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Computer Programming/Zittrain: iThe modularity that inspired the Internet’s design meant that computer programming enthusiasts could write software for computers without having to know anything about the network that would carry the resulting data, while network geeks could devise new protocols with a willful ignorance of what programs would run on the devices hooked up to it, and what data would result from them.


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Zittrain I
Jonathan Zittrain
The Future of the Internet--And How to Stop It New Haven 2009


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