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Daniel C. Lewin – killed with a single bullet flight 9/11
September 10, 2011, 10:30 am
Filed under: Big Brother, DNS, globalchange, socialweb, society, Softwarepatents, War lies

Daniel C. Lewin , founder of the technologie giant akamai and inventor of “edge suite

 Mr. Lewin was aboard American Airlines Flight 11, a Boeing 767 that took off from Boston Tuesday morning bound for Los Angeles. Flight 11 was hijacked and crashed into the World Trade Center’s north tower at 8:48 a.m. Tuesday, 18 minutes before a second airliner crashed into the south tower. source 

A secret Federal Aviation Administration executive summary, first uncovered by WorldNetDaily, says that al-Suqami,who would have been sitting directly behind Lewin in seat 10B, shot and killed Lewin with a single bullet. Read more:Lewin: Flight 11’s<br>unsung hero?http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=13281#ixzz1XXJc2XGL

Lewin had left behind one more gift for Akamai, a new product he helped develop called EdgeSuite, which powered websites that were “dynamic.’’ Early Web pages were static; like a printed page, they were assembled beforehand, and everybody who clicked on them saw the same thing. Dynamic websites are put together on the spot. Click on a dynamic news site, and it will pull together a custom page from different stories, images, and ads, that changes the next time you click.

EdgeSuite was a winner. Akamai picked up clients like retailer Target Corp. and computer maker Apple Inc., which in 2003 adopted it for the immensely popular iTunes online music store. In 2004, Akamai posted its first annual profit, and it’s been profitable every year since.

Friends think Flight 11 Israeli was ‘executed’

9/11 Redux: (The Observer’s Cut)
American Airlines Flight 11, Reexamined

 

These are just a few papers and documents i found, google for yourself and make your own thoughts.

How akamai works (.pdf ) and at microsoft research

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