History[ edit ] There are a large number of Smalltalk variants. The first version, termed Smalltalk, was created by Kay in a few mornings on a bet that a programming language based on the idea of message passing inspired by Simula could be implemented in "a page of code". Its syntax and execution model were very different from modern Smalltalk variants.
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In part, the open letter stated: Many on these lists are concerned with making the Internet architecture work in the real world. Failures contain the lessons one often needs to achieve success. Success rarely leads to a search for new solutions. Recommendations are made for short and long term improvements to the Internet.
There are no charges based on usage unless your Internet connection is via an X. Obviously, someone pays for the leased lines, router hardware, and the like, but this "someone" is, by and large, not the same "someone" who is sending the packets.
In the context of the Research ARPANET, the "free use" paradigm was an appropriate strategy, and it has paid handsome dividends in the form of developing leading edge packet switching technologies. Unfortunately, there is a significant side-effect with both the management and technical ramifications of the current Internet paradigm: In terms of management, it is difficult to determine who exactly is responsible for a particular component of the Internet.
From a technical side, responsible engineering and efficiency has been replaced by the purchase of T1 links. Without an economic basis, further development of short-term Internet technology has been skewed.
The most interesting innovations in Internet engineering over the last five years have occurred in resource poor, not resource rich, environments. Some of the best known examples of innovative Internet efficiency engineering are John Nagle's tiny-gram avoidance and ICMP source-quench mechanisms documented in RFC, Van Jacobsen's slow-start algorithms and Phil Karn's retransmission timer method.
In the Nagle, Jacobsen and Karn environments, it was not possible or cost effective to solve the performance and resource problems by simply adding more bandwidth -- some innovative engineering had to be done.
Interestingly enough, their engineering had a dramatic impact on our understanding of core Internet technology. As in the Nagle, Jacobsen and Karn cases, there are many environments where adding another T1 link can not be used to solve the problem. Unless innovation continues in Internet technology, our less than optimal protocols will perform poorly in bandwidth or resource constrained environments.
Developing at roughly the same time as Internet technology have been the "cost-sensitive" technologies and services, such as the various X. These technologies are all based on the notion that bandwidth costs money and the subscriber pays for the resources used.
This has the notable effect of focusing innovation to control costs and maximize efficiency of available resources and bandwidth.
For example, bandwidth conservation in the UUCP dial-up network has multiplied by leaps and bounds in the modem market with the innovation of Paul Baran's the grandfather of packet switching technology company, Telebit, which manufactures a For another example, although strictly line-at-a-time terminal sessions are less "user friendly" than character-oriented sessions, they make for highly efficient use of X.
While few would argue the superiority of X. The subscribers to such services appreciate the cost of the services they use, and often such costs form a well-known "line item" in the subscriber's annual budget.
Nevertheless, the Internet suite of protocols are eminently successful, based solely on the sheer size and rate of growth of both the Internet and the numerous private internets, both domestically and internationally.
You can purchase internet technology with a major credit card from a mail order catalog. Internet technology has achieved the promise of Open Systems, probably a decade before OSI will be able to do so.
Failures of the Internet The evolution and growth of Internet technology have provided the basis for several failures.
We think it is important to examine failures in detail, so as to learn from them. History often tends to repeat itself. For the last three years, the Internet has been suffering from non-management. While few would argue that a centralized czar is necessary or possible for the Internet, the fact remains there is little to be done today besides finger-pointing when a problem arises.
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