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TheInternetNotes - 03:24 SamuelMorse o JohnVincentAtanas

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03:24 Early Origins of the Internet Samuel Morse o Telegraph of his was the earliest precursor of today’s computer networks.  Early telegraph wire services such as the Associated Press were the  forerunners of information services on the web What Led to the Computers of Today??? John Vincent Atanasoff o Designed first electronic computer, though not successfully built Data processing needs in WWII resulted in the construction of the first  working digital computers SAGE System o Was inspired by military needs o **Produced breakthroughs in computer memory, data communications,  and display technologies** Altair o First personal computer, although the Apple II was the first machine of its  kind that would be recognizable to today’s PC user What are the Origins of the Web?
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The Internet 03:24 Q: What is the importance of the original design of the Internet?
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  • Spring '07
  • Nasr
  • World Wide Web, Internet access, John Vincent Atanasoff, PRODUCTS AGENCY NETWORK, Early telegraph wire, rural areas  Computers

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