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Retrocomputing and machines that made the Net [Technology]
posted July 4 2014 14:44.39 by spic0m




CircleCitycon 2014 was held in Indianapolis, Indiana in June, 2014. Pete Friedman gave this presentation on the Unix and Unix-like systems that formed the early internet, and how they can provide interesting historical and technical perspectives for the modern hacker.



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