The Net At 40 All Things Considered is exploring the people and ideas behind what we now call the Internet. How has the Internet changed us, and what does the future hold?

The 'Wild And Woolly' World Of Bulletin Boards

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The Man Who Made You Put Away Your Pen

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40 Years Later, Looking Back At The Internet's Birth

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Across Globe, Blogging Brings Change

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Charley Kline (left), working at UCLA, sent the first transmission over ARPANET to Bill Duvall at the Stanford Research Institute. Guy Raz/NPR hide caption

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'Lo' And Behold: A Communication Revolution

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