Not all #TechHistory was made in Silicon Valley. Check out "Silicon City" to learn about the computing history made in New York, the site of our #CodeJam2016 Finals and the second biggest Google office. http://goo.gl/wQkLwr
Every 15 minutes, for nearly a year, 500 men, women, and children rose majestically into “the egg,” Eero Saarinen's idiosyncratic theater at the 1964 World's Fair. It was very likely their first introduction to computer logic. Computing was not new. But for the general public, IBM's iconic ...
I'm just glad that the mouse became an essential part of the computer...it really make it simpler to operate the computer. I mean does technology has to be made simpler to use in order for the mass market to appreciate?
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