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The Computer Revolution

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Hardware[edit | edit source]

Memory[edit | edit source]

Peripherals[edit | edit source]

Media[edit | edit source]

Software[edit | edit source]

Computer Graphics[edit | edit source]

Customization[edit | edit source]

Databases[edit | edit source]

Programming[edit | edit source]

Artificial Intelligence[edit | edit source]

Communication[edit | edit source]

Networks[edit | edit source]

Internet[edit | edit source]

E commerce[edit | edit source]

Security[edit | edit source]

Entertainment[edit | edit source]

Computers and Health[edit | edit source]

Computers and Environment[edit | edit source]

Business[edit | edit source]

Business Information Systems[edit | edit source]

Influential people[edit | edit source]

In this section of the book we will list and point some of the most influential people in the computer revolution. As consideration to keep this section out of disputes and avoid prematurely ego contest and promotions, all listed personalities should already be dead and the impact of their contributions on the field of computing must have outlasted their lifespan.


To do:
Please only add a small synopsis of people that are already listed on the Timeline, include only relevant contributions and writing relating to the scope of the book, link to the broader article at Wikipedia for reader convenience.