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– I got this the first time, on the first try. Oh (beep), oh no. So I have sample content that I burned from a 2013 MacBook Pro running Mojave. We’re gonna see if we can use any of it with the programs on this PowerBook. This is gonna be a nightmare. (upbeat music) Hey

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– [Nilay] I don’t even know where to start with this thing. (techno music) This is the new iPad Pro, and this one is actually the most iPad Pro you can get. This is the 12.9 inch version with one terabyte of storage, and LTE, with the optional $199 keyboard cover, and $129 of Apple

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Once there was a civil engineer, who – after the war – came to the village of Neustadt nearby Hünfeld. On top of these stables he conceived and built an electronic calculating machine which was then put together here, in an almost regular factory. He rented the machine to an institute in Zurich and from

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you might not know its name but you’re probably familiar with the pixels it pushes to the screen it made the calculations necessary to make you die from dysentery it shifted bits so Mario could punch those question mark boxes and zip down green pipes it is the brain of beloved bending robots in terminators

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My name is Shanice, I’m 18 years old and I do IT and Computing. During my high school one of my favourite subjects was IT. I wasn’t highly experienced in IT, but I wanted to learn more. Coming into College has changed the way I act. I’m more mature and it gives me proper good

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– Hey guys, Metal Jesus here. Now today we’re gonna take a look at the Apple G4 Cube computer released back in 2000. Many people considered this to be one of the most beautiful computers ever created and it’s even part of the Museum of Modern Art’s permanent collection in New York City. And I

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Doug Engelbart is widely credited as the inventor of the computer mouse. Of course, as with most inventions, nothing happened in a vacuum and before the device that gave birth to the modern mouse was thought up, there were several exceptionally similar devices around. For the full story of the invention of the computer mouse,

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Hi, I’m Carrie Anne, and welcome to CrashCourse Computer Science! As we discussed last week, the idea of having a computer all to yourself – a personal computer – was elusive for the first three decades of electronic computing. It was just way too expensive for a computer to be owned and used by one

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Ever since the advent of digital computing, technologists had been thinking about how computers could enlarge human capacity, and both in ways that were empowering and also ways that were terrifying. I mean, worries about the robot overlords have been with us for a very long time. You know, there was this combination of fascination

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