iPhone Timeline: The history of every generation in chronological order 2007-2020

iPhone Timeline: The history of every generation in chronological order 2007-2020 1

Every generation or two, a technological advancement is made that is so significant it radically changes the foundation, direction, and momentum of society. The car, telephone, airplane, television, personal computer, and the internet have all dramatically shifted the very structure of modern society, opening up possibilities undreamed of before their creation and dramatically shifting the …

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Blogging, Where Web Logs Came From

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According to Brandon Gaille, there are over 152 million blogs on the internet today with a new blog being added every half second.  So what is a blog exactly?  Over 32 million Americans currently read blogs every week yet most people can not explain what a blog actually is. At their inception, the first ‘blogs’ were …

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Internet Business: A History

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The internet is a vast and beautiful entity that allows unprecedented access to information, the likes of which we have never seen before. Never before has one had as much access to knowledge as today, and that’s thanks to the internet. Not only is the internet a giant repository of information, accessible from something as …

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The Beats to Beat: A History of Guitar Hero

History of Guitar Hero

In the 19 games of the series, the Guitar Hero Franchise was very successful even though it only lasted six years. Guitar Hero is a video game where one plays an instrument shaped controller along to pre-made track lists as if part of a rock band. From its startup in the United States in 2005, …

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The History of Website Design

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The internet is a relatively new invention but since it’s birth, it has changed the way we live. It has spawned hundreds of new industries, dramatically improved communication times, and created millions of new jobs, particularly in developing nations. One of those hundreds of new industries that are responsible for thousands of jobs is website …

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Who Invented the Internet? A First-Hand Account

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ON OCTOBER 3, 1969, two computers at remote locations “spoke” to each other over the Internet for the first time. Connected by 350 miles of leased telephone line, the two machines, one at the University of California in Los Angeles and the other at Stanford Research Institute in Palo Alto, attempted to transmit the simplest …

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