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The year was 1965. “Wooly Bully” and “My Girl” were on the radio while “Bonanza” played on the black and white TV. Julie Andrews was Maria in “The Sound of Music” right after being practically perfect in Mary Poppins. The first long-distance dial-up call was made between computers in Massachusetts and California, the term hypertext was born, and the U.S. debt was only about 322 billion. Despite the “simpler” times, great entertainment and technological advances, it was a very tumultuous period.

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