04-WebHistoryAndWorkings

04-WebHistoryAndWorkings - HDCC105 September 19, 2011 How...

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Unformatted text preview: HDCC105 September 19, 2011 How The Web Works The Internet Started as US government-funded ARPANET. Multiple networks and protocols began to emerge and then merge into one large network of networks. The Evolution of the Internet 1969: The ARPANET goes online. American B-52 bombers drop 3,000-ton bombs at Cambodian boundary Stonewall riot in New York City marks beginning of gay rights movement Apollo 11 lands humans on our moon Woodstock takes place Sesame Street debuts 1973: Network-based e-mail standards proposed Chile's President, Salvador Allende, is deposed in a military coup by General Augusto Pinochet Egypt launches first attack of Yom Kippur War on Israel Arab oil producers impose total oil embargo on USA 1980s: networks around the world also started using the Internet Protocols. 1983: all ARPANET communications standardized. Late 1980s: two major US networks were connected (ARPANET and NSFNET) and globally others began connecting using the same protocols. ...information wants to be free... (Stewart Brand) & Historical Tensions Global Framework Elin O'Hara Slavick "World Map, Protesting Cartography: Places the United States has Bombed 1854-Ongoing." Digital Military Camo 5...
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