Topics: Internet, World Wide Web, Mobile phone Pages: 4 (552 words) Published: June 24, 2013
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1.)Back / Forward button
2.)Stop / Reload button
3.)"Open in Dashboard" button
4.)Add Bookmark button
5.)Address (URL) field
6.)RSS feed button, or SnapBack button (in Safari 3.x and earlier) 7.)Google search field
8.)Bookmarks Bar
9.)Web page content
11.)Resize control

Evolution and the elapsed time of Mass Technology

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1st Jan, 1439
Printing Press
This new technology alowed the mass production of printed documents, but at the time only 5% of the population were literate,

1st Jan, 1665
Journals began being published and shared between scientists and between engineers. Sharing this information allowed the advancement of technology to speed up.

1st Jan, 1731
Technology allowed the monthly publishing of documents, some of which were general interest proving, that more people could now read.

1st Jan, 1788
Technology now allows for daily publishing. This allows the public to react to major events the day after they have happened. It also created the role of the reporter.

1st Jan, 1876
This allowed communication to commence in real-time across long distances. At the time they were only used in commerce.

1st Jan, 1912
Home telephone
The home telephone was only available to the rich at the time it was first produced.

1st Jan, 1922
Radio was the first mass media that was broadcast into people's homes. It was state funded and was affordable to most families. It was used by HItler to spread his propaganda and helped him come into power.

1st Jan, 1936
The TV was state funded via licence payers. It's a very powerful form of media, there are approximately 24 million TVs in the UK today.

1st Jan, 1962
The American Army invented the internet so that multiple army bases could stay in contact with each other in case...
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