Links for Chapter 5 on Internet Evolution
An excellent website with up-to-date Internet statistics (e.g., users by country) is accessible online at Internet World Stats.
The document in which the "Internet" was first named was published in December 1974 by Cerf, Dolal & Sunshine in "Specification of Internet Transmission Control Program" for the International Network Working Group, as RFC 675. It is accessible online here.
Highly recommended -- J.C.R. Licklider's 1960 "Man-Computer Symbiosis" article cited in the chapter. Licklider had a vision of the future of computing and machine-augmented intelligence that has proved to be very accurate from present-day perspectives. The article is here.
A very useful resource for confirming dates, people, and sites in Internet history can be found at online at Hobbes' Internet Timeline.
The National Science Foundation's The Internet: Changing the Way We Communicate website provides an interesting history of NSF involvement in computer science research and the development of the Internet. It can be accessed using this link.