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  • Philipp Rösler - NetAffair
    It s the future part 1 1 0 16 Chapter 1 Technology is always also politics href stories Technology is always also politics IN SCIENCE Chapter 1 Technology is always also politics Read transcript Listen to all parts Source Zukunft in digitaler Welt mo ma morgenmagazin ZDF 17 May 2013 Transcript Das ist eine Frage Wie erkennt auch die Wirtschaft die Bedeutung der digitalen Welt Da sind wir jetzt gerade

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  • Tony Rutkowski - NetAffair
    origins as that 1865 meeting of the French But in reality most of the ideas go back to this Austro Hungarian union It was the Austro Hungarian Telegraph Union that met in Dresden in 1850 Transcript LP Then the Americans became part of the ITU efforts through the transatlantic cables They had to invent some changes at that time because it was Western Union rather than the United States government that was operating these systems So they created this concept of Recognised Operating Agency that could basically enter into the same treaty agreement that the nations did But then the telephone came into being and so they adapted or basically accommodated the telephone Then you got wireless communications in the early part of the twentieth century and so this became the home for international work on what are sort of the rules of the road and what the standards ought to be for interconnecting radio systems And then again the technologies just kept on evolving You had the satellite systems in the sixties that basically got added into the scope of the work and then you had the data communication systems first packet networks and then internets and electronic mail and all kinds of new services Even the World Wide Web was done here in the form of SGML That was all done during the eighties And then what is kind of fascinating in many ways if you get into the nineties the DARPA Internet technology came into the public marketplace and this organisation in a sense for some years went into a kind of a depression All of this work they had done a good portion of it sort of failed in the marketplace So there was this period essentially from 1996 and I would say until maybe 2002

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  • Peter Kirstein - NetAffair
    Name System The British way of doing it was the Network Registration Scheme By the time I was running the service we re now in the early 1980s late 1970s early 1980s one of the things I had to do every day was to translate the complete file between the British scheme and the American scheme to keep them up to date Because when they talked to the British they had to talk in the British way when they talked to the Americans they had to talk in the American way and then do the translation in between Transcript LP There has always been nationalism in anything technical And when one country one project one country developed the scheme the temptation is for the people who do it next to say the first people did it wrong we do it properly In the case of the Domain Name Service well the British had another method but even when they decided to have something like the Domain Name Service they decided that the American had it wrong So where America or the US would have computer science CS dot UCS for University College London dot EDU for the educational research establishment for all education the British decided to do it the other way around UK for the country dot AC for academic the decided to use different two letters than the Americans of course dot UCL dot CS because that was the logical way to do it I tried to tell them please do not do that because I would have to translate them backwards and forwards but that is one of the things I had to do for the next seven or eight nine years And that survived until Czechoslovakia joined the Internet Because what I was doing was I

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  • Podcast - NetAffair
    parts The Internet s Nearly Forgotten History Part Two in German part 2 5 22 21 Read transcript Listen to all parts The Internet s Nearly Forgotten History Part Three in German part 3 5 22 04 Read transcript Listen to all parts The Internet s Nearly Forgotten History Part Four in German part 4 5 22 21 Read transcript Listen to all parts In Memoriam Hubert Zimmermann What else

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  • Podcast - NetAffair
    Part Three in German part 3 5 22 04 Read transcript Listen to all parts The Internet s Nearly Forgotten History Part Four in German part 4 5 22 21 Read transcript Listen to all parts In Memoriam Hubert Zimmermann What else do you want to know part 5 5 10 57 Read transcript Listen to all parts Hubert Zimmermann 1941 2012 Interview in Paris July 14th 2005 Further infos

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  • Podcast - NetAffair
    Forgotten History Part Three in German part 3 5 22 04 Read transcript Listen to all parts The Internet s Nearly Forgotten History Part Four in German part 4 5 22 21 Read transcript Listen to all parts In Memoriam Hubert Zimmermann What else do you want to know part 5 5 10 57 Read transcript Listen to all parts Hubert Zimmermann 1941 2012 Interview in Paris July 14th 2005

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  • Podcast - NetAffair
    Part Two in German part 2 5 22 21 Read transcript Listen to all parts The Internet s Nearly Forgotten History Part Three in German part 3 5 22 04 Read transcript Listen to all parts The Internet s Nearly Forgotten History Part Four in German part 4 5 22 21 Read transcript Listen to all parts In Memoriam Hubert Zimmermann What else do you want to know part 5

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  • Podcast - NetAffair
    Nearly Forgotten History Part Two in German part 2 5 22 21 Read transcript Listen to all parts The Internet s Nearly Forgotten History Part Three in German part 3 5 22 04 Read transcript Listen to all parts The Internet s Nearly Forgotten History Part Four in German part 4 5 22 21 Read transcript Listen to all parts In Memoriam Hubert Zimmermann What else do you want to

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