A short (app. 8 minutes) summary of the inception and development of what is arguably the greatest communications invention in human history.
Baer was considered to be the inventor of video games, specifically at the concept of the home video game console. In 1966, while an employee at Sanders, Baer started to explore the possibility of playing games on television screens. He first got the idea while working at Loral in 1951, another electronics company, however, they …Read More –>
What is Quantum Computing. How can it change modern computing as we know it? This compelling documentary provides an in-depth analysis to the technology, philosophy, and question surrounding this emerging technology that has the potential to not only change the digital landscape, but perhaps even the human one. Commercially availability of Quantum Computers are scarce, …Read More –>
As the web and its underlying technologies evolve fundamentals change as well. Light years ahead of the early days of the web when a developer needed a desk side paperweight reference just to get by, HTML5, though not perfect, has finally been accepted as the coveted WC3 Recommendation. The light is finally showing through to …Read More –>
Video games can be ugly, violent things—full of torture and discrimination, shattered hopes, and exploded skulls. Everyone knows this. The newspapers tell us, so do our parents who read those rags and ask, “Really, someone sometimes pays you to write about computer games?” I know, it’s incredible, isn’t it? But here we are. But games …Read More –>