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Which Tablet Came First
Geek, Idea, Tablet, Ipad, Funny Stuff, Humor, Apples, Microsoft, Star Trek
1968: Stanley Kubrick introduces the concept of a tablet computer. 2002: Bill Gates introduces a tablet computer and no one cares. 2010: Apple introduces the iPad. 2012: Microsoft gets accused of stealing ideas from Apple. Fuck you Apple, fuck you Steve Jobs. I will never buy any of your over priced products.
Evolutionary History of Tablets. iPad is NOT the first - surprised? (Graphic found on I hate Apple Facebook page.)
2002: Bill Gates introduces the tablet PC, no one cares. 2010: Steve Jobs introduces the iPad, the world goes nuts with excitement. 2012: Steve Balmer introduces the Surface. People claim they stole the idea from Apple. Captain Picard was using a tab back in the 80's. Go figure.
2002: Bill Gates introduces the Tablet PC. No one cares 2010: Steve Jobs introduces the iPad. The world pisses itself like an excited dog 2012: Steve ballmer introduces the Surface. People claim they stole the idea from Apple. Jean Luc Picard: B*****s, please.
Chronology of tablet computing: Microsoft Tablet -> Apple iPad -> Microsoft Surface -> Captain Picard
Microsoft introduces the tablet before Apple now they introduce the Surface, and people claim they stole the idea from Apple
The Tablet PC, the iPad, the Surface ... but above all thrones: The Star Trek Padd!
#Tablet, who invented it ? #Geek
Solar System, Earth S Location, Final Frontier, Observable Universe, Outer Space, Star, Perspective, Place, Science
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Series of illustrations showing the scale of Earth in comparison to our solar system, our galaxy, our local galactic group, local superclusters and the observable universe. In a nutshell, it shows Earth and our solar system are very, very small in the great scheme of themes.
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Earth! One of my favorite things! The Observable Universe in Perspective. The earth is just a pale blue dot. (and I'm on that dot!)
"Is there life on other planets? Of course not--the rest of the universe is perfectly blank." I read this quote many years ago. Take a look at this page, and think of that quote. Putting the Size of the Observable Universe in Perspective
Putting the Size of the Observable Universe in Perspective. The earth is just a pale blue dot.
Earth's Place in the Cosmos: As we've discussed previously, the Earth is nothing but a small, (albeit important), hunk of rock and water, orbiting a middle-age star in a large barred-spiral galaxy. Although it is the only known planet to harbor conscious life-forms, who can see and understand the universe we were born into, our planet is generally only a blip on an impossibly large radar. Heck; for the largest chunk of our existence, many people believed that our galaxy wa
Putting the Size of the Observable Universe in Perspective
Space...the final frontier
As bad as I get. :-)