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  2. Prodigy (online service) - Wikipedia

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    Prodigy Communications Corporation (Prodigy Services Corp., Prodigy Services Co., Trintex) was an online service from 1984 to 2001 that offered its subscribers access to a broad range of networked services, including news, weather, shopping, bulletin boards, games, polls, expert columns, banking, stocks, travel, and a variety of other features.

  3. DramaFever - Wikipedia

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    DramaFever was a video streaming website owned by Warner Bros. that offered on-demand streaming video of documentaries, movies, and TV shows with subtitles. DramaFever's content offering was both ad-supported for regular users and available in high definition for premium subscribers.

  4. Colors of the day in Thailand - Wikipedia

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    According to ancient customs in Thailand, there is an astrological rule (which has influence from Hindu mythology) that assigns a color to each day of the week based on the color of the God who protects the day or Navagraha.

  5. Comcast - Wikipedia

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    Overview Leadership. Comcast is described as a family business. Brian L. Roberts, the chairman, president, and CEO of Comcast, is the son of founder Ralph J. Roberts.Roberts owns or controls about 1% of all Comcast shares but all of the Class B supervoting shares, which gives him an "undilutable 33% voting power over the company".

  6. AT&T - Wikipedia

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    Using a script, Goatse Security collected thousands of email addresses from AT&T. Goatse Security informed AT&T about the security flaw through a third party. Goatse Security then disclosed around 114,000 of these emails to Gawker Media , which published an article about the security flaw and disclosure in Valleywag .