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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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.
com 1966 @Email is born, as Ray Tomlinson invents a system for sending messages between individual users on a network, using the @ symbol 1991 American scientist Robert Taylor begins the ARPANET project to link computers, laying the early foundations of the internet 1995 Tim Berners-Lee launches the world's first website, http://info.
1966 American scientist Robert Taylor begins the ARPANET project to link computers, laying the early foundations of the internet @Email is born, as Ray Tomlinson invents a system for sending messages between individual users on a network, using the @ symbol 1972 Jeff Bezos launches his online bookshop, Amazon.
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, 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.
Ray Tomlinson, 74 , passed away on Saturday after suffering a heart attack, according to reports.
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?