How we ended up answering our mail through a video screen
We have to wonder if there's a dartboard at the U.S. Postal Service with a picture of Ray Tomlinson on it.
Tomlinson is the guy who, while working on ARPANET, a forerunner of the Internet, created some communication software. That was the template for what we now call email.
Tom Anderson relates this history and more in a course he teaches for Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Southern Oregon University.
The class starts on January 3rd, but we pick Tom's brain in advance about details and tips to a safer travels in emails.