Dr T. Matthew Ciolek*,
Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies,
Australian National University, Canberra ACT 0200, Australia
Created: 9 Jan 1999. Last updated: 2 Dec 2010
This document, intended as a reliable electronic reference tool,
provides a timeline for three types of developments and milestones:
(1) advances in long distance person-to-person communication;
(2) advances in storage, replication, cataloguing, finding, and retrieval of data;
(3) standardisation of concepts and tools for long distance interaction.
From the Abacus to the Apple: a Timeline
by Dr Bobbi A. Kerlin
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