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Email wasn’t considered important

Email wasn't considered important by inventor

The email system invented by Ray Tomlinson at ARPA wasn’t considered important. It was not a directive of the defence organization and Tomlinson was very hushed-up about it. He told a colleague “Don’t tell anyone! This isn’t what we’re supposed to be working on.”

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