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Amazing lecture about Computer History

Check out our new amazing lecture ‘Computer History’ by the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. For one thing the series covers stories from the pre-World War II electronic computing program hosted by Microsoft researcher Gordon Bell. It provides information about the first computer machines like the Atanasoff-Berry Computer…

The Eagle has landed….

Today, 41 years ago, Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon. Incredible that it is already such a long time ago. All the engineers involved in the Apollo program surely must be retired by now. What about the knowledge of the technology? Is it still available or would they have…
Potsdamer Stadtschloss in Gefahr

Potsdamer Stadtschloss in Gefahr

Potsdamer Stadtschloss (Deutsches Bundesarchiv, Bild 170-238) Due to legal reasons we had to remove the very popular video ‘Das Potsdamer Stadtschloss in Gefahr” from our collection ( including 4 other videos with historical documentaries about Potsdam from the same series). Too bad for the copyright holder…because we had also made…
Steven Pinker on yovisto

Steven Pinker on yovisto

Harvard linguist Steven Pinker questions the very nature of our thoughts — the way we use words, how we learn, and how we relate to others. In his best-selling books, he has brought sophisticated language analysis to bear on topics of wide general interest. Steven Pinker’s books have been like…
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