Over the years the Network Startup Resource Center has been involved with several publications in various formats. If you have comments about any of these please feel free to send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recently Steven Huter and Adiel Akplogan contributed a short article for the Guardian's feature story about the future of the Internet, published on December 3, 2007.
Country-Code Top-Level Domain Best Current Practices
Authors: Zita Wenzel, Randy Bush and Steven Huter.
This document describes the issues and best current practices for the technical organization, operation, and management of country-code top-level domains (CCTLDs). This guide is available in html and text. Choose the one that works best for you:
Expanding International Email Connectivity - Another Look
NSRC Global Internet Development Activities Poster and Bhutan Case Study
Authors: NSRC Staff, Joanna Merson and Jim Meacham (UO InfoGraphics Lab)
This large poster gives an indication of NSRC activities on a global basis since our founding in 1992 through 2017. In addition training numbers since 2010 are included and a case study of network assistance to multiple institutions of higher learning in Bhutan in 2015 to assist the Bhutanese Research and Education Network, DrukREN.
History of the Internet in Senegal
This case study is available in two languages. Choose the one that works best for you.
History of the Internet in Thailand
This case study is available in several formats. Choose the one that works best for you:
RFC 2901: Guide to Administrative Procedures of the Internet Infrastructure
This guide is available in several formats. Choose the one that works best for you:
TV White Spaces: A Pragmatic Approach
The TV White Spaces book is a collection of articles written by various authors in which they present their ideas related to the utilization of unused TV spectrum and techniques to maximize it's potential for bringing internet to rural areas. The book is available to download or to read online.
Wireless Networking in the Developing World
Wireless Networking in the Developing World is a free book about designing, implementing and maintaining low-cost wireless networks. The latest edition of the book is available on-screen and for download.