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Minitel – The Rise & Fall of a National Tech Treasure

*radio chatter in French* 1970s the government-run telephone company made a radical decision to overhaul the phone system in a kind of great leap to a new era of telecommunications At the center of this transformation was the minitel a small terminal that started out as a free electronic replacement
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Did the U.S. Government Invent the Internet? | History

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How to Use the Maryland State Archives Homepage

Welcome to a brief tour of the Maryland State Archives homepage. We have placed a great deal of material online and this tutorial will give you some helpful tips for finding it. To find the Maryland State Archives Homepage, please go to your internet browser and type: http://msa.maryland.gov The center
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HTML5 Basics – History of HTML (Part1)

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Ian Ritchie: The day I turned down Tim Berners-Lee

Well we all know the World Wide Web has absolutely transformed publishing, broadcasting, commerce and social connectivity, but where did it all come from? And I’ll quote three people: Vannevar Bush, Doug Engelbart and Tim Berners-Lee. So let’s just run through these guys. This is Vannevar Bush. Vannevar Bush was
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How To Remove Recommended Videos From YouTube Homepage

How do you get rid of recommended videos that you don’t want to see on the YouTube home screen? Here’s before and here’s after. Thousands of videos are uploaded to YouTube every day that appear in the recommended section on the YouTube home page at youtube.com. In this video, you’ll
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Nadie hablará de nosotras si no estamos en Wikipedia | Patricia Horrillo | TEDxMadrid

Translator: Nerea García Garmendia Reviewer: Sebastian Betti When I was little my mother called me “lawyer for the poor” or “defender of hopeless causes.” She did this because I always stood up against injustice and I saw that nobody did anything. Then, my father used to say: “Patty, don’t worry
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