The World’s First Version of the Internet That You Can Still Use TodayNerd VoicesNERDBOT

Back in 1979, two graduate school students wanted to exchange information with each other using their computers. The only problem was that there was no Messenger, no direct messages (DMs)— no internet back then. Of course, no one had any idea of what Messenger or DMs were at the time, but these two college students […]

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Back in 1979, two graduate school students wanted to exchange information with each other using their computers. The only problem was that there was no Messenger, no direct messages (DMs)— no internet back then. Of course, no one had any idea of what Messenger or DMs were at the time, but these two college students
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