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The great enemy of the Truth is very often not the Lie. (deliberate, continued, & dishonest), but the Myth. (persistent, persuasive & unrealistic). John F. Kennedy ...

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The great enemy of theTruth is very often not theLie (deliberate, continued, & dishonest),
but theMyth (persistent, persuasive & unrealistic). JohnF. Kennedy
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COMPARTIR CONEIXEMENT
Conèixer el passat per crear el futur
Presentar eines col.laboratives
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¿ Cómo imaginar la Estructura de la Red ?
Únicamente aquellos que són citados dos veces por otros pioneros locales reconocidos son entrevistados personalmente.
DISTRIBUTED Red Social de Pioneros
EUROPA, AMERICA, Países OCDE y ahora AFRICA
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1970s Proprietary Systems Environment
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LA PREHISTORIA DE INTERNET UN RELATO SOBRE LO DESCONOCIDO
Larry Roberts’ interview excerpts: 07-Mar-1964 First Paper on Secure Packetized Voice, Paul Baran, "On Distributed Communications Networks", IEEE Transactions on Systems. It is from this paper that the rumor was started that the Internet was created by the military to withstand nuclear war.This is totally false. Even though this Rand work was based on this premise, the ARPANET and the Internet stemmed from the MIT work of Licklider, Kleinrock and Roberts, and had no relation toRAND Corp.Paul Barano Baran s work. 'pable del mito nuclear
The ARPANET program as proposed to Congress by Roberts was to explore computerresource sharingand packet switched communica-tions and had nothing to do with nuclear war or survivability. Reliability, however was one of the key network issues that dictated packet switching.
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