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The 1934 Internet

A very smart fellow named Paul Otlet put the basic ideas together 74 years ago:

However, that was only his latest-and-greatest thinking on the subject. In fact, he attempted to implement a more primitive version of the Internet in the 19th century!


H.G. Wells had some similar ideas.

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