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The best way to predict the future is to invent it! Alan Kay    Alan Kay, is one of the earliest pioneers of object-oriented programming, personal computing, and graphical user interfaces.

The best way to predict the future is to invent it! Alan Kay Alan Kay, is one of the earliest pioneers of object-oriented programming, personal computing, and graphical user interfaces.

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Thank you New Braunfels Public Library for inviting me to participate in your Local Author Fair this Saturday.  I enjoyed it! www.melindafreeland.com

Thank you New Braunfels Public Library for inviting me to participate in your Local Author Fair this Saturday. I enjoyed it! www.melindafreeland.com

Pierre Omidyar is the founder of eBay. He created the code for the site in 1995 at the age of 28.The site took off the following year when he signed a licensing deal to offer airline tickets online. In addition, he is also the founder of First Look Media, an organization for independent journalism.

Pierre Omidyar

Pierre Omidyar is the founder of eBay. He created the code for the site in 1995 at the age of 28.The site took off the following year when he signed a licensing deal to offer airline tickets online. In addition, he is also the founder of First Look Media, an organization for independent journalism.

VA Shiva Ayyadura is the man who invented email. In 1978, at the age of 14, he wrote the program for it as a challenge from his university supervisor Dr Leslie P. Michelson, which he intended to replicate the features of mail organization in an office.  He got a copyright for it in 1982, after which he worked on getting a second one for the user manual for it. His papers on how he invented it were accepted by the Smithsonian Institute.

VA Shiva Ayyadura is the man who invented email. In 1978, at the age of 14, he wrote the program for it as a challenge from his university supervisor Dr Leslie P. Michelson, which he intended to replicate the features of mail organization in an office. He got a copyright for it in 1982, after which he worked on getting a second one for the user manual for it. His papers on how he invented it were accepted by the Smithsonian Institute.

Many e-stores and Web marketplaces have a lengthy and complex process to undergo before you can sell your items online. YooOffer makes it fast.    You can sell pretty much anything on YooOffer and it takes as little as 60 seconds to post it on the site. You'll need a PayPal account to use YooOffer.

Many e-stores and Web marketplaces have a lengthy and complex process to undergo before you can sell your items online. YooOffer makes it fast. You can sell pretty much anything on YooOffer and it takes as little as 60 seconds to post it on the site. You'll need a PayPal account to use YooOffer.

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Lavender likes, loves, finds and dreams: May New Release Giveaway Hop I would love to #win Suze's May New release #giveaway prize: Coming up Roses & a #book of choice! http://www.librarianlavender.com/2015/05/blog-post_14.html

Read to kids at an early age, and as often as you can.

Read to kids at an early age, and as often as you can.

Jimmy Wales is the founder of Wikipedia. He started out by creating Bomis, a "guy-oriented search engine." Though it wasn't successful, it did give Wales enough funding to do what he really wanted: make an online encyclopedia. After making a predecessor in Nupedia, he launched Wikipedia in 2001, which eventually led him to be listed on Time Magazine's "100 Most Influential People in the World" in 2006.

Jimmy Wales Is Not an Internet Billionaire

Jimmy Wales is the founder of Wikipedia. He started out by creating Bomis, a "guy-oriented search engine." Though it wasn't successful, it did give Wales enough funding to do what he really wanted: make an online encyclopedia. After making a predecessor in Nupedia, he launched Wikipedia in 2001, which eventually led him to be listed on Time Magazine's "100 Most Influential People in the World" in 2006.

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