Definition of Arpanet
- What he typed could not even be sent as an e-mail, in case it crashed the ancient Arpanet system; he had to send a message to say that it could be downloaded.
- —Michael Hart, The Economist, 24 Sept. 2011
- In June 1966, Robert Taylor took over after Sutherland accepted a post at Harvard. He conceived of the ARPANET, a network that would turn computers into communication devices, not just data crunchers.
- —Tom Harvey, Salt Lake Tribune, 19 Dec. 2009