Who were ten people who had part in the internet's history?
I think you have to start with J Presper Eckert and John Mauchly, the inventors of the Univac Computer. Without that invention, the Internet would not be possible. The Internet and Transmission Control Protocols were initially developed in 1973 by American computer scientist Vinton Cerf as part of a project sponsored by the United States Department of Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) and directed by American engineer Robert Kahn. The Internet began as a computer network of ARPA (ARPAnet) that linked computer networks at several universities and research laboratories in the United States. The World Wide Web was developed in 1989 by English computer scientist Timothy Berners-Lee for the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). Of course there are many more contributors to the Internet.
Shakespeare wrote ten history plays, called King John, Richard II, Henry IV Part I, Henry IV Part II, Henry V, Henry VI Part I, Henry VI Part II, Henry VI Part III, Richard III and Henry VIII. Some people think he may have written a historical play called Edward III early in his career, but most people think that was someone else (maybe George Peele).
"10 in the first one" Although ten people die in the first Friday 13th film, Jason kills none of them as he does not feature properly until part 2. Mrs Vorhees kills nine people in the originally film and is then killed herself, bringing the total to ten. In Part 2, Jason appears as the antagonist for the first time. He kills nine people (or possibly ten if you count Paul, most fans can't agree…
The big ten used to have 10 teams like the big 12 had 12 teams. Iowa was the newest addition to the big ten. They still call it the big ten but with an 11 if you look closely at the logo. Some people even forget that Iowa is part of the big ten. If you count the teams and you see there 11 instead of 10 then you've counted right.
The smallest committee is 2 people after that the size limit is pretty vague. In general, studies indicate that committee works best with about ten (5 to 15) members. Bigger than this the extra people do not take a fully active part. Common examples: Nearly all team games use a group of about ten on each side. Juries have 12 members. The Jewish minyan (the basic unit for prayer and other rites) requires ten people…
Because exercise is a key part of being health. People that get as little as an hour of exercise a week spread out in ten minute increments are healthier then those that don't exercise at all. And that reduces insurance costs. If everyone in America were to get ten minutes of good activity twice a day, the cost of health insurance would drop dramatically.