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- Certified Staffing Solutions' Technology Guide: Computer Programming History. Good overview of the history of coding, including basic but well-covered breakdown of modern programming. Some interesting historical links - one great link to a 1979 Bell Labs paper on the early development of Unix. Thanks to Adam and Erica Jacobs in Portland for this link!
- The Evolution of Computers and Software at ithare.com - a great round-up from the Difference Engine to the iPad, with short paragraphs on all the major developments and some really useful links. Thanks to Sarah and Jessica from Colorado, who found this link and wanted to share it.
- A Timeline of How Computers Changed History and Business as We Know it - a nice list of some of the major evolutions in computer design, from Stibtz to the Apple Watch, at bookyourdata.com. Includes links to some useful (and some rare) downloads. Karen Kelly found this link for me - thanks, Karen!
- The History and Significance of Software, includes some other great links (check out the linked page: 50 Years of Hard Drives) - Link thanks to John, Robert, and the rest of the kids at their youth center in upstate New York. Great work, kids!
- The History of Computer Storage - Zetta.net (link provided by Mrs. Green's Media Center Class - thanks, everyone!)
- National Inventors Hall of Fame
- Pioneers of Computing - Virtual Museum of Computing
- The History of Computing - A chronology of digital computing machines (to 1952)
- Australian Computer Museum Society
- MacTutor History of Mathematics - St Andrews University, Scotland
- The History of Computing Project
- Pioneers of the Net
- A History of the Radio - Voices.com (link provided by Caitlin Walters - thanks, Caitlin!)
- Always Adapting: The History of Computers - a short, clear overview of how computers have changed and adapted over the years, at the Sewell Web site (Thank you, Juli at Enriching Kids for this link! )
- History of the World Wide Web - Concise history of the WWW - from Licklider and DARPA, through ARPANET to the World Wide Web, with a lot of good links to more information. Thank you everyone at the Computer Club of Denver, Colorado, for sending this link!