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  1. #11
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    Sep 2001
    Great schudule you have made yourself. Don't forget about history of secruity; well..... maybe under hacker history you will learn secruity. Anywho, great plan thats how i started myself learning from ground zero. I am a "History Buff". Knowing history makes you sound smart in conversation as well. hehe

  2. #12
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    Sep 2001
    Originally posted by antihaxor
    hmmmmm don't hit me with - points if I am wrong but I think the name of that early computer was "Univac" It wasn't exactly the first one though.
    well the first "computer" we can define was i think "Abbacus" by charles babbage...and then univac was the first complete computer or we can say first programmable computer...

    this is according to me ok..correct me if i am wrong...


  3. #13
    Junior Member
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    Sep 2001
    Thanks for all the advice!

    intruder: its called the abacus and it was invented by the Babylonians.
    The first computer was called the ENIAC.
    Babbage is the CEO of Babbages j/k
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