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eBook Media Viewer Series #47
Title: A Brief History of the Internet - The Bright Side: The Dark Side
Author: Michael S. Hart
Genre: Computer Science
The Internet Conquers Space, Time, and Mass Production...
Michael Hart called it NeoMass Production [TM] in 1971... and published the U.S. Declaration of Independence on the and no one was listening...or were they? ???careful!!!! If the governments, universities or colleges of the world wanted people to be educated, they certainly could have a copy of things like the Declaration of Independence where everyone could get an electronic copy. After all, it has been over 25 years since the Internet began as government funded projects among our universities, and only 24 years since the Declaration was posted, followed by the Bill of Rights, Constitution, the Bible, Shakespeare, etc.