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Chapter 14 Lecture - 1 Chapter 14 The Internet and Video...

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Unformatted text preview: 4/24/11 1 Chapter 14 The Internet and Video Game Industries Reminder All papers are due next Wednesday, April 27 at the beginning of class. LATE PAPERS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED . Examples of digital representations Chapter #14 Background Chapter #14 Digital Electronic technology that generates, stores, processes and transmits data in the form of strings of 0s and 1s. Background Chapter #14 Convergence Ability of different media to interact easier because of information in digital form. 4/24/11 2 Background Chapter #14 Interactivity The ability to track and respond to any actions triggered by the end user, in order to cultivate a rapport. History of Computers Chapter #14 • 1600 – Pascal invents early computing machine • 1600s – Leibnitz introduces binary digits. Leibnitz calculator History of Computers Chapter #14 • 1940 – Computer constructed at Harvard University • 1946 – ENIAC, the first general-purpose computer at U of Pennsylvania. 4/24/11 3 History of Computers Chapter #14 • 1950s – Bell Labs invents the transistor • 1970s – invention of microprocessor . History of Computers Chapter #14 • 1970s – first PCs small enough to fit on a desk; built by people at home from kits • 1980s – IBM and Apple selling fully assembled PCs. History of Computers Chapter #14 • 1980s - corporate ladder • PC 4/24/11 4 History of Computers Chapter #14 1984 History of the Internet Chapter #14 • 1969 – ARPAnet developed by ARPA History of the Internet History of the Internet Chapter #14 • 1969 – ARPAnet developed by ARPA • 1989 – Tim Berners-Less & Sam Walker created HTML 4/24/11 5 History of the Internet Chapter #14 • 1969 – ARPAnet developed by ARPA • 1989 – Tim Berners-Less & Sam Walker created...
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