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Reclaiming The Internet's Original Purpose

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September 8, 2000
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University Of Illinois At Chicago
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The Internet, so powerful for sharing text, images, sounds and videos, is now weakest at doing that for which it was originally designed - exchanging raw data between researchers. Last month, the National Center for Data Mining at the University of Illinois at Chicago launched the first version of an infrastructure called Data Space Transfer Protocol, or DSTP, for creating the next generation web of data.

The Internet, so powerful for sharing text, images, sounds and videos, is now weakest at doing that for which it was originally designed - exchanging raw data between researchers. Last month, the National Center for Data Mining at the University of Illinois at Chicago launched the first version of an infrastructure called Data Space Transfer Protocol, or DSTP, for creating the next generation web of data.


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