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Thursday, June 10, 2004
Zuse's Z3, the World's First Programmable Computer
: "Several years before the Colossus in the U.K. and the ENIAC in the U.S., the Z3, built by Konrad Zuse in 1941, was crunching numbers in Germany. In a short article, the Register says the Z3 was the first programmable computer. " 11:51:37 PM
The G8 using Groove:
"at the G-8 summit in Sea Island, Ga., this week, in many sessions each leader worked with just one principal policy analyst -- known as a sherpa -- in the room. Each sherpa was issued a Motion Computing tablet PC, equipped with Microsoft OneNote for organizing handwritten information as well as encrypted collaboration software from Groove Networks " 11:48:33 PM
Bruce Springsteen gets political:
Top item on his website: "A MESSAGE FROM BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN: A few weeks ago at N.Y.U. Al Gore gave one of the most important speeches I've heard in a long time. The issues it raises need to be considered by every American concerned with the direction our country is headed in. It's my pleasure to reprint it here for my fans..." 10:59:57 PM
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