This subcategory contains 25 links
A Brief History of the Internet(37 clicks)
Walt Howe's anecdotal history.An Atlas of CyberSpaces(36 clicks)
Historical Maps of ARPANET and the Internet.
Awards to the Historical Text Archive(32 clicks)
We have to brag at all of our awards!Before the Web: the early development of History on-line(39 clicks)
Browser Emulators(40 clicks)
See how we used to do it! Emulates the old browsers.Carrie: A Full-Text Online Library(40 clicks)
Lynn Nelson tells the story of the creation of Carrie, a story which also involves the creation of the HTA.Digital History(147 clicks)
Electronic Mail and Historians (1991)(31 clicks)
Pioneering article. See how far we've come!Electronic Sources for West European History and Culture(37 clicks)
Document from 1994.History and the Internet(31 clicks)
A guide by Patrick Reagan. EXCELLENT.History at your Fingertips(35 clicks)
Subtitled Electronic Information and Communication for Historians. By Thomas Zielke
History of the Historical Text Archive(31 clicks)
How it all began in 1989!History of the Internet(32 clicks)
A variety of histories including usenet and BITNET.History of the Internet(52 clicks)
YouTube videoHNSource, the First History Site on the WWW (31 clicks)
How Discussion Lists are Transformed into Networks(31 clicks)
The H-NET, Humanities OnLine Experience by David Halsted and Melanie Shell. Internet for Historians, History of the Internet(35 clicks)
Course outlineInternet Histories(39 clicks)
Great articles on the history of the Internet. Internet Timeline(54 clicks)
Traces the history of the Internet.Logging in as an Anonymous Guest(32 clicks)
Presented to the Mid-America Conference on History, meeting at the University of
Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas, September 17, 1992.
Transmitted through computer telecommunications. Museum of Media History(32 clicks)
Nethistory: An Informal History of BITNET and the Internet(36 clicks)
"The purpose of NetHistory is to give you a feeling for what it was like in the pioneering days of BITNET and the Internet. Hopefully, you will gain some perspective and come to understand the early Internet experience (although one could argue that the experience in question is a lot like sitting in front of a mainframe terminal in the middle of the night with a Twinkie-and-Jolt buzz). At worst, you should find it entertaining."
rebecca's pocket(35 clicks)
weblogs: a history and perspectiveThe Internet Archive Wayback Machine(36 clicks)
"The Internet Archive, working with Alexa Internet, has created the Wayback Machine. The Wayback Machine makes it possible to surf pages stored in the Internet Archive's web archive." Usenet history(34 clicks)
Interesting site about one of the former mainstays of the Internet.