[TUHS] ARPAnet now 4 nodes

Clem Cole clemc at ccc.com
Wed Dec 5 06:50:45 AEST 2018

That's correct.  Although it was 1969.   I just sent Dave the paper from
the IEEE Annals of History of Computing:   1058-6180/15   [2015] Called
'The Production and Interpretation of APRANET Maps" by Fidler and Currie

On Tue, Dec 4, 2018 at 3:45 PM Dave Horsfall <dave at horsfall.org> wrote:

> The ARPAnet reached four nodes on this day in 1969 (anyone know their
> names?); at least one "history" site reckoned the third node was connected
> in 1977 (and I'm still waiting for a reply to my correction).  Well, I can
> believe that perhaps there were only three left by then...
> Hmmm...  According to my notes, the nodes were UCSB, UCLA, SRI, and Utah.
> -- Dave
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