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Proceedings of Past Forest Nursery Association Meetings:

The Internet: What's Out there For You?
Cassie Rice and Virginia Bruce
1997: Boise, ID
Nearly 200 million people using computers worldwide are linked together through the internet, primarily via telephone lines. Each individual user is linked into a small network which in turn is linked to a larger network, and so on until you get to the “backbones” which are actual physical cables which connect major points, or nodes. Each computer on the network has an address, called an IP (Internet Protocol) address.
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