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The Electronic Revolution
The Electronic Revolution
The Electronic Revolution THE ELECTRONIC REVOLUTION We are all aware of the first and second industrial revolutions as described in our Text: Technology and American Society, and how they have influenced our lives and cultures today. This material has been presented in a limited amount so we may have an understanding of the major technological transformations of the last three centuries and the causes and effects of technological change. 1 I will present in this paper a limited view of a subjec
Tim berners lee
Tim berners lee
Tim berners lee Tim Berners-Lee graduated from the Queen\'s College at Oxford University, England, 1976. Whilst there he built his first computer with a soldering iron, TTL gates, an M6800 processor and an old television. He spent two years with Plessey Telecommunications Ltd  (Poole, Dorset, UK) a major UK Telecom equipment manufacturer, working on distributed transaction systems, message relays, and bar code technology. In 1978 Tim left Plessey to join D.G Nash Ltd (Ferndown, Dorset, UK), whe
The Electronic Revolution
The Electronic Revolution
The Electronic Revolution We are all aware of the first and second industrial revolutions as described in our Text: Technology and American Society," and how they have influenced our lives and cultures today. This material has been presented in a limited amount so we may have an understanding of the major technological transformations of the last three centuries and the causes and effects of technological change. 1 I will present in this paper a limited view of a subject not covered or classifi
Tim berners lee
Tim berners lee
Tim berners lee Tim Berners-Lee graduated from the Queen\'s College at Oxford University, England, 1976. Whilst there he built his first computer with a soldering iron, TTL gates, an M6800 processor and an old television. He spent two years with Plessey Telecommunications Ltd (Poole, Dorset, UK) a major UK Telecom equipment manufacturer, working on distributed transaction systems, message relays, and bar code technology. In 1978 Tim left Plessey to join D.G Nash Ltd (Ferndown, Dorset, UK), where
Tim berners lee
Tim berners lee
Tim berners lee Tim Berners-Lee graduated from the Queen's College at Oxford University, England, 1976. Whilst there he built his first computer with a soldering iron, TTL gates, an M6800 processor and an old television. He spent two years with Plessey Telecommunications Ltd �(Poole, Dorset, UK) a major UK Telecom equipment manufacturer, working on distributed transaction systems, message relays, and bar code technology. In 1978 Tim left Plessey to join D.G Nash Ltd (Ferndown, Dorset, UK), whe
Internet
Internet
internet The Internet was the result of some visionary thinking by people in the early 1960s who saw great potential value in allowing computers to share information on research and development in scientific and military fields. J.C.R. Licklider of MIT, first proposed a global network of computers in 1962, and moved over to the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in late 1962 to head the work to develop it. Leonard Kleinrock of MIT and later UCLA developed the theory of packet swit
Tech
Tech
tech Hi................ Really the pics you would love to see!! d8d8a84.gif 1) Tim Berners Lee -- Founder of the World Wide Web d8d8a84.jpg 2) Picture taken when microsoft was started d8d8a8e.jpg 3) Steve Woznaik(sitting) and Steve Jobs of APPLE Computers. He was three months late in filing a name for the business because he didn\'t get any better name for his new company. So one day he told to the staff: If I\'ll not get better name by 5 o\'clcok today, our company\'s name will be anything he l
Entangled in the Web
Entangled in the Web
Entangled in the Web While flipping through the old pages of a book on Speech and Communication, my eyes caught the following lines of Marshall McLuhan: “Someday the whole world would be a global village.” He was simply referring to the idealized concept of a diverse community where people of different races and cultures would commune together (New York of today, for example). Little did McLuhan know that his words will one day become literal. That day is today! After the short “dial-up rattle”o