Answer: The Intergalactic Computer Network
In April 1963, computer scientist J. Licklider published a memorandum on the subject of remote computers entitled "MEMORANDUM FOR: Members and Affiliates of the Intergalactic Computer Network". The memo is the first evidence that computer scientists were on their way to setting up a geographically dispersed network of computers similar to the modern Internet, and that the name of the intergalactic computer network was stuck for a while.
The title fell in popularity with the introduction of ARPANET from the Advanced Research Projects Agency in 1969. The term & # 39; internet & # 39; referring to a large network of remote computers, would not be put into use until a 1