Computers: One Major Step in Globalization
In 1941, a German engineer named Konrad Zuse invented the first computer called the Z3 (http://www.computerhistory.org/timeline/?year=1941). It was a functional program- controlled computer. During this time there was a series of events recorded that entailed the beginning stages of computer use. Over time, the development became greater, one example being that one computer at that time would be the size of a medium sized room, whereas now, a computer can be easily put underneath a desk for use. The society in which we live today has evolved in many ways, through the help of the computer. Today, you can find computers almost anywhere. Some of these locations are to include the home, your place of business, school, local library, and stores. Computers are useful in many ways and fields, a few examples are: for schoolwork, for working at home and in the office, for spreading news, and for multitasking Computers are also very fundamental in education. Statistics show
Within the home, computers can be used to manage bills, shop department or specialty stores, converse with family members and friends far and near via email. You can also play games, listen to music, watch movies and students can even do homework assignments. In the workplace, computers are used to create and compile invoices and also produce reports. Computers are also used to converse via email by staff members through memos and letters. Some companies have their employees submit their timesheets via the computers. The computer is the birthplace of the internet, which is used for communication and news. For example, a local kidnapping could occur in the reader’s area, so the reader can be alert for any suspicion people. Most video game companies started from a kickstarter that became advertised on the internet, and slowly spread out throughout all the users of the internet. Also, fundraisers for hospital patients, technology that could benefit...
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