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History of the Internet
Transcript of History of the Internet
Impact of new media
The very first computer
can be traced back to
the advancements made by:
Granville T Woods
the difference engine
computation for calculating tables with less error
Jon Von Neumann
Working with Stanisław Ulam, they developed simulations for the hydrodynamic computations.
Von Newman contributed to the development
of the Monte Carlo method, which allowed complicated problems to be approximated using random numbers.
What does this mnemonic
A crater on the moon is named
Today's lecture will leave you
remembering 3 mnemonic devices...
for the definition of the internet
1945 - US dropped an atomic bomb on hiroshima
SAGE - Radar tower was being created to detect incoming bombers
Had to figure out a way
to encrypt the messages
and transfer the messages
Sputnik - Russian Satellite
and US began to use military spending on
Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy
created packet switching
at MIT = internet connections
Started in the Pentagon..
Research locations at: UCLA, Stanford Research Institute, UCSB, and the University of Utah
ARPANET provided away of connecting computers. The networking of computers helped distribute
the work over a larger group of people in
Could Reach out
touch the computer
Created one of
the first general
BBN - interface was a
We use them to talk
to each other
internet is created
email is created
When people were sharing a
machine they felt they had
to talk to each other...
Paul Baran in the early 1960's, and then independently a
few years later by Donald Davies. Leonard Kleinrock conducted
early research in the related field of digital message switching,
and helped build the ARPANET, the world's first packet switching network
meant a bulletin board
1978 Ward Christensen created CBBS - Bulletin Board System
So he could
1979 - Usenet is created
precursor to message boards
1982 Minitell - made a
chess program with a
chat feature that evolved
into Instant Messenger
AND NOW THE
LETS REVIEW SOME OF
THE RECIPES WITH
THIS BOOK OF
PUBLISHED BY HOUSTON & SONS - 1856 AND CONTINUOSLY REPRINTED IN MANY NEW AND UPDATED EDITIONS
had this book with him... and was
Tim Berners Lee
thought the book was a
portal to a world of information
Tim Berns Lee - Created the World Wide Web In 1990
1995 GeoCities and Tripod
1997 Weblogs - Pointing
2001 - Wikipedia -
an online encylopedia
begins to gain popularity.
IN JUNE 2014!!!
88% OF AMERICA IS CONNECTED TO THE
WE NEED TO PLACE
IT ON THE SERVER
THEN WE CALL
ON THE SERVER FROM OUR BROWSER
So What Is The Telegraph Anways?
Alfred Vail, Joseph Henry, Samuel Morse were the three men provided credit for the invention of Morse Code (1836) for usage on the electrical telegraph, created by Pavel Schilling (1832).
How does the telegraph work?
How do we speak Morse Code Properly?
In this presentation we will discuss some of the founders influential to the creation of the internet… this can be a passionate debate regarding the true inception although many reference all the way back to the beginning of mathematics, and the Lebombo Bone (the fibula or calf bone of a baboon):
We could go further and debate if
Math is the most important factor to the creation of Computers and the Internet.
WE NEED TO CREATE OUR HTML FILE WITH A SPECIAL EDITOR.
and now anyone who enters our postal address will be able to hear our
Hot New Music Video...
Set off an
Connect the world to
infinite data and discovery...
allows us to create anything
we want to share with others.
We need to store it on a server.
Then anyone can come and see
what we made...
... just like justin bieber did
Our location is like a postal address where the data is stored.
Lembombo Bone: An ancient artifact found between South Africa and Swaisland, dating back 150,000 years…
2000 -- The world wide web is estimated to exceed 2 billion pages
Can we also place importance on Communication, Language, etc?