He had already made history. Before those revolutions could be realized, two major questions had to be answered: How could ARPANET expand, and what the hell were people supposed to do with it, anyway? The first problem was addressed by internet icons like Vinton Cerf, who developed the protocols that would allow different networks to connect to one another and form a larger network of networks. Ray Tomlinson worked on the second problem. New networks sprouted up across the U. In , the first public ISP, Telenet, was launched.
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She is an interior designer from Baltimore with a boyfriend and a degree. She describes herself as "a pretty normal woman. But twice a month she sets up a camera, takes off her clothes and with her boyfriend makes amateur pornography movies under the name Sexy Secret. I don't want to be a porn star," she said. I don't wear makeup that often.
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The strange case of Hard Drive Productions versus "anyone that the video company's lawyers suspect of illegally downloading its pornographic movies" has taken a new and interesting twist. One of the nearly 1, "Does" being sued for allegedly sharing a Hard Drive film online has resorted to what seems, at first glance, like a novel defense. In addition to her insistence that she never actually downloaded "Amateur Allure Jen," Liuxia Wong of Solano County, California argues that copyright law doesn't even apply to smut clips.
Although we don't believe in timing the market or panicking over market movements, we do like to keep an eye on big changes -- just in case they're material to our investing thesis. Although both boards have voted in favor of the deal, Medical Action Industries' shareholders will still need to approve it as well. If approved by Medical Action's shareholders the deal would be expected to close in the fourth quarter. Now what: The merger and acquisition wave in health care continues, albeit this was a much smaller purchase than some of the proposed deals we've witnessed in recent weeks. It also represents a share price that Medical Action Industries' shareholders haven't seen in four years.