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History of the Internet
Internet Timeline

A Brief History of the Internet

The History of the Internet in a Nutshell

History Of Computing: A Virtual Field Trip

History of the Internet on Vimeo

The unrecognizable Internet of 1996

Kitchen Table Computers: Resources and Information for Ordinary People Who Want To Build Their Own PC's

Old Computers - rare, vintage and obsolete computers

Searching the Internet a Cybrary Man page

My background with computers.

In 1967 I wrote a term paper for a Sociology course and I predicted teaching machines in the classroom.  My professor gave me a very hard time about that.  In 1968 I took a computer programming class (using punch cards!) In the early 1980's I was on the Internet and began using computers in the classroom in the late 1980's.

One way we used the Internet in the Library...(1998)
A math class was in my library doing a cooperative learning lesson on fractions and percentages using M & M packages. The students wanted to know why the packages were not uniform in quantity. Cybrary Man immediately had the students email M&M/Mars. That same day they got the following answer with the average mix of colors in percentages: “Because of the difference in the sizes of the individual candy, the number of pieces per package varies. However, the package should be the indicated weight.”

 A (Subjective) History of Tech in Schools