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 Bibliography
 
What follows is a compendium of sources that have information that
will be of use to anyone reading this guide.  Most of them were used
in the writing of the booklet, while others are simply noted because
they are a must for any good net.citizen's bookshelf.
 
Books
 
Comer, Douglas E.
     Internetworking With TCP/IP, 2nd ed., 2v
     Prentice Hall
     Englewood Cliffs, NJ
     1991
 
Davidson, John
     An Introduction to TCP/IP
     Springer-Verlag
     Berlin
     1988
 
Frey, Donnalyn, and Adams, Rick
     !@%:: A Directory of Electronic Mail Addressing and Networks
     O'Reilly and Associates
     Newton, MA
     1989
 
Gibson, William
     Neuromancer
     Ace
     New York, NY
     1984
 
LaQuey, Tracy
     Users' Directory of Computer Networks
     Digital Press
     Bedford, MA
     1990
 
Levy, Stephen
     Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution
     Anchor Press/Doubleday
     Garden City, NY
     1984
 
Partridge, Craig
     Innovations in Internetworking
     ARTECH House
     Norwood, MA
     1988
 
Quarterman, John S.
     The Matrix: Computer Networks and Conferencing Systems Worldwide
     Digital Press
     Bedford, MA
     1989
 
Raymond, Eric (ed)
     The New Hacker's Dictionary
     MIT Press
     Cambridge, MA
     1991
 
Stoll, Clifford
     The Cuckoo's Egg
     Doubleday
     New York
     1989
 
Tanenbaum, Andrew S.
     Computer Networks, 2d ed
     Prentice-Hall
     Englewood Cliffs, NJ
     1988
 
Todinao, Grace
     Using UUCP and USENET: A Nutshell Handbook
     O'Reilly and Associates
     Newton, MA
     1986
 
The Waite Group
     Unix Communications, 2nd ed.
     Howard W. Sams & Company
     Indianapolis
     1991
 
Periodicals & Papers
magazine: Barlow, J
     Coming Into The Country
     Communications of the ACM 34:3
     2
     March 1991
      Addresses ``Cyberspace''---John Barlow was a co-founder of the EFF.
 
proceedings: Collyer, G., and Spencer, H
     News Need Not Be Slow
     Proceedings of the 1987 Winter USENIX Conference
     181--90
     USENIX Association, Berkeley, CA
     January 1987
 
magazine: Denning, P
     The Internet Worm
     American Scientist
     126--128
     March--April 1989
 
magazine: The Science of Computing: Computer Networks
     American Scientist
     127--129
     March--April 1985
 
magazine: Frey, D., and Adams, R
     USENET: Death by Success?
     UNIX REVIEW
     55--60
     August 1987
 
magazine: Gifford, W. S
     ISDN User-Network Interfaces
     IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications
     343--348
     May 1986
 
magazine: Ginsberg, K
     Getting from Here to There
     UNIX REVIEW
     45
     January 1986
 
magazine: Hiltz, S. R
     The Human Element in Computerized Conferencing Systems
     Computer Networks
     421--428
     December 1978
 
 
proceedings: Horton, M
     What is a Domain?
     Proceedings of the Summer 1984 USENIX Conference
     368--372
     USENIX Association, Berkeley, CA
     June 1984
 
magazine: Jacobsen, Ole J
     Information on TCP/IP
     ConneXions---The Interoperability Report
     14--15
     July 1988
 
 
magazine: Jennings, D., et al
     Computer Networking for Scientists
     Science
     943--950
     28 February 1986
 
 
paper: Markoff, J
     ``Author of computer `virus' is son of U.S. electronic security expert.''
     New York Times
     Nov. 5, 1988
     A1
 
paper: ``Computer snarl: A `back door' ajar.''
     New York Times
     Nov. 7, 1988
     B10
 
magazine: McQuillan, J. M., and Walden, D. C
     The ARPA Network Design Decisions
     Computer Networks
     243--289
     1977
 
 
magazine: Ornstein, S. M
     A letter concerning the Internet worm
     Communications of the ACM 32:6
     June 1989
 
proceedings: Partridge, C
     Mail Routing Using Domain Names: An Informal Tour
     Proceedings of the 1986 Summer USENIX Conference
     366--76
     USENIX Association, Berkeley, CA
     June 1986
 
magazine: Quarterman, J
     Etiquette and Ethics
     ConneXions---The Interoperability Report
     12--16
     March 1989
 
 
magazine: Notable Computer Networks
     Communications of the ACM 29:10
     October 1986
      This was the predecessor to The Matrix.
 
magazine: Raeder, A. W., and Andrews, K. L
     Searching Library Catalogs on the Internet: A Survey
     Database Searcher 6
     16--31
     September 1990
 
proceedings: Seeley, D
     A tour of the worm
     Proceedings of the 1989 Winter USENIX Conference
     287--304
     USENIX Association, Berkeley, CA
     February 1989
 
magazine: Shulman, G
     Legal Research on USENET Liability Issues
     ;login: The USENIX Association Newsletter
     11--17
     December 1984
 
magazine: Smith, K
     E-Mail to Anywhere
     PC World
     220--223
     March 1988
 
magazine: Stoll, C
     Stalking the Wily Hacker
     Communications of the ACM 31:5
     14
     May 1988
     This article grew into the book The Cuckoo's Egg.
 
proceedings: Taylor, D
     The Postman Always Rings Twice: Electronic Mail in a Highly Distributed
     Environment
     Proceedings of the 1988 Winter USENIX Conference
     145--153
     USENIX Association, Berkeley, CA
     December 1988
 
magazine: U.S.Gen'l Accounting Ofc
     Computer Security: Virus Highlights Need for Improved Internet Management
     GAO/IMTEC-89-57,
     1989
     Addresses the Internet worm.
 
 
``And all else is literature.''
Paul Verlaine
The Sun, New York
While he was city editor in 1873--1890.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Bill Walther, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada