Waving goodbye to email?

The content of the first email may have been forgettable, but when Ray Tomlinson first fizzed that message over the ARPANET between two side-by-side computers in a Cambridge laboratory, communication changed forever. That was in 1971. Since then email has remained, despite decades of technological innovations, the staple tool for communication between computers. By rights it should be a redundant relic, rusting beneath the surging tides of technological evolution. Instead, email ...
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