The history of technology and technology throughout history; human innovation from the first stone tool to the iPhone and beyond.
Knowledge about Computer
Today's computer has become an integral part of our daily lives. Also, their use has skyrocketed in the war over the past decade. Nowadays, they use the computer in all offices whether private or public. Mankind has been using computers for more than a decade now. Also, they are used in many fields such as agriculture, design, machinery, defense and much more. Above all, they have changed the world.
Computer Science: What is it and what is it going to do to the world?
CSIRAC: World’s Last Surviving 1st Generation Computer
THE WORLD WAS a different place in 1949: vinyl LP records had just been invented, the now-iconic Volkswagen Kombi van debuted on the market, the world’s first jet-powered airliner took its maiden flight, and the People’s Republic of China was proclaimed by Mao Zedong.
5 Facts About Microsoft
(1) Microsoft Once Invested In Apple In 1997, Steve Jobs was back on top at Apple, but the company was in major financial trouble. It was a moment that required a big financial help.
HTML And how it came to be
Introduction HTML is a coding language used worldwide It was made by Tim Berners-Lee in 1993 it was the first version of it was made by him Tim Berners-Lee also invented the World wide web.
A brief history of web app automation: From Yahoo Pipes to Zapier to automation everywhere.
This article was originally published by me over on Capiche. In 2020, just about everyone has used — or at least heard of — apps like Zapier, IFTTT, and Integromat, or at least used built-in automation tools and workflow builders inside apps like Slack. For many businesses, automation is a non-optional investment. If they want to compete in their industry, then automation is a must.
Bloody Ties — My Link To The Border Reivers And Carlisle’s Cursing Stone
Originally posted on Medium.com 31/01/2021 If you’ve ever had the opportunity to travel in the far north of England, the moors and hills of the Cheviots and Pennines, though beautiful, are not the most hospitable of environments. Modern residents, with access to contemporary innovations like properly surfaced roads, well-stocked supermarkets, and internet service of a sort, are still cut off by snow and ice on occasion in winter, even when they don’t live too far from the beaten track.
The Mysterious Existence of A#
Programming has become one of the most sought-after jobs in recent years, with employment rates rising exponentially and excellent pay. Companies around the world are looking for people with top-tier coding experience to work for them. Programming is the reason why applications run on phones, and is the basis of how the internet functions. Since the emergence of the world of programming, hundreds of languages have been developed, and more are still in development. We will always find ways to improve and develop languages that can run tasks the most efficiently. However, there is no way every computing language in the spiraling abyss of languages is used on a day-to-day basis. There are simply too many languages, in which most have been replaced by more effective and efficient ones. Most languages will eventually meet their end and phase-out of popularity and use.
My name is Kasamba, and I’m from Congo. My country taught me how to run for my life. Never thought I’d be grateful for all my youthful dashes of terror. Then again, I also never thought that a single journal could contain all scientific truth on Dark Matter. Or all truth concerning the very origin of life on our planet. But I was both grateful for my dangerous nation and in possession of the journal as I sprinted across Cairo's rooftops from Silver-Serpent mercenaries.
by that line of crepe myrtles
by that line of crepe myrtles they told us to dig the graves by that line of crepe myrtles, so we did. today there weren't too many, only five, and percy was helping me. but it was still hard work, and the sun was dang hot, and the sweat bees and the deer flies pestered us all day long till we was done.
The Origins of Symbols @ and #
Have you ever wondered why we use specific symbols for certain things? Especially the symbols used in social media. People all around the world use them every minute of every day on social media. However, most don’t even know the history and meaning behind these symbols. And almost all of them were used and created before the internet was even a thought. The symbols I’m referring to are the hashtag (#) and the at (@). These symbols can be seen all over social media sites such as YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Both of these symbols have huge significance on all these platforms without them they would become bland. Below we will dive deeper and find the true origin of the at and hashtag symbols.
The Impact of Computer Technology on Society
Technology is the collective term for various types of practices, devices, and strategies used in developing new products or services or in the achievement of specific goals, for example, scientific research. One branch of technology is information technology. Another is software technology. The technology applications are so diverse that they can be said to represent the entire spectrum of human thought and endeavour.