On This Evening 44 Years Ago The First Data Travelled Between Two Nodes Of The ARPANET—Which Would Eventually Become The Internet

Let’s take a collective moment right now to appreciate what the Internet has become since two young programmers—Charles Kline at UCLA and Bill Duvall at SRI in Northern California—came across a radical idea: networking computers to each other. They helped develop ARPANET, and the rest is history.

(computerhistory.org via Reddit)

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