Ray Tomlinson (1941 - Present)
Raymond Tomlinson was the inventor of email born in 1941. When he was at the age of 30, he was a young engineer at the BBN Technologies. In that same year, he found a way to send messages from one computer to another in wireless connections, by creating a system famously called email. He tested the system by sending himself emails to another computer that were gibberish. Unfortunately, the first emails were very forgettable to him, and therefore forgotten. He then developed the @ sign, which would call an action to send that message from one computer to another. The @ sign had allowed people to send messages to other computers, no matter how far away they would be, or what domain they are included in. In present day, more than one billion people write out emails with the @ symbol, incredibly every day.