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dperrings

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Sep 11, 2011, 5:10:28 PM9/11/11
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WBPickett

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Sep 11, 2011, 5:57:22 PM9/11/11
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David: Excellent post. Just think what might be possible for those
researching the origins and evolution of the WWW if those original
source materials, many of which are in scattered archival settings but
undigitized (and many of which are still in private hands) were
available on the Web (the Web thereby mobilized for the purpose of
revealing itself). If the newspaper project mentioned in today's NYT
article reaches completion, at least researchers will be able to find
out what journalists were saying about HTTP, HTML, and URLs and how
the first Website in the U.S. appeared at the SLAC Linear Accelerator
Center at Stanford.

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