Web Quest Scavenger Hunt Answers

Evan Catania, Rohit Yerram

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The earliest computing device we found was the Abacus, developed in 500 B.C helped solve certain forms of mathematics, and computation. The longest surviving Abacus is called the salamis tablet and was created in 300 B.C by Herodotus. Some advancements that have been made to the Abacus are the new stone/metal used to form the frame, the changes in vertical beam placement to horizontal beam placement, and a change in the beads.

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Abacus Binary System, 500 B.C, IBM 701, 1952, GENIAC, 1955, UNIVAC II, 1969, Atari 400, 1979, Commodore 64, 1982

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Developed first silicon transistor

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Public: 1991

E-commerce: 1979

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Youtube was founded by Chad Hurley, Jawed Karim, and Steve Chen on February 14, 2005

It provides means of sharing videos to viewers, provides entertainment

No form of storefront, shopping cart, or any other "buy now" feature

Makes money instead by advertising companies at the begginning of videos

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Biil Gates founded Microsoft in the year 1975. Microsoft is now worth $343.82 billion.
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Apple was co-created by Steve Wozniak, Steve Jobs, and Ron Wayne on April 1st, 1976. Steve Jobs was an adopted child and had met Steve Wozniak in 1971 by one of their close friends. Steve Wozniak was born in 1950 and loved working on computers, like Steve Jobs.
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The first computer was first invented in the year of 1952 by Alexander S. Douglas, a Prize Fellow Recipient at Trinity College; Cambridge.
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In the Fifa 15 game, by EA Sports, the social media company Instagram is publicizing their company to make others make accounts in the company and also publicize EA Sports as well.
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The ride in Disney World ride, Spaceship Earth,, made by Walt Disney Imagineering, represents the Past-Present-Future of technology.
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The first computer was called the ENIAC and it had weighed less than 30 tons, specifically 27, tons. It used 150 kilowatts of power to run.
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In May 1997, a chess-playing computer called Deep Blue defeated Russian chess Grandmaster Garry Kasparov
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Plankalkul was a design in 1940 by Konrad Zuse to make the first relay computer, the z4.
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