References and bibliograpy.

Hypertext References

2L670: Hypermedia Structures and Systems
History of Hypertext
An Overview of Hypertext and IR systems and applications
History of hypertext and hypermedia
An Introduction to the World Wide Web / Hypertext
An Introduction to the World Wide Web / Introduction
"The WebMaster Speaks..." 1-1
Books for Sale
A Brief History
A Brief History
Computer History
The Media History Project
ENSP 482: History
A Brief History of Hypermedia
A Little History
WRL:Web: History
Hypertext: An Overview
Table of Contents for Chapter One. Hypertext and Critical Theory
The Definition of Hypertext and Its History as a Concept
History of the Web
A Short History of the Web
Moritx paper on Hypertext part 3
Moritz paper on memetics (hypertext I)
Useful WWW Sites on Hypertext
CCH1001H: Hypertext and hypermedia
Hypertext at Brown
Learning about World-Wide Web
World Wide Web FAQ
World Wide Web FAQ
Frequently asked questions by the Press - Tim BL
Article on Tim BL in New York Times 17 Dec 1995
NCSA Overview
World-Wide Web Servers: Summary
Internet Domain Survey
Hobbes' Internet Timeline
EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet
EFF's (Extended) Guide to the Internet - Table of Contents
A Little History of the World Wide Web
Hot Topic: Internet 25th Anniversary

Internet History

Guide to Cyberspace 6.1: Contents
Netizens Netbook
Chapter One
Silicon Valley History: View from Internet Valley
Guide to Mapping the Internet
Internet History


Communications Graphics, Matthew P. Murgio, ©1969, Reinhold Book Corporation, New York, NY

The Digital Word: Text-Based Computing in the Humanities, George P. Landow and Paul Delany, ©1993, the MIT Press, Cambridge, MA

Literacy Online: The Promise (And Peril) of Reading and Writing with Computers, Myron C. Tuman, ©1992, Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, PA

Multimedia: Gateway to the Next Millenium, Robert Aston and Joyce Schwarz, ©1994, Academic Press Professional, Cambridge, MA

Sociomedia: Multimedia, Hypermedia, and the Social Construction of knowledge, Edward Barrett, ©1992, the MIT Press, Cambridge, MA

Chris Boraski