Roger D. Moore with blazer & necktie I am Roger D Moore. I was vice President of I. P. Sharp Associates Limited from incorportion in December 1964 to my retirement in winter 1989. This Website has several unrelated sections. The largest concerns the history of IPSANET. IPSANET was an early commercial packet-switched network operated by IPSA to connect remote terminals to its own computers and those of its large clients. About twenty published papers on other packet-switching networks of the 70s can be found in the history section.

Programming manuals for the two computers used in the original IPSANET will be posted. The journal section will contain published articles on the Ferranti Packard FP6000 computer and data transmission errors. A little material on the Critical Mass bicycle advocacy group is included. Stuff associated with the computer games Clan Lord and Mafia Wars is also here.

IPSANET
IBM 3705 manual MANUALS

PACKET-SWITCHING HISTORY
FP6000
CRITICAL MASS
Fallen Earth

CLAN LORD

MAFIA WARS