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Well, gee, that puts DARPA out of the
compSci business. Anyway, some say
anything worth hearing about programming
was said by 1956.
Note who funded Fielding's paper and the
last folks acknowledged in the
MIT book you referenced. I look for the
first mover and usually find the subtle
but incredibly deep and expressive reach
of the hand of the American defense budget.
Paranoids build better systems than Bible salesmen. ;-)
From: Bill de hOra [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
I applaud the sentiment. There's very little innovation worth
having in computers, that wasn't already thought of and implemented