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[ih] Internet History - Commercialization (was Re: When did "32" bits for IP register as "not enough"?)

Speaking as someone who was entirely outside the mainstream of Internet
development, and just looking to swap media with other folks, even trumpet
winsock etc was beyond our grasp.

The walls fell with the release of Netcom's Netcruiser in 94, essentially
ip/tcp, mosaic, archie, gopher, irc, telnet, ftp in a box.  That, combined
with a 386 system, and the world was your oyster.

Joly MacFie  218 565 9365 Skype:punkcast
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