Ray Tomlinson


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Ray Tomlinson

(person)
An engineer at Bolt Beranek and Newman who, in July 1972 while designing the firstelectronic mail} program, chose the commercial at symbol "@" to separate the user name from the computer name.
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The system, considered to be the father of the internet, grows from a core of four computers used by the university and military networks, to 13 computers in 1970 and 213 in 1981.1971 : the first electronic messageIn 1971, American Ray Tomlinson sends the first email on ARPANET.
Ray Tomlinson came up with email, Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web and, after countless similar innovations, today we have the internet.
To complement his scientific colleagues, he worked with equally world-class software engineers like Ray Tomlinson and outside collaborators to produce innovations in the deep internals of the Lisp system.
Email is born, as Ray Tomlinson invents a system for sending messages between individual users on a network, using the @ symbol 1972
Even though Ray Tomlinson, the creator of email back in 1971, recently died, this channel is still alive and well.
Almost a little more than a week earlier, Ray Tomlinson, who had developed email, died in the state of New York.
India, March 8 -- Ray Tomlinson, the credited inventor of emails, passed away on March 5.
Ray Tomlinson, 74 , passed away on Saturday after suffering a heart attack, according to reports.
Ray Tomlinson, an American programmer, who was widelt credited with inventing email and for selecting the @ symbol for email addresses, has died aged 74.
Ray Tomlinson, the American programmer widely credited as the inventor of email, died Saturday morning.
When Ray Tomlinson invented emails in 1971, he explains that the first messages, sent to himself as a test, were just nonsense; "Most likely QWERTYUIOP, or something similar," he says.
Could social media now take over what once took the world by storm when programmer Ray Tomlinson sent the first message across a network in 1971?