National Science Foundation Network
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A National Science Foundation Network (NSFNET) foi um programa de financiamento da internet, patrocinado pela National Science Foundation (NSF) entre 1985 e 1995, para promover uma rede de educação e pesquisa nos Estados Unidos.
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Referências[editar | editar código-fonte]
- NSFNET: The Partnership That Changed The World, Web site for an event held to celebrate the NSFNET, November 2007
- The Internet - changing the way we communicate, the National Science Foundation's Internet history
- RFC 1118: The Hitchhikers Guide to the Internet, E. Krol, September 1989
- NSF 87-37: Project Solicitation for Management and Operation of the NSFNET Backbone Network, June 15, 1987.
- NSFNET - National Science Foundation Network in the history section of the Living Internet
Ligações externas[editar | editar código-fonte]
- The Internet - the Launch of NSFNET, National Science Foundation
- NSFNET: A Partnership for High-Speed Networking, Final Report 1987-1995, Karen D. Frazer, Merit Network, Inc., 1995
- NSF and the Birth of the Internet, National Science Foundation, December 2007
- NSFNET notes, summary, photos, reflections, and a video, from Hans-Werner Braun, Co-Principal Investigator for the NSFNET Project at Merit Network, and later, Research Scientist at the University of California San Diego, and Adjunct Professor at San Diego State University
- "Fool Us Once Shame on You—Fool Us Twice Shame on Us: What We Can Learn from the Privatizations of the Internet Backbone Network and the Domain Name System", Jay P. Kesan and Rajiv C. Shah, Washington University Law Review, Volume 79, Issue 1 (2001)
- "The Rise of the Internet", one of IBM’s 100 Icons of Progress, by Stephen Grillo, February 11, 2011, highlights IBM's contribution to NSFNET as part of its celebration of IBM's centennial year
- Merit Network: A history
- NSFNET Link Letter Archive, April 1988 (Vol. 1 No. 1) to July 1994 (Vol. 7 No. 1), text only, a web and FTP site provided by the Finnish IT center for science
- Reflection on NSFNet