Re: no provision for utilities at all
> Or, apparently, a cup of tea (which the civil service lived on then, and probably still does).
They used to, until The Great Tea Trolley Disaster of '67.
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"being the first artist to see the view from space should result in something with historical importance"
This isn't about messaging at all. It's more like the Linux program "KDEConnect", which displays your phone notifications on your desktop, provided both are connected to the same local network/wifi.
KDEConnect, however, also does things like battery state monitoring, file transfer, using the phone's touchscreen as a trackpad, etc.
For "unified" messaging, look into Pidgin
You are correct. The Alex North composed score wasn't released until 1993.
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