On March 2, 1931, "Jake" Feinler was born. The internet is the sum of hundreds of smaller innovations. But when all the male inventors of all these innovations were fighting about who invented the Internet Elizabeth “Jake” Feinler said “I am proud to have had a small role in the development of the Internet, a technical phenomenon that has changed the way the world learns and communicates.” She was the Network Information Systems Center director at the Stanford Research Institute. Her group operated the Network Information Center for the ARPANET as it evolved into the Defense Data Network and the Internet. Her group also created the naming registry for World Wide Web domains designation behind web addresses “.edu,” “.gov,” “.org,” “.mil” and of course dot com (.com)