This typewriter is so rare that less than 12 are believed to sill exist today.
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sheet music typewriter. SO COOL
How many of us even knew this existed? Sheet music old school style!
it types music notes...
Pinner said: I wonder what the original source might be. No name, no details. Seems to be a typewriter for Music Sheets?
how interesting. a typewriter for sheet music.
Keaton Music Typewriter, American, ca 1950s.
El Big Bang cumple 50 años
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Penzias (left) and Wilson in 1993 at Bell Laboratories. Penzias and Wilson did not know in 1964 that they had discovered the cosmic background radiation. Their data were consistent with theories (The Big Bang 50 Years)
Chien- Shiung Wu, la gran física experimental (I): Primeras conquistas
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Chien-Shiung Wu 1912 – 1997) "the First Lady of Physics", " Chinese American experimental physicist who worked on the Manhattan Project best known for conducting the Wu experiment, which contradicted the Law of Conservation of Parity. This discovery earned the 1957 Nobel Prize in physics for her colleagues Tsung-Dao Lee and Chen-Ning Yang, and also earned Wu the inaugural Wolf Prize in Physics in 1978.
Charles Clyde Ebbets y su almuerzo desde el cielo de Nueva York, una de las fotografías más icónicas de la historia
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Lunch Atop a Skyscraper, from the famous photo essay, The Construction of the Empire State Building (1931) by Lewis Hine.
Vintage September Workers At Rca Building Rockefeller Center New York City Revwill #newyork, #NYC, #pinsland, https://apps.facebook.com/yangutu
“Lunch atop a Skyscraper" is a world famous photo, made during the construction of the GE Building in the Rockefeller Center on September 29, 1932.
Lunch atop a Skyscraper is one of the most recognizable photos of the 20th century. The 1932 photo shows 11 construction workers taking a lunch break on a girder 850 feet above New York City. A second photo from the same shoot shows four of the men sleeping on the beam. The images are iconic and epic, but may not be as candid as they seem. The photos were reportedly staged as part of a promotional effort for the Rockefeller Center.
Lennon: buscando campos de fresas en el desierto
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Juan & John - SIN GASTOS DE ENVÍO Magnífico libro relacionado con tres personas que admiro: Juan, John y Adolfo.
La tregua de Navidad de 1914
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100 Years Ago – The Christmas Truce Illustration of the Christmas Truce: "British & German Soldiers Arm-in-Arm Exchanging Headgear: A Christmas Truce between Opposing Trenches" The subcaption reads "Saxons & Anglo-Saxons fraternizing on the field of battle at the season of peace & goodwill: Officers & men from the German & British trenches meet & greet one another—A German officer photographing a group of foes & friends." Originally published in "The Illustrated London News", January 9, 1915.
ARTICLE: Letters Shed New Light on World War I’s Christmas Truce
"In the early months of World War I, on Christmas Eve, men on both sides of the trenches laid down their arms and joined in a spontaneous celebration. Despite orders to continue shooting, the unofficial truce spread across the front lines.
Merry Christmas 2013 - USHistoryTeachers.com
Revealed, the truth behind the WWI Christmas Football Match. Article-2276029-17728DA6000005DC-940_634x324
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Computer programmers with various boards, from left to right: Patsy Simmers, holding ENIAC board (became operational 1947), Gail Taylor, holding EDVAC board (became operational 1951), Milly Beck, holding ORDVAC board (became operational 1951), Norma Stec, holding BRLESC-I board (became operational 1962).
Pioneering Women in Computer Science: the women of ENIAC
Complete the History Books: Women in STEM. During this Women's History Month, MAKERS will try to fill in some of those pages by highlighting stories from the past where women have been excluded.
Las mujeres del ENIAC. Ellas eran las mujeres que programaron la ENIAC. Fueron seis mujeres. Sus nombres: Betty Snyder Holberton, Betty Jean Jennings Bartik, Ruth Lichterman Teitelbaum, Kathleen McNulty Mauchly Antonelli, Frances Bilas Spence y Marlyn Wescoff Meltzer. Todas ellas eran matemáticas.
The whirring hard drives that once occupied entire university labs held but a fraction of the data we carry in our pockets every day — and that’s only 50 years of progress. Today, as we move further into the cloud, and witness the latest and greatest pocket media devices, we thought it fitting to take a look back at how far we’ve come on our quest to store as much information in as little space as possible.
Historia del almacenamiento digital.
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The evolution of media storage. #tech #history
Teaching computer science
The history of digital storage infographic, from punch card to cloud storage.
digital storage space history
El enigmático mundo de los constructores medievales
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El rey visita las obras. Un peón transporta un bloque ya tallados y delante de él, otro lleva mortero en un oiseau. Al fondo, un carretero llega con su carro lleno de vigas a la obra. Las grandes crónicas de Francia: Construcción de Saint-Denis Escenas de la vida del Rey Dagoberto. s XV. Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Département des manuscrits,
Douglas Engelbart (1925 - 2013) Engineer and inventor Douglas Engelbart introduced the computer mouse to the world on Dec. 9, 1968, at an event dubbed the "Mother of All Demos." He also helped develop other common computing technologies such as video conferencing, word processing, hypertext and collaborative editing.
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Douglas Engelbart, inventor of the computer mouse, has died
#RIP #DouglasEngelbart. See his 1968 presentation on the future of computer interaction, including the first mouse demo.
Douglas Engelbart dies at age 88; computer visionary
Douglas Engelbart, the man who invented the computer mouse and helped develop many of the basic computing technologies we now take for granted, has died. He was 88.
El día que descubras algo vendrá otro a ponerle nombre
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Dime como te llamas y te dire que NO has descubierto
Dime cómo te llamas y te diré de quién no eres #infografia #infographic
75 años de xerografía
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Seventy-five years ago, this piece of paper started the modern computing trend and changed offices forever.
How This 75 Year-Old Piece of Paper Started Modern Computing
La “encantadora de números” que hizo el primer software
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Las mujeres y la tecnología, hoy se celebra el Día de Ada Lovelace
Ada Lovelace Day: Women Tech Accomplishments [Infographic] ^
Skill Crush: Tutorials to teach you how to: talk the tech talk, beautify your blog, earn $ with online ads, design & build your own website & create an online store! You can even sign up for a "term of the day" e-newsletter!
Augusta Ada King, Countess of Lovelace (10 December 1815 – 27 November 1852), born Augusta Ada Byron and now commonly known as Ada Lovelace, was an English mathematician and writer chiefly known for her work on Charles Babbage's early mechanical general-purpose computer, the Analytical Engine. Her notes on the engine include what is recognised as the first algorithm intended to be carried out by a machine. Because of this, she is often described as the world's first computer programmer.
In Honor of Ada Lovelace Day, Let’s Celebrate Lady Science Writers
Los inicios de la fonografía
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Phonograph- Thomas Edison's cylinder phonograph
The first phonograph was invented in 1877 by Thomas Edison. The point of the phonograph was to project human voices in speeches and songs. Basically, a phonograph was a record player.
The phonograph. Invented in 1877. This was a Edison cylinder phonograph from 1899. Paved the way for other record based musical devices.
In 1877 Thomas Edison created his first phonograph. This made communication very quick and much easier. People would be able to get news to each other a lot faster than letters could have been received. It was a great invention that changed the way people communicated.
antique record player
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