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Internet, This Week in Tech History
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On September 2, 1969, Leonard Kleinrock and his research team managed to transmit data over ARPANET, clearing the way for the birth of the Internet, which came on October 29 of that year. We’ll give 100 Knowledge Points to the person who can tell us the first word transmitted over the internet.
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