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Hi Tom,

Nice article, but you are wrong in one pace, specifically when you state "[in 1979] the internet had only 200 connected computers, all mainframe computers at this time."

In 1979 Micronet and the Source were launched, which offered internet for the consumers. Contemporary news sources suggest that by late 1979, Micronet had around 3,000 users in America.

Hope this clears things up

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About 1st camera phone, I think kyocera vp210 older than sharp J-SH04.
Source : I own it and already test its camera (still picture)

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