3D computer model of an Old Master sculpture

In 1999, Jack V. Wasserman, an Art Historian at Temple University, (Philadelphia, PA, USA) and help from the researchers of the T.J. Watson Center of International Business Machines (Yorktown Heights, NY, USA), created a Three-dimensional computer model of an Old Master sculpture. Continue reading

ARPANET Data Link Went Into Service

The first ARPANET link was put into service on November 21, 1969. Continue reading

Intel Corporation Built the Microprocessor

Intel Corporation, Santa Clara, CA, USA built the microprocessor in late 1970 for the Busicom Corporation of Japan. Continue reading

IBM Operating System The OS/360

International Business Machines (IBM) of Armonk, NY, USA introduced the OS/360 operating system in 1964, Continue reading

Tokyo Displays First Computerized House

Japanese architect Ken Sakamura built the first computerized house of Nishi-Azabu Continue reading

Ray Tomlinson

Raymond Samuel Tomlinson (April 23, 1941 – March 5, 2016) was a pioneering American computer programmer who implemented the first email program on the ARPANET system, the precursor to the Internet, in 1971; he is internationally known and credited as the inventor of email. Continue reading

ARPANET Sends the First Electronic Mail Message

The second ARPANET email message using the @ ("at") sign was sent by computer engineer, Ray Tomlinson at BBN Technologies Continue reading

First Electronic Mail Message Sent

The first electronic mail message was sent by Ray Tomlinson to himself as a test of the ARPANET's messaging capabilities Continue reading

Treatise on Computer Theory

English mathematician and computing pioneer Alan Mathison Turing published the computer theory, On Computable Numbers, with an application to the Entscheidungsproblem in 1937. Continue reading

Guide to Email Etiquette

Guide to E-mail Etiquette was written by Bernie Greenberg of Symbolics Incorporated, located in Woburn, MA, USA on April 11, 1984. Continue reading