Great moments in E-mail history

Examples: OCTOBER 1969: Leonard Kleinrock, a UCLA computer science professor, sends the first E-mail message to a colleague at Stanford. The computer promp

Examples: OCTOBER 1969: Leonard Kleinrock, a UCLA computer science professor, sends the first E-mail message to a colleague at Stanford. The computer promptly crashes. MARCH 1972: Ray Tomlinson, author of the first E-mail software, chooses the “@” for addresses: “I got there first, so I got to choose any punctuation I wanted.” etc…


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Date:
November 23, 2016
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