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[ih] Internet Archive has some Internet History documents

John Gilmore <gnu at toad.com> writes:

>   https://archive.org/search.php?query=arpanet
> This metadata search produces about 500 documents, videos and audio
> recordings, most of which look pretty relevant.  Many came from the
> Defense Technical Information Center.  If you also have it look in the
> digitized text of books and documents, you get more like 13,000:
>   https://archive.org/search.php?query=arpanet&sin=TXT

> For example, they have this one by BBN digitized:
>   DTIC ADA092065: ARPANET Routing Algorithm Improvements
>   https://archive.org/details/DTIC_ADA092065

Oh, no I've read too much history today. No, I'm not going to read BBN's
report 3940 also... oh, heck, I just did.


A search for the "arpanet protocol handbook" (mentioned earlier this
week as at the computer history museum but undigitized) came up empty
but with an intriguing reference to another handbook entirely:


How does one go about an interlibrary loan between these orgs?

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