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Raymond Samuel Tomlinson (April 23, 1941 – March 5, 2016) was a pioneering American computer programmer who implemented the first email program on the ARPANET system, the precursor to the Internet, in 1971. It was the first system able to send mail between users on different hosts connected to ARPANET. Previously, mail could be sent only to others who used the same computer. To achieve this, he used the @ sign to separate the user name from the name of their machine, a scheme which has been used in email addresses ever since. The Internet Hall of Fame in its account of his work commented “Tomlinson’s email program brought about a complete revolution, fundamentally changing the way people communicate”. Tomlinson is internationally known and credited as the inventor of the email.
via Ray Tomlinson – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
During the 2015 State of the Word address, Matt Mullenweg shared a few stats about the growth of WordPress events around the globe. Last year there were 89 WordCamps with 21,000 attendees across 34 countries. A surprising 60% of the 601 WordCamp organizers were doing it for the first time. More people are getting involved in hosting WordPress events but there are many areas of the world that have yet to experience one.
via WordPress to Launch Experimental WordCamp Incubator Program – WordPress Tavern.
Sharing content on you WordPress powered Website has never been easier. If you blog right from WordPress.com, you can use the “Press This” tool to quickly share content from any Website.
Press This provides a lightning-fast way to grab text, images, or video from any website and post it to your blog without ever visiting WordPress.com. You can also use Press This to quickly share a link on your blog.
via Press This — Support — WordPress.com.
RGVWEBPRO is very pleased to announce the opening of Business Cards Plus–an all-in-one solution to business owners in the Rio Grande Valley. Business Cards Plus is located conveniently in the heart of McAllen, Texas, at 807 W. Pecan. Speak to Ramsey Ramirez for all of your business needs including; graphic design, logos, Websites, social media, print, and, business cards.
Now that social media presence has become a “must have” for businesses large and small, you may be ready to ramp up your existing social media efforts. One of the best ways to improve your positioning across all social networks is through consistency of voice and branding.
via Social media image sizes: The 2016 cheat sheet – The Garage.
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We are thrilled to announce the launch of the new Plugin Browser for your Jetpack sites. Now, you can install plugins from the WordPress.org plugin directory on all of your Jetpack sites from a single interface. You can also manage updates, and remove plugins you no longer need.
Source: New Plugin Browser — Jetpack for WordPress
It is difficult for startups and entrepreneurs to procure a .com domain name that isn’t a ludicrous combination of words and numbers, so when former Googler Sanmay Ved managed to buy a pronounceable six-letter word on a .com, he was delighted. But the domain he bought was no ordinary URL — it was Google.com.
Source: Someone briefly bought the Google.com domain for $12 | VentureBeat | OffBeat | by Paul Sawers