Railroads, on the one hand, revolutionized the transport of people as well as goods and on the other hand also allowed the spheres of political influence to grow over vast land distances. The Berlin to Baghdad railway is an historical example of this and possibly quite relevant for our times as well.
I finished cleaning up the template system for the blog post generation and I thought it would be time to introduce a new and updated design.
This is an exceptionally interesting interview with Leonard Kleinrock by the IEEE Computer Society on the on the origins of the internet and the creation of the packet switching network link between UCLA and SRI in 1969.
An interesting blog post from the internet archive about the longevity of information. Formats, interfaces and protocols change and keeping computer files readable over long periods of time is difficult.
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