Events in History for Sunday May 1st 2016

  • 1707 Acts of Union comes into force, uniting England and Scotland to form the United Kingdom of Great Britain
  • 1753 Publication of Species Plantarum by Linnaeus, and the formal start date of plant taxonomy adopted by the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature.
  • 1841 First emigrant wagon train leaves Independence, Missouri, for California
  • 1886 US general strike for 8-hour working day begins
  • 1898 George Dewey commands “You may fire when you are ready, Gridley” as US route Spanish fleet at Manila
  • 1931 Empire State Building opens in NewYork City

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I sold that first website in August of 1995, and has continued my web solutions company offering design, development and deployment, usability or support services since. The previous work experience as the marketing director for an ISP, radio sales, television news announcer, have all have helped to build my corporation. 19 years plus online doesn't hurt a bit; to be a web developer.

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