner, who did the definitive
> history of the early ARPANet ("When Wizards Stay up Late", I think is the
> title), and see if she has any suggestions for additional critical materials.
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