Since the 1970s, electronically-produced music has been produced with the aid of computers and synthesizers. Today, almost all songs have at least some aspect performed by a synthesizer, but how did this become to be? Continue reading Electronic Music and MIDI
If IBM is known for their mainframe computers, Digital Electronics Corporation (DEC) was most famous for their contributions to the minicomputer industry.
To further my series on the ThinkPad’s 25th anniversary, I’ll be discussing the history of portable computing and the role that the ThinkPad plays in the topic. Continue reading A History of Portable Computing
Throughout high school, I owned my own web and graphic design business. But how did I get there? Continue reading My Web Design History
Following me watching and commenting on an Air Force video detailing their 70th anniversary, I realized that I’ve never mentioned the infamous SAGE computer. Continue reading What was SAGE?
We all know that IBM made computers, keyboards, typewriters, and printers. But what about bells and dictation machines? Continue reading An IBM Bell?
Last week, a classmate got into a heated argument with a professor about why Mac OS X (now macOS) is superior to Microsoft Windows. This isn’t the first (or last) time anybody involved with CIS or IT will hear this argument, as it’s almost a weekly argument. I’ve been wanting to write about this for a while now, and I feel it is a perfect time to write. Continue reading Mac vs. Windows: The Showdown
Over the last couple weeks, some major updates have been taking place with the main website. Continue reading Website (and General) Updates (5/8/2017)
It has been quite some time since I’ve bought anything technology related. Since my wreck in December, all of my time, money, and any other resources have been directed towards saving for a new vehicle.
And then my HP Officejet 6000 inkjet printer decided to just randomly bite the bullet. Continue reading New Year: New Printer
One of the things I enjoy is learning about the history of modern computing. Two companies spearheaded the micrcomputer movement (which I personally dub as Microcomputer Mania!) in the 1980s. One company was Apple, and the other was IBM. Continue reading The Wheelwriter