The first Blockbuster store opened in 1985. From the outset, the chain really took off. It wasn’t just the corporate power and aggressive marketing – at the time, technologies like scanners and[...]
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Interested in the history of API? Read our timeline to see how API has changed throughout the years and what may come in the future.
[Originally published by Jason Bloomberg in Brain Blog, Intellyx, May 1, 2017]
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