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The vast collection of inter-connected networks that all use the TCP/IP protocols and that
evolved from the ARPANET of the late 60's and early '70s. The Internet now (July 1995)
connects roughly 60,000 independent networks into a vast global internet.
(Because It's Time Network) -- A network of educational sites separate from the Internet, but e-mail is freely exchanged between BITNET and the Internet. Listservs, the most popular form of e-mail discussion groups, originated on BITNET. BITNET machines are IBM VMS machines, and the network is probably the only international network that is shrinking.
Green Countries--Guatemala, Cuba, Bolivia, Paraguay
Red Countries--Saudi Arabia, Azerbijan?