Celebrate this milestone of the worlds first all electronic, programmable computer!
The ENIAC Day logo is a blend of great design and practical format. The date is February 15th, annually. The vacuum tube in the middle of the word ENIAC reinforces the technical nature of this amazing first computer. "ENIAC" is actually an acronym for Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer. Sadly, we can't all gather together during the pandemic to celebrate the ENIAC but we can gather together virtually and use computing horsepower to make it happen. Feel free to use this official Logo wherever you celebrate ENIAC Day.
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ENIAC in Action tells the whole story for the first time, from ENIAC's design, construction, testing, and use to its afterlife as part of computing folklore. It highlights the complex relationship of ENIAC and its designers to the revolutionary approaches to computer architecture and coding.
People, Machines, and Politics of the Cyber Age Creation, by Rocco L. Martino is an important book about an important aspect of the world. It is the story of the creation of the Cyber Age as we know it with the ENIAC as the very first computer, first publicly demonstrated on February 14th of 1946.
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