Celebrating 20 Years Of Patent-Free Email Attachments

Celebrating 20 Years Of Patent-Free Email Attachments

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Tech innovation happens in layers. The internet was built to make computers more useful, the web was built to make the internet more useful, social media (for example) was built to make the web more useful, other online services are built to make social media more useful, and so on....
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