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The scientist whose 'televised book' foretold the world wide web seven decades ago
Quite a visionary, fascinating.
I know, I was there!
That's what got you started then, all those years ago. With your computer for dummies stuck in your mouth. :)
But nuclear bombs had not even been made then.
Ted, I wrote that book
Why didn't I get a signed copy then with the mouse and the DVd's, you know I am a Dummy when it comes to computers. :)
If it ain't got valves.....
It must be solid state. :)
Please don't mention radio beacons :)
Ha Ha Mike I will keep that.
LH EMW echo mike whiskey seems very apt. :)
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nah, nah. Radio Beacons, as used to help ships to position fix, before GPS arrived. (and don't mention the waste of time called DECCA)
Yes Yes :) some radio navigation beacon signs
I can remember, SB, NT, SC, and no more (memory kapput)
Won't mention Decca
But it was forever breaking down.
Was the internet invented in 1934?
Absolutely NOT!! because of the following...
Albert Arnold "Al" Gore, Jr. (born March 31, 1948)
And Mike the last, as I I recall, was Loran C.
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