History of technology

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8 Great Places To Find Articles Worth Reading On The WebMakeUseOf has a list and description of sites that collect good articles History of supercomputers — fast, faster, fastestAt ZDNet, Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols describes supercomputers from the CDC-6600 to the present champ, Milky Way-2 How Computer Memory WorksYouTube video from Computerphile explains what goes on […]

Failed predictions

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Everything You Need To Know About Ethernet CablesAt MakeUseOf, James Bruce explains about different kinds of cables Free downloads from the Metropolitan Museum of ArtNearly 400,000 images from the collection of one of the world’s great museums free to download GoodreadsVery popular site for finding good books to read. Tech Support Scams – Help & […]

Evolution of WiFi

This very large large infographic is from D-Link and mentions the company a few times but it also has some interesting information. Via Techspot

Computers have come a long way

Below is my first computer. It’s the Univac I that I used in graduate school at Harvard in 1956-57. Below that is a recent Intel wearable computer device. Its computing power is far greater than that of the Univac. We’ve come a long way. From this: To this: Source of Intel picture: Techspot