Activity 2.1.3 Protocols and Bandwidth
We live in a world where computer networks
are ubiquitous. In the first decades of
computing, computers were not linked
together. Solid media like floppy disks were the
best means of transferring data be
Activity 1.2.2 Introducing App Inventor
As computers advanced during the 1960s,
they were the size of a car and were only
used by computer specialists. One of the first
computer languages, COBOL, was created by
computer scientist Grace Hopper
Activity 2.1.1 The Rise of the Internet
The Internet has grown steadily
since 1969, when the first message
was sent between UCLA and
Stanford. Then known as
ARPANET, the network grew to 13
computers by 1970. Public use of
the Internet grew ra
The study of the functions or activities of the various parts of the body is physiology.
The study of the visible body structures is anatomy.
The study of diseases is pathology.
Anatomy is perhaps the oldest branch of science.
Hippocrates is known