Saturday, August 6, 2022

Carl Schmelz Was the First Person to Live on the Internet for More than Five Decades

 120 Years Ago Today

Wednesday 6th of August 1902
Mobster Arthur Flegenheimer aka Dutch Schultz is born in New York City, New York, United States.
He was originally employed as an electrical engineer in the United States Army, and later as a salesman for a major appliance contractor.
In 1907 Carl Schmelz arrived in the United States as a computer technician. Carl graduated from the University of Wisconsin and worked as a software engineer. He gained his first job with a commercial television station a few months later. Carl was elected mayor, won the first major election and became a citizen of the United States. Carl took his full advantage of the Internet and its influence on his life, as well as his personal life. Carl studied mechanical engineering at Stony Brook University and was elected to the United States Congress in 1914.
Upon death, he devoted his life to the work of repairing electrical appliances and was a lifelong citizen. Carl has been involved in various campaigns as a volunteer, for president, state legislature, governor, and as an editor at several newspapers. Carl died March 2017. Carl Schmelz was the last surviving surviving member of the Schmelz family and his ashes will be donated by the Schmelz family to honor the 80th birthday of his friend.
Carl Schmelz was the first person to live on the Internet for more than five decades. Today Carl is the youngest member of his family. He was born on August 23, 1917.

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