For most people, August 6, 1991, was just another uneventful day in an uneventful week. Few understood the enormous changes that would result from the debut of the World Wide Web as a publicly available service on the internet that day. Those that did were able to amass huge fortunes. But on that day more people were interested in the Pan Am games where Debbie Doom, an American softball pitcher had struck out 17 batters to pitch a perfect game, defeating Nicaragua 8-0.
Over the next two decades…
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