Dorkly shares an infographic
MTV has a four parts video documentary
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YouTube has a video collection titled "All Your History" -- "All Your History Are Belong To Us (Game Development History) -- Uncover the dirt behind your favorite video game franchises ..."
Fail Blog shares a funny photograph/photo. showing a Fortune cookie paper related to an old popular disk operating system (DOS) and command line
Dressing for success now includes the gadgets you carry and the gadget accessories that adorn them ...Submitted by ant on Fri, 02/11/2011 - 7:46am. Art/Design | Communication | History | New Version/Update/Upgrade | Personal | Reading Materials | Religion/Culture | Shopping | Sight Seeings | Software | Technology
This Retrevo blog says "Clothes may make the man (or woman) but dressing for success now includes the gadgets you carry and the gadget accessories that adorn them. That includes cell phone cases, laptop bags, headsets and all the other colorful and stylish electronic paraphernalia people can’t live without. Have you ever wondered whether your gadgets influence what other people think of you? A recent Retrevo Gadgetology study asked consumers whether they notice other people's gadgets and how someone's gadgets affect their opinions of them. It turns out, most noticeably among under 35 year olds, that people's gadgets are being checked out everywhere they go and people’s perceptions are, in fact, influenced by them.
Modems: 60 Years of Hooking Up -- A visual guide to the history of the modem, from the 1950s to today.Submitted by ant on Thu, 02/03/2011 - 2:35pm. Audio | Communication | Hardware | History | New Version/Update/Upgrade | Personal | Reading Materials | Sight Seeings | Technology
Vintage Computing and Gaming shares its PC World slideshow (thirteen/13 slides) showing "Modems: 60 Years of Hooking Up -- A visual guide to the history of the modem, from the 1950s to today. How far we've come.
For anyone who experienced it, the screeching hiss of a modem handshaking over copper phone wires is unforgettable. The technology may have tied up the family phone line, but modems were the gateways to a fascinating digital world parallel to our own.
In the slides that follow, we'll look at modem history from its genesis in the 1950s to the present. An immense range of modems have appeared over the years, so this slideshow is by no means comprehensive. However, it offers a quick survey of nonwireless modem history..."
This three pages Dorkly article tells the "ten/10 western games and trends that never caught on in Japan" -- "In the olden days of gaming, everything worthwhile came out of Japan, as did all of the console manufacturers.
Your overlord agrees with this old xkcd comic strip on web browsers' Flash games versus/vs. the most powerful game systems these days. Your overlord wasted a lot of hours today with them and was supposed to be doing other productive things.