The history of this computer begins when the Brazilian Navy understood that it had a need: to equip its frigates with national computers, seeking technological advance and, for this, it was necessary to open a competition. With the competition open, the University of Campinas (Unicamp) assembled a good team to develop the project and called its plan White Swan.
The Hays Code 1930-1950
The years 1930-1950 are considered to be Hollywood's golden age in American film history. During this time, about 400 films were produced annually and 90 million viewers visited the theaters every week. It's hard to believe that the most representative films in the history of cinema were made during the
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Check out a series of photographs of forgotten and abandoned places, things, and objects from around the world! There are things that are hard to believe and others a big creepy mystery... Do you know any of these places? Comment here on the site! SHARE this news by: WhatsApp
WELCOME TO THE 4EVER STYLE PORTAL
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Artists and their vinyl records
Greetings! Check out the following series of photos / images / illustrations of artists listening to vinyl records. Check out a series of pictures of vinyl records used by artists The vinyl record, known simply as vinyl or Long Play (LP), is a medium developed in the late 1940s for the
Learn how to create Teddy Boy hair
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The World's First Cell Phone - 1922
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