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Everyone needs a presence on the web, this is mine.
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"Even if you could integrate all the hardware and software and demonstrate the feasibility of a computer network, some pointed out, there still wasn't any profit in it for a company like AT&T or IBM, not as a business proposition. Who but a few government bureaucrats or computer scientists would ever use a computer network. It wasn't as if computing had a mass market like the television networks or the phone company." - from Where Wizards Stay Up Late: The Origins of the Internet, by Katie Hafner and Matthew Lyon, published by Simon & Schuster.
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