July 9, 2015

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This Week in Tech History:

July 4, 1956 (59 years ago) – MIT’s Whirlwind, which had been completed five years earlier, becomes the first computer in the world to allow its users to enter commands through a keyboard. Previously, all input was accomplished through dials, switches, and/or punch cards. http://thisdayintechhistory.com/07/04/keyboards-and-computers-together-at-last/ 

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