The history of technology and technology throughout history; human innovation from the first stone tool to the iPhone and beyond.
Zarina Hashmi, an Indian-American craftsman referred to expertly as 'Zarina,' spent a lifetime in brevity. Brought into the world in Aligarh, India, Zarina regularly went all throughout the planet, settling and resettling in Bangkok, Tokyo, Delhi, Paris, Los Angeles, and New York. Her craft connected essentially with the Minimalist development, utilizing woodblock prints of crosshatched lines and unidentified shapes. Continuously, however, Zarina returned again to the physical and enthusiastic characteristics of a home.
Mahindra & Mahindra celebrates 75th anniversary by launching new Thar
Did you know that for the first two decades, all the Jeeps made by Mahindra were left-hand-drive? Or that the 20 crore rupees Pawan Goenka asked Anand Mahindra to invest into developing a curved windshield for the Mahindra Bolero ended up making the company over 20,000 crore rupees? Or the Rs 600 crore allocated to the design and development of the Mahindra Scorpio would otherwise have gone into a joint venture with Ford and their new Chennai plant? Or even the fact that the CJ-5 was never made in India and the few examples with enthusiasts were captured from the retreating Pakistan Army and later sold off in Army auctions?
History Of The Washing Machine
The early washing machines were in no way like what we have today. The scour board was imagined in 1797 and started a race to build up a washing machine that was greater and better. James King kicked things off in 1851 with a washing machine, the first of its kind, to utilize a drum. In spite of the fact that it was still hand controlled, King’s model resembled the present day washing machine. The turning machine was protected by Hamilton Smith in 1858. The turning washing machine offered path to the Thor washing machine which was designed by Alva J. Fisher. It was a drum sort washing machine that had an electrifies tub and even an electric motor. It was acquainted with general society in 1908 by the Hurley Machine Company of Chicago, Illinois. The patent was issued in 1910.
For Latvian-American artist Vija Celmins, the objective of workmanship was never self-articulation yet rather the surfaces and actual characteristics that can draw the watcher's eye. "I attempt to utilize a picture since it pulls in you to the composition… however the work of art isn't a window. The work of art has its own world," Celmins told the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in 2018. "At times… the lone part that I think is about any worth is simply the making."
History of Computers
What is a computer? Computer, electronic device that can receive a set of instructions, or program, and then carry out this program by performing calculations on numerical data or by compiling and correlating other forms of information. The modern world of high technology could not have come about except for the development of the computer. Different types and sizes of computers find uses throughout society in the storage and handling of data, from secret governmental files to banking transactions to private household accounts.
Do you Own the Internet?
The internet is a larger network that allows computer networks controlled by enterprises, governments, colleges, and other organizations all over the world to communicate with one another. As a result, there are a tangle of cables, computers, data centers, routers, servers, satellites, and Wi-Fi towers that allow digital data to go across the world.
The Importance of Open Source Software
It is great working with open source software (or OSS for short) when it comes to working with computer science and basic computer applications. Why? Well, the two main things that make open source software so great is that it is free and you are free to modify the software however you want in order to truly make it your own. Freeware is cool and it is similar to the open source software model. However, one of the issues with freeware is that they have unusual licensing terms that let you use a piece of software for free, but prevents you from modifying said software. This piece of code might be something you can use without spending any money, yet you will not be able to change anything without possibly ending up in some kind of legal trouble. OSS is also beneficial compared to a lot of commercially available software, which requires you to pay money and will probably not allow you to change even the tiniest bit of code without it being a major legal issue. If you try to change some commercial app or program to suit your own needs without paying for some kind of license from the parent company, you better have some great lawyers backing you up! With open source software, you have no such worries, which is great for any tech nerds out there who want to mess with the code to their favorite program or the average Joe who wants to use a software program, but is really tight on money.
It's All About Convergence
Not too long ago I realized that of all my children, only my two oldest had memories of the bad old “dial-up” days. They were born in the mid to late 90s. Technology wise, most internet users subscribed to dial-up plans offered by the local telcos as well as local Internet Service Providers. In my town, we had two or three ISPs run out of basements. In those days, cellphones were just beginning to catch-on. But still, most cellphone users were businesspeople. 3G cell protocol was launched in Japan during that period. Windows 98, and Windows NT reigned supreme on most desktops; Novel version 3.2 and Digital Electronics DEC systems still ran most business networks. Lotus Notes was still the preference for business email systems. For consumers, AOL, Yahoo, and Excite dominated the Internet, and Ask Jeeves was the favorite search engine for most people looking for answers to problems.
The Solarwinds Hackers Used An Ios Flaw To Compromise Iphones
The Elgato Faceam connects to PCs and Macs via USB-C, clamps to the top of the display and attaches to a tripod with a thread of three quarters of an inch. It does not have a microphone on board, but creators and professionals are expected to use a special microphone.
George Nakashima Furniture
George Nakashima was a carpenter, furniture artist. He was born in Spokane, WA. He acquired a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Washington in 1929 and a Master of Architecture from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1931. George Nakashima furniture investigates the polarity among strength and delicacy. Cut from sublime bits of rich, unique wood, his works are extra and exquisite—the consequence of formal schooling in engineering just as broad openness to European Modernism, Eastern strict way of thinking, and Japanese art customs.
Catching the KGB
You’ve probably never heard of Dr. Clifford Stoll, an eccentric scientist from California with a Ph.D in astronomy, who almost single handedly outsmarted the KGB while some of their operatives in Germany were trying to hack into US national defense secrets.
A Look Back Into Prehistoric Times
I know the Internet was around before 1995, but it still wasn't a household name at that time. Today, you would need to be about forty or more to understand life pre-net.