Talk: The History of the Internet

Posted by on August 16, 2002

How Technological Advances Have Shaped the Culture of the Net

A Media Tank-sponsored talk by Chris Hardie, Principal of Summersault, LLC
Wednesday, August 21 * 7:00 pm
Civic House at UPenn * 3914 Locust Walk

Ever wanted to know how the Internet works? From TCP/IP to DSL, crazy letters will become clear in this short presentation and Q & A, so bring your questions.

Join Media Tank as we hear from Chris Hardie, an expert software writer, database developer and web consultant. As someone who has spent years working in the Internet field, he not only knows the history of its technological innovations, but how they’ve shaped the entire culture of the Net.

Learn how the Internet was created to better understand the coming changes.

Organized as part of Media Tank’s ongoing campaign for Internet democracy.

This event is free and open to the public. MEDIA TANK is a Philly nonprofit working to bring together media arts, education and activism to build a movement for media democracy.

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