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  2. HBO - Wikipedia

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    Development and early expansion as a regional service (1971–1975) Cable television executive Charles Dolan—through his company, Sterling Information Services—founded Manhattan Cable TV Services (renamed Sterling Manhattan Cable Television in January 1971), a cable system franchise serving the Lower Manhattan section of New York City (covering an area extending southward from 79th Street ...

  3. Ebook - Wikipedia

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    This e-reader, with expandable storage, could store up to 100,000 pages of content, including text, graphics and pictures. The Cybook is sold and manufactured at first by Cytale (1998–2003) and later by Bookeen. 1999. The NIST releases the Open eBook format based on XML to the public domain; most future e-book formats derive from Open eBook.

  4. Henry Winkler - Wikipedia

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    Henry Franklin Winkler (born October 30, 1945) is an American actor, comedian, author, executive producer, and director. Initially rising to fame as Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli on the American television series Happy Days, Winkler has distinguished himself as a character actor for roles such as Arthur Himbry in Scream, Coach Klein in The Waterboy, Barry Zuckerkorn in Arrested Development, Eddie ...

  5. Museum of Pop Culture - Wikipedia

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    MoPOP is located on the campus of Seattle Center, adjacent to the Space Needle and the Seattle Center Monorail, which runs through the building.The structure itself was designed by Frank Gehry and resembles many of his firm's other works in its sheet-metal construction, such as Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Walt Disney Concert Hall, and Gehry Tower.