Everything's going straight to the internet, including your groceries and your so-called "social life!"

2 days, 1 hour ago

We talk about C++ absolute value built in function abs() and show how to use them
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2 weeks, 1 day ago

A tech-related report with the side of politics. Will the U.S. Government's FBI invade our computers in the distant future? More in the video. Recorded by DoctorGamer101 of DoctorGames101, April 29,2016.

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***Website link to scanned article about the FBI hacking approved by U.S. Court:

Windows 10 Spying on you:

Rise of the Tomb Raider coming early 2016:

2 weeks, 5 days ago

We show you how to create a Class in c++
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3 weeks ago

Today we will talk about the first things you might want to do when you first start switching to Linux. We will use Linux Mint for this video, but the tips herein will also apply to other distros.

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2 months, 1 week ago

IBM has unveiled a breakthrough in semiconductor design and process with the development of the world's first chip announced with 2 nanometer (nm) nanosheet technology. Semiconductors play critical roles in everything from computing, to appliances, to communication devices, transportation systems, and critical infrastructure.

Demand for increased chip performance and energy efficiency continues to rise, especially in the era of hybrid cloud, AI, and the Internet of Things. IBM's new 2 nm chip technology helps advance the state-of-the-art in the semiconductor industry, addressing this growing demand. It is projected to achieve 45 percent higher performance, or 75 percent lower energy use, than today's most advanced 7 nm node chipsi.

The potential benefits of these advanced 2 nm chips could include:

Quadrupling cell phone battery life, only requiring users to charge their devices every four daysii.
Slashing the carbon footprint of data centers, which account for one percent of global energy useiii. Changing all of their servers to 2 nm-based processors could potentially reduce that number significantly.
Drastically speeding up a laptop's functions, ranging from quicker processing in applications, to assisting in language translation more easily, to faster internet access.
Contributing to faster object detection and reaction time in autonomous vehicles like self-driving cars.

Video is courtesy of IBM

2 months, 2 weeks ago

When Anonymous was unknown.
The story of spying and the people who refuse to comply.
Many speakers tell there story of issues with Gov. and how they dealt with it.

3 months, 3 weeks ago

Can people picture where AI is leading? It is going to be used for greed and war.....both of which are very bad. Think about it.

3 months, 3 weeks ago

In this episode of Rebooting Business digital marketing expert David Somerfleck sits down with cyber security expert Daniel Ford to break down cyber security trends, what to look out for, why cyber security matters, how it differs from website and computer security and a host of other related topics. If you enjoyed this video please like it and consider subscribing.

3 months, 4 weeks ago

linux still sucks

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4 months ago

How did they do it ? Think this is a therory no...Watched 100's of sworn testimonies not covered by Msm so experts explain this easy breezy steal

4 months, 1 week ago

I've sold hundreds of Precision desktops and servers and laptops and they are the best machine 🎙💧

4 months, 2 weeks ago

IBM Research chief writer and editorial lead Katia Moskvitch will host a live, public discussion about the state of quantum computing with IBM Fellow and IBM Research-Europe Department Head Science & Technology Heike Riel. The two will cover IBM's current quantum technology, how it's being used and by whom, and how anyone can learn to program quantum computers now - and be ready for a future quantum industry and workforce. Join IBM Research editor Katia Moskvitch, live from IBM Research's lab in Zurich, for a conversation and Q&A with IBM Fellow Heike Riel.

4 months, 2 weeks ago

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4 months, 3 weeks ago

See how you can make yourself an awesome looking and performing microphone for your desktop or laptop, with some common things lying around you

The main equipment is a dead earphone, because we will extract the condenser from the earphone and use it for making the microphone.
I have used a 3.5mm jack port for connecting the mic, but if you don't find it then you can directly cut down the aux cable, and then connect the mic wires directly to it.
As the base you can use anything that you feel like, such as cardboard, juice can, tin, or anything suitable
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4 months, 3 weeks ago


Watch Samy most recent talk on Browser Manipulation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1T_m...​

In this talk I'll introduce radio hacking, and take it a few levels into hacking real world devices like wirelessly controlled gates, garages, and cars. Many vehicles are now controlled from mobile devices over GSM and the web, while even more can be unlocked and ignitions started from wireless keyfobs over RF. All of these are subject to attack with low-cost tools (such as RTL-SDR, GNU Radio, HackRF, Arduino, and even a Mattel toy).

We'll investigate how these features work, and of course, how they can be exploited. I'll be going from start to finish on new tools and vulnerabilities in this area, such as key-space reduction attacks on fixed-codes, advanced "code grabbers" using RF attacks on encrypted and rolling codes, exploiting mobile devices and poor SSL implementations, and how to protect yourself against such issues.

By the end of this talk you’ll understand not only how vehicles and the wirelessly-controlled physical access protecting them can be exploited and secured, but also learn about various tools for hardware, car and RF research, as well as how to use and build your own inexpensive devices for such investigation!

Samy Kamkar
Samy Kamkar is an independent security researcher, best known for creating The MySpace worm, one of the fastest spreading viruses of all time. His open source software and research highlights the insecurities and privacy implications in every day technologies, from the Evercookie which produces virtually immutable respawning cookies, SkyJack, the drone that wirelessly hijacks other drones, and KeySweeper, a wireless keyboard sniffer camouflaged as a USB wall charger. He continues to release new tools and hardware, for examples most recently the ProxyGambit, OpenSesame and ComboBreaker tools.

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5 months ago

You're going to see a mute button. that's going to mute your microphone .that you have connected to discord. then you're going to see a Defen button. that's going to allow you. not only this. it's going to mute you but it's also going to allow you to where you're not going to hear all the jibber-jabber in your channels. To get more info visit our Article: https://newscutzy.com/discord/get-rid-discord-no-route/

5 months ago

It's been a long time since I did a remaster of one of TBONE's videos, but here's a brand new one!
In this video, TBONE rants about something that really drives you and me up a wall - CUSTOMER SERVICE! What looks like a simple task to accomplish turns into a long, drawn-out nightmare that steals a lot of precious time and claws at your sanity!

Oh, and to prove my point, check out my friend's video where he called Comcast! You won't believe how long he waited!


Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9RJp1w2p960

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5 months, 1 week ago

The GPU shortages are insane right now, NVIDIA recently announced that they will be producing new 1050 Ti and 2060 video cards to fill in the market gap.

5 months, 1 week ago

A very brief summary on the steps to get started with the Synology DS220+ Network Attached Storage (NAS). A look at the physical unit, how to add drives, and getting the drives ready to store files. (So I'm not traveling much nowadays, but I got to organize my media...)

More details here: https://kimbriggs.com/blog/computers/synology-ds220-nas-initial-setup

5 months, 2 weeks ago

This isn't so much a broken monitor, as a nonfunctioning monitor. Either way, if you can't turn it on, it's inoperable, or broken.

Song used in the voice-over segment was written by my brother. Link to his music channel: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/8CdXq5CVsYWf/

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5 months, 3 weeks ago

He is the most famous hacker of the world - and at CeBIT Global Conferences 2015 he performs a hack live on center stage: Kevin Mitnick.


6 months ago

Light Switched Source Code: https://github.com/cleancoders/
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Welcome to Programming 101. This is a video series for those of you who are wondering whether you want to learn how to program computers. This series will teach you that skill.

But this series will do something else. This series will convince you, early on, whether or not programming computers is something you want to do. By the time you are done with this first episode, you will know.

In this episode we cover a lot of ground. We introduce the structure of computers, touch on the basics of logic, add a smidgen of binary math, and just a skosh of the Java programming language. But more importantly, we use that knowledge to solve a typical programming problem. A normal, everyday, common problem: turning on the lights. That's right, we solve the problem of light switches.


6 months ago

We show you how to create a function in c++

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6 months, 1 week ago

We discuss how to compile & run a C++ program

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6 months, 1 week ago

Windows 98 SE Running on Dell Optiplex 780.

Core 2 Quad Processor
10 GB of RAM (limited to 256 mb in BIOS for Windows 98)
Logitech USB Mouse + Apple USB Keyboard

BIOS Setup for Windows 98 Checklist:
- Disable Multi-core setting
- Enable "Install OS" setting to limit the memory to 256 mb
- Disable Virtualization if possible
- Set hard drive into legacy (ATA/IDE) mode

Additional adjustments:
- Unplug unnecessary devices
- Remove memory from the slots if necessary
- Unplug unnecessary hard drives
- Backup all your data! Remember: Windows 98 will remove whatever boot-loader you have

Set Up system for Windows 98 in DOS:
- "Fdisk". Create FAT32 partition for Windows 98. Remember: Windows 98 doesn't support NTFS
- "Format c:" drive
- "sys c:" to install system files
- Install Windows in VM and copy the files to actual hard drive OR if installation works install it using those keys:
D:\WIN98\setup.exe /is /ie /x /id /im

(If needed, check the setup options using setup /?)

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00:00 Intro
03:05 Setting up BIOS for Windows 98
04:30 Epic fail
05:00 Booting up Windows 98
05:48 Windows 98 loading from CD
07:40 Another attempt?
09:24 Let's explore Windows 98 SE!
12:32 Conclusions

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** iMac 2008 SSD upgrade in 2020. Is it EASY? **

** Clover Tutorial: Booting Windows/Linux on Mac. No need to install BootLoader **

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6 months, 1 week ago

Hello everyone!

In this video we are going to talk about how to distinguish between good recruiters and bad tech recruiters.

I have done my best to keep it short and discuss the most points about the IT recruitment process such as:

- Qualities of a good recruiter
- Qualities of a bad recruiter
- How to understand what type of recruiter you are dealing with

Feel free to share your own experience as well
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6 months, 2 weeks ago

In this video we are discussing the possibilities of running Windows 98 from a flash drive. I am running this on IBM T42 system which was initially designed to work with Windows 98 and there are drivers available.

However, you might encounter problems when trying to install Windows 98 SE on a flash drive and this video discusses that.

Topics discussed in the video:
- Windows 98 on usb flash drive
- Stability of Windows 98 and using accessories
- Running old Dos/Windows games examples (Need for Speed, Commander Keen, etc.)
- My favorite file manager for Dos/Win. Dos Navigator.
- Windows 98 installation specifics on modern hardware/flash drives
- Unofficial Service Pack for Windows 98

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6 months, 2 weeks ago

Each Linux distro has it's own purpose. I would divide those in those groups:
1) Specific tools set. Kali Linux is an example of penetration testing set
2) Beautiful distros such as Elementary. I initially tried Linux a couple of years ago and while I liked it, but it felt like visual copy of Mac OS in many ways.
3) Distros intended to run on very low specs hardware. Such example would be an antiX Linux. Another purpose of this distro is also recovering boot records.
4) General purpose distros such as Ubuntu, Kubuntu and Manjaro

My computer: Macbook Pro, 2014. 16 GB of RAM, 512 GB SSD
Preferred Linux distro: Kubuntu 18.04 LTS


0:00 - Introduction
3:39 - Kali Linux
6:50 - antiX Linux
9:29 - elementary OS
13:40 - Kubuntu on external SSD
15:40 - Conclusions

But the main thing to realize when it comes to using those distros is that there is no ideal one-fits-all OS and you start with the distro that you personally like, adjust it as you like and go from there.

And it's a Linux, it's perfectly fine to switch distros when you want. In the world of Linux it's possible to keep user data on a separate partition and only reinstall the necessary apps, preserving all the settings.

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6 months, 2 weeks ago

In this episode we are discussing the impact of Intel to ARM transition for Macs that Apple announced on June 22nd, 2020.

- What are the Pros of the transition to Apple chips?
- What are the Cons of transition from the Intel?
- Where are we headed to overall?

Apple Announcement: (00:00)
Why ARM Transition is a Good Idea: (00:39)
Downsides of the Transition: (03:36)
Conclusion: (09:36)

** Medium article about the Mac migration from Intel to ARM by Apple **


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6 months, 3 weeks ago

Manjaro is one of those distros that gets a lot of recommendation, but can I recommend it for you? I'll be looking at Manjaro as a Ubuntu user who also uses Arch btw.

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8 months, 3 weeks ago

Are we really trying to destroy ourselves with all the technology we are making?

9 months ago

This video falls under Section 107 of the Copyright Act Law and was re-uploaded for the humanitarian purpose of education. I do not claim ownership of any of the Intellectual Property used in this video.

9 months ago

Linux is an excellent way to revitalize an old computer, keep your privacy safer, and bring tinkering back to your computer. This video shows you five ways you can try Linux.

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9 months, 1 week ago

hey guys LGR here with an overclocking video.. tonight i'm going to be trying to get my ASUS CUV4-RAWR-XD !!!DUAL!!! socket pentium 3 MOTHERBOARD with exploding NICHICON NIPPON CAPACITORS (:O) to oberclock to 16megahertz!! then we try to play doog noogem and cumander kino on the heckin' retro computerino!!! Ö <-[reddit moment xD] i think in a future video perhaps i will try to install gentoo and compile ungoogled-chromium on it so i can post in cunny threads! EDIT: Perineum 3 Cunny Posting Unit lacks SSE2 instructions!! that means i can't use web browse :( FUG DDDDDDDD:

10 months ago

"Is it live...or is it Memorex?" was a famous advertising slogan for video recordings back in the day. What if we asked that about reality itself? What if we're not actually real, but living in a computer simulation of reality?

(VIDEO CORRECTION: Whenever I say "1700s" I mean "1600s".)

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10 months, 2 weeks ago

featuring Hackerman's cousin and actor from Danger 5

11 months ago

How to upgrade your old and slow Laptop/PC. This strategy will help save time and money.

1. Backup your data through images or recovery systems

2. Clone your hard drive (HDD) to the new solid state drive (SSD)What you’ll need: Larger storage SSD, USB to SATA cable or HDD/SSD Enclosure, RAM and, cloning software depending on the manufacturer. Yet, this time I’ll be using the MACRIUM Software. Also ensure that the SSD is in the same FORMAT as the HDD.

3. Open up your Laptop, if there is dust inside clean it up, I’ve already done that so I’ll skip that step. You may use Blow Off Duster cans (Air blowers) to blow off the dust.

4. Remove the old and slow HDD and store it into the Enclosure or somewhere safe to use it as an external HDD or data backup.

5. Install your new extra RAM and use the HDD brackets to install the cloned SSD.

6. Close up your Laptop and boot it, at times it may need you to choose a boot drive.

7. After booting it for the first time shut it down and boot it again to ensure everything is on check.


8. Search for Disk Cleanup and run it, be sure to select all the unnecessary files such as temporary files then delete them.

9. Increase your Virtual memory:

10. Use the Virtual memory formula: megabytes per gigabyte X number of RAM gigs X 2 (1024mb X___X 2.)

11. Restart your system for the changes to take place.

Congratulations you are done!!! Your Laptop is Up-to-date, runs smoothly and fast.



Orico HDD/SSD Enclosure

Team Group 1TB SSD

Other places to check

Macrium Reflect Software

Minitool Partition Wizard

11 months, 1 week ago

Gentoo's eix tool is a vast improvement over emerge --search. Learn the basics about this great program in this video!

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11 months, 3 weeks ago

In this video, I show my process for manually upgrading the Linux kernel to a new version on Gentoo. This can be a pretty daunting task to a newcomer, but don't worry, it isn't scary at all!NOTE: I recorded this video some time ago, but only recently finished it off and decided to upload it. Therefor, the version of the kernel that I am upgrading to is outdated by this point. The advice and directions remains the same, however!

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11 months, 3 weeks ago

Do Aliens Have Computers? How Fast Are they? How Much Power Do They Use?
I'm reading from Billy Meier contacts
Billy has questions about their computers
This is from Contact Report 301
Billy is talking to Ptaah on Tuesday, April 24, 2001
Billy asks about a new 'control disc' and later, he refers to it as a 'computer', so that confirms that it's what we think of as a computer
Ptaah says it's 74 exabytes and I looked that up, using Google and got Wikipedia
1 EB = 10^18 bytes
= 1000^6 bytes
= 1,000,000,000,000,000,000B
= 1000 petabytes
= 1 million terabytes
= 1 billion gigabytes

11 months, 4 weeks ago

* More on user interfaces
* Restate thesis

1 year ago

* Complaining
* User Interfaces

1 year ago

* Stupid customers
* Job I used to have
* Idiot boss

1 year, 1 month ago

When Edgy and Todd decide to turn their SSD into a boot drive it escalates into an absolute nightmare. Frustration, rage, and headaches ensue

ORIGINAL NIGHTMARE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Hy-4...
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1 year, 1 month ago

* Buy then buy again (but something new different)
** Working on old computer
** Aspect rations

1 year, 2 months ago

* Where is now
* Sisyphus
** another branch of the Italian conspiracy.

1 year, 2 months ago

Pt 1 of 5: The godsend of technology; Machinery; Television; Personal computers.

1 year, 2 months ago

Pt 2 of 5: Personal computers and Internet; Landscaping/lawn care, Environmental destruction.

1 year, 2 months ago

for next episode => https://archive.org/details/one-hecto-sixteen
* Reading in dreams
* Playing telephone but longer
* =debian/install=

1 year, 2 months ago

The're after me.

1 year, 3 months ago

Hello anyone who manages to find this little channel. Welcome to BT&T, a new tech channel for computer enthusiasts and inquisitors. We're going to check out lots of things here , and have fun doing it. Subscribe for more!!

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1 year, 3 months ago

* Cleaning
* More E.R.

1 year, 3 months ago

* TAD and GCS

1 year, 4 months ago

Among the many Mark of the Beast movies and 666 films made, one Mark of the Beast documentary stands out as a MUST WATCH... The Mark of the Beast (666), cashless society, RFID human micro-chipping agenda is arguably the greatest challenge of the 21st Century. Sadly, most of the church world is either woefully unprepared for it, or even promoting it. Featuring footage and interviews from all around the world, this prophetic movie, produced nearly a decade ago, is getting more and more relevant as time passes. Take a look at where the world is fast heading and the lengths some people have gone to exit the Matrix, through moneyless living and other forms of practical and spiritual prepping. Find out the only way to beat the system and ensure your eternal destiny!

1 year, 5 months ago

* Chat-bot
** Boi Bot

1 year, 5 months ago

* Schedule
* Chat-bot
** Evie Bot
* Metabolism
Need to eat more meat.

1 year, 5 months ago

* Chatbots
** Cleverbot

1 year, 5 months ago

Quantum computing and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are changing the way in which data is being processed and used. This video explores the sinister reality of how the Mark of the Beast (666) system is coming together, aided by quantum computing (like the IBM Q quantum computer), biometric data and other technological developments. It reveals how the Mark of the Beast technology is here and governments and scientists are wanting to push it through into the public domain, with China's "Social Credit System" giving us a chilling, real-time portent of the future.

1 year, 5 months ago

What will happen if we reject the Mark of the Beast? Will we be killed or will we survive? The Bible seems to talk about two different groups of believers in the end times. On the one hand 144,000 believers seem to be protected during the Great Tribulation. On the other, the Book of Revelation also describes a great multitude without number that "comes out of the great tribulation" and who appear to be killed during that time. This video looks at some of the characteristics of both groups and suggests that what we do right now may have bearing on which group we will belong to. Check out the following video from End Time Survivors about The Woman in the Wilderness: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvOgA... For direct contact with people from The Mark of the Beast channel, email: [email protected]

1 year, 5 months ago

* Turing Test
* Playing with ELIZA

1 year, 5 months ago

* Chat-bots
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A 2010 PBS History, War Documentary narrated by LeAnn Erickson.
In early December 1941, Betty Jean Jennings was a freshman completing her first semester at a rural Missouri college. In Philadelphia, Doris and Shirley Blumberg were seniors at Girl’s High and Marlyn Wescoff was completing a minor in business machines at Temple University. In an era of limited career opportunities for women, these bright students anticipated low paying careers as schoolteachers or bookkeepers. But on Sunday, December 7, the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor and changed these young women’s lives forever. With Pearl Harbor suddenly drawing the US in to WWII, the Army launched a frantic national search for women mathematicians.

Doris (Polsky) and Shirley (Melvin), the Blumberg Twins Doris and Shirley grew up in the Grays Ferry neighborhood of Philadelphia. Their father was a respected real estate broker and both parents were active in the local Jewish community. In May 1942, as the Blumberg twins were graduating from the prestigious Philadelphia High School for Girls, at the urging of their high school principle they became part of a secret ballistics research lab then forming at the University of Pennsylvania.

Marlyn Wescoff (Meltzer) In May of 1942 Marlyn was just completing a degree in Mathematics Education from Temple University and found that her minor in business machines would serve her well in the booming civilian job market. During the summer of ’42 a family friend told her about a professor at the University of Pennsylvania who was interviewing women to do weather calculations and by fall 1942, she became part of a group of human computers working under the direction of Dr. John Mauchly and his wife Mary.

Betty Jean Jennings (Bartik) The Great Depression had hit Missouri hard, with farm families struggling mightily to make ends meet. Born the 6th or seven children, Betty Jean was determined to escape farm life and her path out lead through higher education. Thanks to a $400 loan from a beloved aunt, Betty Jean studied mathematics at the local Teacher’s College. Upon graduation in spring 1945, she seized the opportunity to come to Philadelphia, where she joined Doris, Shirley and Marlyn as a ballistics ‘computer’. Little did she know that this trip east would also lead to an unprecedented future as one of the first programmers of ENIAC.

Joe Chapline In May 1942 Joe was a graduate student assisting Dr. Mauchly at the University of Pennsylvania where he had been hired to work as the ‘mechanic’ of UPenn’s Differential Analyzer. The Differential Analyzer was a 30 foot long mechanical calculating machine that generated differential calculations. In June of ’42 the Army took over operation of UPenn’s Differential Analyzer and, understanding Joe’s unique contribution to the workings of the machine, he was deferred from military service so he could keep the Differential Analyzer working 24 hours a day, for the duration.

James ‘Doug’ Mickle Doug Mickle was a business major at the Drexel Institute of Technology when the war broke out and not waiting to be drafted, joined the Army Air Corp where he became a pilot on a B17 Flying Fortress. By January 1945 Lieutenant Mickle had completed 30 successful missions over Europe, thus fulfilling his duty to Uncle Sam. He remained in the service until September 1945, serving out the last months of WWII in England.

Edward Sage Ed was an engineering student at Drexel when the war broke out and he enlisted in the Army Air Corp. His dream was to become a pilot but he was crushed when the Army said he was too small for the job. However, his small stature was perfect for the role of bombardier and so Ed became a lead bombardier and navigator on a B17. Based out of England, he completed 30 missions with only a minor injury to himself. But the ramifications of his service would stay with him for the rest of his life.

John Mauchly and J. Presper Eckert In 1942 Dr. John Mauchly was a young physics professor researching weather prediction at the University of Pennsylvania’s Moore School of Engineering, and J. Presper Eckert was a brilliant graduate student in Engineering. To speed up his weather calculations, Mauchly had conceived of a radical new machine, an entirely electronic, digital calculator, and Eckert wanted to help build it.

Captain Herman Goldstine Herman Goldstine held a PhD in mathematics from the University of Chicago and with the US entry into WWII, found himself assigned as the supervisor of the Army’s satellite ballistics research lab in Philadelphia at the Moore School of Engineering. Thanks to Joe Chapline, Goldstine met Dr. Mauchly and heard about his plan to create an electronic digital computer. Convinced his idea could work, in the spring of 1943 Captain Goldstine escorted Mauchly and Eckert to Aberdeen Proving Ground to pitch their idea to the Army brass. The development of ENIAC- the Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer- was underway.

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* Current Project
* Different Projects
** APIs like environments

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Experimental data bending becomes
controllable musical elements
in silence also

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Examines the impact of new computer technology - the chip and the microcomputer - on business and industry. Presents the conflicting views of management and workers on the advantages to be derived from the new technology and suggests that management benefits more through increased control over production and reduced labour costs. Includes footage of the promotional advertisements used by companies that supply and use the equipment.

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In my life, I have owned five computers. Come and learn of their fates. E:-( E:-I 3:-O

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