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What does ARPANET mean? It stands for Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (early internet)

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On this day in 1969, grad student Charley Kline sent the first message on the ARPANET the precursor to the internet.

A grateful nod to Leo Beranek, a founder of BBN and an enabler of the ARPANET. He died on Monday at the age of 102.

Today in 1969 @ 10:30pm the first successful msg on the ARPANET, a forerunner to internet, was sent by UCLA student programmer Charley Kline

GENIUS (drunk) idea. Retro conferences. Everyone turns up in 1970s clothes and we discuss Pascal, Dot Matrix printers, and ARPANET! #hf2016

SF fandom is in the Internet's DNA. The first & for a long time only "social" channel on ARPAnet was the SF discussion mailing list

The first spam was interestingly someone on ARPAnet sending a mass email protesting the Vietnam War

Farewell, Ray Tomlinson, ARPANET architect and engineer of electronic mail.

When you send #email today, think of Ray Tomlinson, part of the ARPANET family & creator of the user@host format. He passed away March 5.

In 1974 about 75% of ARPANET traffic was for email

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