Mercurians:
Museums and Historical Sites

Check 'Em Out-Virtually

With the explosion of web sites, you very likely have plenty of places to use and enjoy on the Net. Still, we couldn't resist tempting you with a few more that have come to our attention. You might not think of searching for these, but take a look at them anyway! Some of them offer multi-media opportunities for the visitor.
Send us your suggestions for other sites - include the Title and URL and please put "Mercurian Virtual Museums Suggestion" in your subject line.

http://www.museumofcommunications.org/
Museum of Communications

http://web.mit.edu/museum/
MIT Museum

http://www.nmsi.ac.uk/nmpft/index.htm
The National Museum of Photography, Film and Television

http://histv2.free.fr/
History of Television, which includes an on-line publication of more than 50 texts from the television pre-history (1878-1900)

http://www.shoretel.com/community/the-history-of-telecommunication.html
"The History of Telecommunications" (from pre-history to VoIP telephony) on the Shoretel website

http://www.ieeessit.org/
The IEEE Society for the Social Implications of Technology (BROKEN?)

http://www.ieee.org/
The IEEE home page with links to 33 of the IEEE's 37 technical societies, including,

http://www.ieee.org/usab/DOCUMENTS/FORUM/forum.menu.html

IEEE-United States Activities' Public Policy Forum (BROKEN)

http://edison.rutgers.edu/
The Edison Papers

http://newton.otago.ac.nz:808/ursi/belrose/spark.html
Early Radio History (BROKEN)

http://beaweb.org/jram-info.htm/
Journal of Radio & Audio Media (BROKEN)

"The Telegraph Office"
A WWW Page for Telegraph Key Collectors and Historians
http://www.telegraph-office.com/ (FIXED!)

           

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