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Is Technology Making Us Dumber?
In the dark ages of technology, where iPhones and laptops were considered farfetched concepts, in order to gather information you had to go to the library, find the encyclopedia or book that had the information that you need and if your family had the income for it, a desktop. Today everyone has a little hand held computer in the palm of their hands with access to the world with the press of a button.
Personal computers were available as early as the mid-1970s, first as DIY kits and then as off-the-shelf products. They offered a few applications but none that justified widespread use. These computers took potentially took up an entire room. According to Census.gov, in 1984 less than ten percent of the US population owned a computer and
IBM’s own Personal Computer, IBM 5150 codenamed the Acorn, sprouted the tree of technology, was introduced in August 1981, only a year after the company executives gave Bill Lowe, the lab director at one of the company’s facilities the green light for production. Prior to 81′ they had prototyped computer to make them smaller, while increasing storage.
Apple, the world’s favorite tech company, started off in garage, three friends and very humble beginnings. The two Steves, Jobs and Wozniak, Apple introduces the Apple Macintosh computer, which used a graphical user interface instead of needing to type in commands. In six months sales of the computer reach 100,000. may have been Apple’s most visible founders, but were it not for their friend Ronald Wayne there might be no iPhone, iPad or iMac today. Jobs convinced him to take 10% of the company stock and act as an arbiter should he and Woz come to blows, but Wayne backed out 12 days later, selling for just $500 a holding that would have been worth $72bn 40 years later
In January 1975, Paul Allen read an article about the Altair 8800 microcomputer in “Popular Electronics” magazine and showed the article to Gates. Bill Gates called MITS, the makers of the Altair, and offered his and Paul Allen’s services to write a version of the new BASIC programming language for the Altair. In eight weeks, Allen and Gates were able to demonstrate their program to MITS, who agreed to distribute and market the product under the name of Altair BASIC. The Altair deal inspired Gates and Allen to form their own software company. Microsoft was started on April 4, 1975, with Bill Gates as the first CEO
Technology is always and forever. If there is room to grow, technology will prosper. However is are we growing with it. I feel that we’ve become to reliant on technology.