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Busan APAN Meetings Internet Histories – Global, Asia, and Korea 2003.8.28 Kilnam Chon [email protected] Contents 1.1960s 2.1970s 3.1980s 4.1990s 5.2000s 6.Remarks Reference 1.1960s 2.1970s 3.1980s

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Busan APAN Meetings

Internet Histories – Global, Asia, and Korea

2003.8.28

Kilnam Chon

[email protected]


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Contents Busan APAN Meetings

1.1960s

2.1970s

3.1980s

4.1990s

5.2000s

6.Remarks

Reference


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1.1960s Busan APAN Meetings


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2.1970s Busan APAN Meetings


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3.1980s Busan APAN Meetings


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3.1 SDN Map Busan APAN Meetings

SDN Network Configuration (As of May 1985)

Source: PCCS (October 1985)


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3.2 AsiaNet Map Busan APAN Meetings

Asia/Pacific Net

Source: PCCS (October 1985)


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4. 1990s Busan APAN Meetings


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5. 2000s Busan APAN Meetings


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6. Remarks Busan APAN Meetings

(1) Need to develop "Asian Internet History (Museum)"

collectively. Who/which organization to coordinate?

(2) Need involvement of specialists in media, history,

museum and more as well as technology.

(3) The internet history could be prescriptive as well

as descriptive.

(4) Early archiving of artifacts is very important, but

difficult.


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Reference Busan APAN Meetings

  • An Atlas of Cyberspace http://www.cybergeography.org/atlas/

  • APANhttp://www.apan.net

  • APNGhttp://www.apng.org

  • APNIChttp://www.apnin.net

  • APRICOThttp://www.apricot.net

  • APTLDhttp://www.aptld.org

  • Carl Malamud, Exploring the Internet, October 1992, Prentice Hall Computer Books

  • IAK Internet Timeline http://www.iak.ne.kr/history/data/historyv1.0.xls

  • IAK Korea Internet Whitepaper 1997-1999

  • ICANNhttp://www.icann.org

  • ISOCInternet Histories http://www.isoc.org/internet/history/

  • Katie Hafner, Where Wizard Stay Up Late: The Origins of the Internet, Simon Schuster, 1998

  • NCA Whitepaper Internet Korea 2000-2003

  • Nerds 2.0.1 Timelinehttp://www.pbs.org/opb/nerds2.0.1/timeline

  • NGNOG mailing list archivehttp://archive.nznog.org/2001-03/msg00091.html

  • PCCSProceeding, Seoul, October 1985

  • Ronda Hauben, The Global Internet and the Coordination Challenge(Draft)

    http://www.columbia.edu/~rh120/other/international-dr.txt

  • Waldrop, M. Mitchell, The Dream Machine; :J.C.R. Licklider and the Revolution That Made Computing Personal, Penguin USA, August 2002


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