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The History of the computer

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Katie Griffiths

on 11 October 2012

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Transcript of The History of the computer

History of computers By Katie Griffiths, Alex Hill, Elizabeth Morse, Maria Lyons http://www.w3.org/People/Berners-Lee/
http://www.computerhistory.org/
https://portal.we-learn.org.uk/ Bibliography created in 1944 Colossus performed calculations for navigation tables, tide charts, and planetary positions. The origin of the name 01001000 01001001 Computer facts The first World wide web Fact File on Tim Berners-Lee
Born: 8th June 1955
Nationality: English
Graduated from: Oxford University
Occupation: Computer Programmer
Recognition:
-1 of 6 members of the World Wide Web Hall of Fame.
-Appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in the 1997 Queens Birthday Honours. THANK YOU FOR WATCHING given the name ‘computer’ they performed jobs that the ‘human computers’ had done. boredom set in very fast leads to careless mistakes. Answers not produced very fast Was the first electronic computer ever invented. the entire machine needed to be re-wired Hardly anyone knew that it existed each one had 1500 valves working it. There were ten Colossus’ was used to decipher codes in the war. It was housed in Bletchley Park. Punched paper that dates back from 60 years can be used. 2 billion transistors 2000 football pitches ENIAC weighs 30 tonnes Invented in 1945 Work out this binary code! History of the computer picture time line https://portal.we-learn.org.uk/CookieAuth.dll?GetLogon?curl=Z2F&reason=0&formdir=6
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