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diamond jubilee

the invention of the computer by: Justin and Andrew
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Andrew Weishaar

on 14 October 2012

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Transcript of diamond jubilee

1960 the first commercial computer with keyboard input and monitor display made. The History of Digital Computers in 1960 the first computer with digital keyboard input was introduced. 1960 First commercial computer with keyboard input and monitor to display entered material-the PDP-1-introduced 1961 IBM introduces Selectric typewriter, in which characters are printed on paper by a rotating ball while the carriage remains fixed 1962 1963 Philips introduces the "Compact Cassette" for recording sound on magnetic tape First push-button telephones introduced. Fiber-tip pen developed in Japan by Pen tel, initially using a bamboo inner barrel to feed ink into the fiber tip (1966, bamboo barrel was replaced by a bundle of acrylic fibers that transferred ink to the tip by capillary action) 1964 Robert Propst and George Nelson of Herman Miler introduce "Action Office" freestanding units 1969 the "Mother of the Internet," is begun as a U.S. government experiment linking researchers with remote computer centers and allowing them to share hardware and software resources the reason why computers are important today is because they help us with our everyday lives and they make life alot easier with getting messages to people and writing papers. by: Justin Rhodes and Andrew Weishaar 1960 ARPANET, the "Mother of the Internet," is begun as a U.S. government experiment linking researchers with remote computer centers and allowing them to share hardware and software resources citations
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images from google images 1969 ARPANET, the "Mother of the Internet," is begun as a U.S. government experiment linking researchers with remote computer centers and allowing them to share hardware and software resources
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