Decoding The Physical Internet

A Futuristic Vision: Cargo Moving Through a Global Network as Seamlessly as Data Across the Web The first email was sent in 1971, and many...

A Futuristic Vision: Cargo Moving Through a Global Network as Seamlessly as Data Across the Web

The first email was sent in 1971, and many people look to this as a pivotal moment in the history of the internet.

Flag day, which occurred in 1983, was arguably even more important to enabling the modern internet because that’s when ARPANET switched over to TCP/IP. This is the protocol that standardized data packets in a way that made it possible to transmit information to and from a wide variety of computers and networks. [Full Story]

 

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