In A Quarter Century of Unix Peter Salus explored the history of Unix; in Casting the Net he turns to the history of the Internet. After a brief look at the “prehistory”. Request PDF on ResearchGate | Casting the Net: From ARPANET to Internet and Beyond | From the Book:At a time when the Internet has occupied the covers. Casting the Net has 11 ratings and 2 reviews. Manuel J. said: Even considering that the book is a bit sketchy, it’s also a very good source for the under.
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Preview — Casting the Net by Peter H. A source of information concerning Internet’s protocols and technical standards, this reference is concerned with the foundations of the superhighway.
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Oct 25, George rated it liked it. It does contain a lot of information and a number of good references.
Unfortunately, even though I’m highly interested in the topic, the reading feels more like a listing of facts and events; not a coherent piece where reading will flow. For example, the Where Wizards Stay Up Latewhich deals with the exact same topic, reads like a novel.
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Nonetheless, this book contains some information not found there, so if you really want to get more details on the topic, you should have a look at it. Dec 06, Manuel J. Even considering that the book is a bit ro, it’s also a very good source for the understanding of the internet foundations.
Jan 17, Alain van Hoof rated it really liked it Shelves: The inclusion of a lot of RFC’s is overdone.
Casting the Net: From ARPANET to Internet and Beyond (Peter Salus)
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