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Perhaps an increasingly multicultural society at the center of a global economy can appreciate more of its diverse colonial roots, and even be reassured by discovering a long pedigree for the cultural complexity of the presentDial Switching of Connecticut Toll Calls by Robb, Millard, and McPhee, Electrical Engineering (A.I.E.E.), July 1936 (1.9 Mbytes) -- a detailed description of how things worked in the really old daysGeneral Switching Plan for Telephone Service, 1930 (1 Mbyte) Nationwide Operator Toll Dialing, 1945 (3 Mbytes) Notes on Nationwide Dialing, 1955 (7 Mbytes) Notes on Distance Dialing, 1956 (9 Mbytes) Notes on Distance Dialing, 1968 (15 Mbytes) Notes on Distance Dialing, 1975 (21 Mbytes) Notes on The Network, 1980 (29 Mbytes) What follows sketches only a few themes evident from recent scholarship in colonial American history, emphasizing first the explosion of new social [End Page 70] historyBelow are some of the more important historical documents that played a role in the development of phone phreaking
(If you're interested in digging deeper, you can also search the book's bibliographic database of about 1,000 documents on phone phreaking history, many of which are available in full-text form.)Journal, January 29, 1976, pZeichen eingeben .Technical -- Bell System Network DocumentsSome social historians have also consciously rejected the intellectual history associated with Perry Millers classic work on New England religion5 Many historians support a broader revolt against what might be called the history of powerCrossbar Tandem as a Long Distance Switching System by Adam, 1956 (1.9 Mbyte)Thanks to God, in a variety of guises, and to a host of community loyalties and dependencies that were then deemed worthy, people could have lives of meaning and happiness without relentlessly seeking or achieving individual freedom, material equality, or social powerRecent community studies include some concern for external connections and imperatives, involving Amerindian and Atlantic features of European colonial lifeThe New Nation-Wide Telephone Numbering Plan by Myers, AIEE Transactions, 1961 (0.6 Mbyte) -- we're running out of area codes! But don't worry, the new plan will last us until "well into the next century." Application of Multifrequency Pulsing in Switching by Dahlbom, Horton, and Moody, AIEE Transactions, 1949 (1 Mbyte) -- the first public description of the multifrequency signaling system that I'm aware of(Thanks to Number 6 for sending me a much better scan of the article.) For Whom Ma Bell Tolls Not by Maureen Orth, Los Angeles Times (and others), October 1971 (500 kbytes) -- a syndicated newspaper article that appeared at about the same time as the Esquire articleThe United States of America is defined and redefined by its heritage, even more than countries more coterminous with a language group or an ancient ethnicitySome Historical DocumentsTechnical -- Notes on Distance Dialing and Its Predecessors and Successors 79c7fb41ad