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The 8th Annual Podcast Awards are underway and Day in Tech History has been nominated in the Education category. This is a great achievement since Day in Tech History has been podcasting for over 4 years. Day in Tech History was first the Week in Tech History on Geekazine.com. August 9th, 2009 I changed the […]
If you have never been to the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn Michigan, then you are missing a museum of tech history. More than just cars, Henry Ford was an avid historian. He loved to preserve the past so you could see it in the future. The Henry Ford Museum is also more than just […]
On May 5th, 2012, the Day in Tech History podcast hit it’s 1000th episode. It was a milestone I thought was going to hit on June 15th, but made a mis-calculation. Still, after 1000 episodes, Day in Tech History is still going strong! I started the Day in Tech History as the Week in Tech […]
We look at ten events that were caused by technology. These events shaped how we proceeded in the future.
This letter showed up in my mailbox. It’s a letter to Dr.Fred E. Terman – Office of the Provost of Stanford University. It’s from William (Bill) R. Hewlett of Hewlett Packard Company. The document – dated June 13th, 1956 – stated the following: Dear Fred: I have no personal knowledge of computers nor does anyone […]
Tech History timeline for 2011. From iPad to Kindle Fire. From Sony’s Anonymous attacks to AT&T – T-Mobile failed merger. Michael Arrington fired to Steve Jobs death.
Back on November 15th, the 4004 microprocessor turned 40. This was the precursor to the x86 architecture. But in what way? Well, the folks over at V3.co.uk have put an infographic together. They highlight the microprocessor from the 4004 to the 8008, the Zilog Z80, ARM, and more to the x86, AMD Athlonand more. One […]