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  2. Elizabeth J. Feinler - Wikipedia

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    Elizabeth Jocelyn "Jake" Feinler (born March 2, 1931) is an American information scientist. From 1972 until 1989 she was director of the Network Information Systems Center at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI International).

  3. Oral-History:Elizabeth "Jake" Feinler - Engineering and...

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    Elizabeth Jocelyn "Jake" Feinler is an Internet and computer information scientist. For decades she worked at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI). At SRI, she was the Director of the Network Information Systems Center where she managed the Network Information Center (NIC) for ARPANET, Defense Data Network (DDN), and the Internet.

  4. Elizabeth Feinler - Internet Hall of Fame

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    Elizabeth Feinler pioneered and managed first the ARPANET, and then the Defense Data Network (DDN), network information centers (NIC) under contract to the Department of Defense (DoD). Both of these early networks were the forerunners of today’s Internet.

  5. Official Biography: Elizabeth Feinler - Internet Hall of Fame

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    Ms. Feinler was born and grew up in Wheeling, WV. She was a 1954 graduate of West Liberty University in West Liberty, WV with a B.S. degree in chemistry. She then did graduate work in biochemistry at Purdue University under Dr. Roy Whistler. From there she joined the Shuman Chemical Co. where she did work on nutritional supplements for sufferers of phenylketonuria.

  6. Before Google and GoDaddy, There Was Elizabeth Feinler

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    She has long been known as Jake. Feinler was born in West Virginia. Her given name was Elizabeth Jocelyn Feinler, and her family called her Betty Jo. But when her two-year-old sister, Mary...

  7. Elizabeth J. Feinler Wiki, Biography, Age, Career, Relationship,...

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    Elizabeth J. Feinler is an American information scientist. From 1972 until 1989 she was director of the Network Information Systems Center at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI International). Her group operated the Network Information Center (NIC) for the ARPANET as it evolved into the Defense Data Network (DDN) and the Internet.

  8. Elizabeth J Feinler - Wall of Honor - Alumni Affairs

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    Elizabeth J Feinler - Wall of Honor. ALUMNI “WALL OF HONOR” The West Liberty University Alumni Board of Directors instituted a project in 1990 to demonstrate to current students, visitors, and friends that the college has some very successful graduates. This project, known as the “Alumni Wall of Honor,” is a dramatic way to honor some of the college’s most distinguished alumni and display pride in the accomplishments of its graduates.

  9. Elizabeth Feinler - Computer Hope

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    American information scientist and former director of the Network Information Systems Center at SRI (Stanford Research Institute) International. Her group operated the NIC (Network Information Center) for the ARPANET as it evolved into the DDN (Defense Data Network) and the Internet. Helped develop the Handbook of Psychopharmacology and the Chemical Process Economics Handbook.

  10. Elizabeth J. Feinler - Age, Birthday, Biography & Facts |...

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    Elizabeth Jocelyn Jake Feinler is an American information scientist. From 1972 until 1989 she was director of the Network Information Systems Center at the Stanford Research Institute. Her group operated the Network Information Center for the ARPANET as it evolved into the Defense Data Network and the Internet. Read full biography.

  11. WITI - Elizabeth Feinler

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    Elizabeth Feinler Internet Pioneer, Active Volunteer Inducted in 2018 Since retiring, Elizabeth "Jake" Feinler is an active volunteer for the Computer History Museum, where she co-compiled a timeline for development of e-mail. She donated, organized, and wrote a finding aid for over 350 boxes of archives from the Engelbart and NIC projects.