The internet is 35, but it still has to grow
August 30th, 2004

Thirty-five years ago, on September 2, computer scientists at UCLA linked two computers to test a new way to exchange data over networks. Today, the Internet remains a work in progress.

University researchers are experimenting with ways to increase its capacity and speed. Programmers are trying to imbue Web pages with intelligence. And work is underway to re-engineer the network to reduce spam and security troubles.

Details in CNN, via Archinect.

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