Geek Fact for November 10th


In 1951, the first long distance telephone call without operator assistance was made.

The mayor of Englewood, New Jersey, M. Leslie Downing dialed 10 digits and, eighteen seconds later, reached the mayor of Alameda, California, Frank Osborne.

Learn more at http://www.corp.att.com/attlabs/reputation/timeline/51trans.html.

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