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Linus Torvalds, widely known as the creator of Linux, made his first post to Usenet (the early equivalent of Internet forums) in January of 1991. Then only 21 years old Linus reports purchasing a new 'fine' computer (386,33 MHz), which was likely the same computer that he used for coding the initial version of the Linux kernel, which was announced approx. 8 months after this initial post.

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Thanks for considering the purchase of this item. By purchasing this NFT, you'll be in a very tangible way supporting the future development of UsenetArchives.com, as well as subsidizing efforts of many enthusiasts trying hard to keep the early history of the Internet around for future generations.

Note: UsenetArchives.com has grown to be one of the most extensive archives of early Internet posts on the Internet (we're archiving hundreds of millions of Usenet posts).

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Linus Torvalds (Creator of Linux) - First thread posted to Internet/Usenet (1991)

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Linus Torvalds, widely known as the creator of Linux, made his first post to Usenet (the early equivalent of Internet forums) in January of 1991. Then only 21 years old Linus reports purchasing a new 'fine' computer (386,33 MHz), which was likely the same computer that he used for coding the initial version of the Linux kernel, which was announced approx. 8 months after this initial post.

The archived document is stored in the UsenetArchives.com at the following URL: https://usenetarchives.com/view.php?id=Linus_Torvalds_First_Thread

After the purchase, you'll get an option to customize the webpage of the archived post with a link to your website and short text (up to 128 characters). You'll be also listed as a patron of UsenetArchives.com. I am willing to support this option to all future buyers, in case you decide to resell this NFT later.

Thanks for considering the purchase of this item. By purchasing this NFT, you'll be in a very tangible way supporting the future development of UsenetArchives.com, as well as subsidizing efforts of many enthusiasts trying hard to keep the early history of the Internet around for future generations.

Note: UsenetArchives.com has grown to be one of the most extensive archives of early Internet posts on the Internet (we're archiving hundreds of millions of Usenet posts).

More info at: https://usenetarchives.com/index.php#popup-nft

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