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"The brain as a model for computing. right now. guest is paul ceruzzi. He's curator emeritus at the smithsonian national air and space museum and the author of the classic a history of modern computing. We've been talking about the evolution of computers since the second world war and so in the context of the space race. You sometimes hear people say this thing. That a single iphone is more powerful than the mainframe computer that was used for calculations at nasa at that time is is that true is fifty times more powerful hundred times really awful. Yes and there's this common phrase. Moore's law named after gordon moore. Who said chips would double in capacity every originally said every year. Is that gus gusta down about every eighteen months or two years sorta come to an end recently but if you look at the doubling you see that the number of circuits on a in an iphone or just unbelievably in the billions or something like that. Yeah the circuits. Took astronauts to the moon had a few hundred. That was it. So of course. Moore's law has come to an end so now things are getting kind of interesting but since i'm a historian i don't have to worry about. So as we move into the nineteen seventy s we have the emergence of the internet is a broad network. You talked a bit about arpanet. Can you talk a little bit more about the origins of the internet well. The advanced research projects agency was founded by the united states Defense department in the aftermath of sputnik when the russians orbiting satellite and fifty seven. It was a real shock and there was a sense that we can't let this happen again. We can't let us put nick moment happen again. So they created this agency that said blue-sky think. Oh what can you do. So i mentioned. Jc are lick lighter who had access to some of this money and he'd funded research project there were number of other people One of the key developments that they came out with was The way of transmitting data. It actually was simultaneously. Invented the uk by a researcher their name donald davies and it's called packet switching and the idea is that in the traditional communications and there were a computers where light company general motors would leave their computers but the traditional way of communicating was that you open up a circuit between new york and drama or something. And you keep it open and you talk. And when you're done you hang up. And the circuit is in doubt impact. Switching is completely different idea. They divide a message into small chunks. The go packets that came from the uk that term and that they would put on the front and the back of this chunk that put some information to say who sent it. Where's it going. How long has it and now. Now you're done at the end and it's very similar to mailing a letter when you mail a letter. You have the return address in the upper left hand corner. You have the stamp in the right hand corner. You have the address in the middle with a postal code and that is all standard. Regardless of what's in the letter can be a photograph. It can be a beautiful piece of poetry or to be dribble now but the point is that the envelope past the certain or the postal was won't take it doesn't arpaio came up with this these protocols that said okay. Here's how you divided up and they had this other question of. I would've th-they what the message scrambled on the way to its destination. They have checking. They would say the doesn't check right. Send it again and things like that. They came out with protocol which was moderately successful and as a network started to grow. They realized that it was not working quite as well as they wanted it to. So they they. They came up with a second protocol. Transmission control protocol slash internet protocol. They came up actually to which they combine as usually regarded. Tcp slash ip and. It's so like i say of standardizing how you send these packets. And this was done that what mid seventies or so and we still use it today. Yeah and that's the crazy thing because you know you look at how how big the internet is today and how much our lives depend on it. Our economy depends everything depends on is still uses. This set a protocol. That's a testimony to how good they were done. It's also kind of frightening in a way because we probably shouldn't be it'd be like you don't drive a model t anymore. You know you you right and there have been proposals to upgrade it. But it's never gonna happen because everything is so entrenched now of course. Yeah a so. When did the idea of the socal personal computer come about through. Well that's another good story. You know when moore gordon moore published about the moore's law this incredible the doubling every year in the original paper nine hundred sixty five or so. Basically there's this cliche. Every electrical engineer has a piece a semi log graph paper in his desk drawer. That is to say time. On the x axis and a logarithms of computer density on the y axis and by simply plotting that line. It was very clear that by the nineteen seventies or so. The number of transistors that could be contained on a single circuit would equal the number of vacuum tubes that were in the univac the first commercial american computer okay. At every engineer saw that they all knew that they could was just staring at them in the face. But like how do you do that. Well that was the hard part. And it turned out that A group of people working at intel which was also in mountain view california by eventually that area journalists called silicon valley. They came up with a way of translating that notion into reality. It was not that easy to do but they came out with a set of chips. Really call four zero four which was used for calculator. A pocket calculator said four zero four because it worked at four bits at a time. Which is all you need to do. A single decimal digit they later Came out with another one. Call eight zero zero eight. Which was eight. That's at a time the bite and they're eight bits could give you the letters of the alphabet and other special symbols and numbers. We use that today and they. The customer decided not to use this chip. What they cut a deal and said okay. You're free to sell it someplace else. A lot of people began if they will. We could use this in a personal computer or small. And i are and there's a very big concert who embedded the personal computer. Well it's just like everything else. Some big controversy. My personal opinion. And i backed up. Many times is that there was a electronics firm. Very small electronics firm in albuquerque new mexico which took a more advanced chip from intel eighty eighty and developed a computer based around it in nineteen seventy four or so and They cubs called the al tear and my belief is that that is the first computer. The engineer was ed roberts who came up with it. The company was called mitts ds micro instrumentation telemetry systems or something in albuquerque. Why is the al-tair so important. It wasn't that the best well engineered machine however what was so important about it. Is that two kids from cambridge massachusetts. Bill gates and paul allen. Left cambridge went to albuquerque and started writing software for this computer..
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"Today we're talking about the history and future of computers right now. My guest is paul. Ceruzzi curator emeritus at the smithsonian national air and space museum and the author of a history of modern computing. And so. When did the idea of a computer network. I come into existence. That's a very good question. The interesting thing that i always say is that the in the nineteen sixties or so when the idea was first begun to circulate the united states claimed a with good justification and had the finest telephone system in the world and it was run by a regulated monopoly amarah. At and t. the bell system. It had bell labs which was one of the premier research labs in the world and they said what. Why do we need computers to talk to each other. Well you know computers. The word computer implies mathematics but what was happening in the nineteen fifties was primarily by the leadership of the ibm corporation. Computers were really being used for business. Data processing and it was very practical that it was worth the money ibm marketed a series of expensive computers. But they were worth the money to forbid them. Big businesses accord general motors general electric companies. Like that and the the communication workers. So here we have. A computer of does mathematics. I mentioned that the heaney act differential equation. We have a computer that does data processing lots of memory We also saw in the nineteen fifties an end of the sixties computers using for control purposes in avionics missiles missile guidance aircraft. Things like that. Those were very very specialized. Communication was not one of them. Now today we use the computer primarily for communication. Yeah are among other thing and it took us some visionaries. I guess you would say is that. Hey here's this machine. Remember what i said about. The univac is universal. It can do anything you can program it to do. And if you can program to communicate these visionary people so let's see. I think it was a man named j. c. r. Lick lighter harvard professor. Who said let's see. Let's connect computers and we will have a world of communications where people can exchange information in unheard of ways and i think that was the genesis of the internet which these ideas he had money. That was important. You had money from the us defense department and The that money led to crew network. Call the arpanet. Advanced research projects agency net and from. That's a long story we got the internet. Yeah you know it's interesting when you look at the broader history of computers. You know there are these moments. Where whether it's von neumann's architecture or whether it's you know should computers used for communication which seems so obvious to us now that there are a lot of different ways that things might have developed. You see it that way or do you see it as no probably were destined to end up with the kind of computer systems. We have today. There were some other alternatives. So that's interesting to If you want to get into the weeds about it Show is all about getting into the us the decimal system and they're reliable computers that use a decimal system which made a lot of sense. Because that's how we calculate because we have ten fingers well vaneman and other people said while let's use the binary system. Actually it wasn't just five him. A lot of people realize binary system is much better if you're electrical engineer because you can then have to worry only about two states of electricity not ten which is much more awkward. People said well. The binary system has a lot of advantages. But there's one provider has some problems with negative numbers and the representation of zero if there are no electricity at all is at a zero. Or is that mean. There's something wrong circuit you know and people say let's come up with a train airy system plus one zero minus one and it has a lot of advantages it also means extra complicated circuitry and it turns out that the soviet union developed trainer computer using traits. The word very well it did actually did and it was a success but it didn't catch on so that's one of those places where the world could have gone different in different way. Yeah doing the decades. After the war computers were being used workouts and pretty challenging problems like how to land astronauts Safely on the moon. How significant was the space race and You know against the cold war. More broadly in pushing the development of computers. Well i mentioned these specialized control devices which were of a sort of a niece of computers. They were quite different from the big room full of circuits and everything and they had. They had some certain requirements. they had to be small. They had to be light wigged. If they're gonna be on a flying machine. They had to be ultra reliable. There was a military person who who went ballistic cut using the pun intended but anyways multimillion dollar missile failed. Because the failure about five cents. Resister something like that and he said this cat. We can't go on like this so they they instituted a program with the call higher reliability and every manufacturer who supplied circus to the military had to pass a very rigorous set of tests. That said where did the raw materials come from. Who touched who made. Every everything had to be documented and if something failed you could go back almost all the way to the mind where your mind the the raw material and figure out what went wrong and if something went wrong abacha throw the whole batch out. Wow the good result of that. Is that the reliability got really really good and we now take it for granted that are handheld devices a pretty reliable and That was one. The other thing is they got small and lightweight and the integrated circuit or silicon chip. The history of that is Is somewhat complicated. It wasn't directly related to the space program but it certainly didn't hurt to how this market of aerospace customers paying good money for these chips it didn't hurt but the actual invention was driven by a lot of things if you look at these pictures of these early computers if you opened up the cabinets and see this incredible rats ness wired's right and a lot of people said we can't go on like this. You know they had to use surgical tools to actually poke into the back to attach a wire in when they're assembling these computers. I we can't go on like this. So there were a number of efforts to figure out a way to do this with printed circuits or other kinds of of what we now call the integrated circuit. A number of devices were tried out of all that came one device the integrated circuit was developed at fairchild semi-conductor in mountain view california. This was before they call that silicon valley and that's what we use today these other competitors. They they worked s. All of them were actually quite good. Ibm had its own version Which they used in their computers But eventually everything went toward the fairchild invention of what we now call the integrated circuit. You're listening to spark from your friends at cbc radio. I'm nora young today. We're talking about the history and future of computers from the abacus to using.
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"Thing Weighed tons and generated a lot of heat but it worked thousand times faster than the mechanical calculators of its day. So it was really quite a breakthrough. This is paul ceruzzi. He's the curator emeritus of the smithsonian national air space museum and the author of history of modern computing about the explosive growth in computer technology following the second world war you are surrounded by the a panels and the the wires and you actually did climbing or not climbing inside. He walked inside it and it resembled If you look at old pictures of power plants or control panels for massive electrical equipment. It was similar to that but Unlike that it actually did mathematics and so what made it. Unique in computer history. Why do we turn to it so much. Well you know. That's an interesting question because nobody ever built another one like it ever and there will be no reason to because it had what we now realize was not the most elegant architecture design but what was interesting about it in by opinion first of all that it worked and it actually did What its creators promised it would do namely solve very difficult equations quickly. That couldn't be done any other way. If you try to do it by hand it would take weeks and weeks and it could do it an hour but the other reason is that its creators. j presper eckert and john. Mock markley went on to found a company to try to make and sell computers. Not based on the act but a more elegant design and you have to understand. This was an outrageous thought at the time. Today we take it for granted that you have a startup gets venture capital. You come out with usually software like facebook or something and and the net and you off to the races you go and sometimes you fail lots of failures in silicon valley and people say well that's the price of the business eckerd and markley were trying to promote this concept at a time when people fell and there are we can document this they thought well four or five of these machines would satisfy the entire world's needs people thought they looked at its expense. They looked at the difficulty of programming. It and they said well you know we've got The cyclotron for example The one at cernan the one at fermilab. How many of them does the world need you know how many giant observatories do we have and chile. Well we have a few but we don't have one in everybody's pocket and they said no. No we actually think that there will be a market for these things and they founded a company and they came out with a machine. Call the univac. And that's a very interesting term because univac the uni meant that it was intended for scientific and business processing that was a revolutionary concept at the time. And we're getting ahead of the story here. But it all goes back to the eac as the sort of breakthrough moment and so then. What was the next significant milestone in computing. Well i mentioned the the fact that the eckerd markley founded a company and try to market did market a very successful and the univac. And i mentioned how no one ever thought about making another eac just because of its architecture and what happened was that during the construction phases eckerd and moth. -ly met with a hungarian mathematician and john. Newman who had might immigration to the united states and phenomenon was one of the most eminent mathematicians in the world and had a number of things that he was involved with us. Weapons for the second world war including the manhattan project but he got very excited about this idea and in a series of discussions with eckert moccoli a few other people. They came up with an idea like well. This this is how we should build a computer and given the limitations of the technology the back into and all that the expense of memory and everything. Is it well. This is what it ought to look like. He wrote up a report about one hundred pages. Long circulated around nineteen forty five. It was not secret but it was not widely known but anyway It was called the ed back report and the fact that was a ca- successor to the union. Back in those days all the computers had lacquer hymns with a at the end of a ac stanford automatic computer. The ed vach report with some limited circulation was tremendously influential and it described what we call an architecture of a computer which would have a processor and memory was for kept separate and input an output facility of some kind and in some ways. That's still with us today. And it's been much modified especially in recent years with core processing but basically survived and that was the next step was this circulation of this report by annoyment it led to a lot of bitterness because eckerd and markley felt that they didn't get enough credit they should have finally was the eminent mathematician eker and walkway. Were not very well known. People and of course. Everybody assumed that it was all his idea. And lot of it was but They architecture a has survived to the present day. You have a processor and you have memory chips in a computer and you have input a keyboard or video display terminal critter that was nine hundred forty five and for the rest of the forties of that decade people. All around the world struggled to turn this into reality and it was a difficult struggle from the spock. Akai chiefs twenty eighteen. My name is claire. L evans author of broadband the untold story of the women. Who made the internet in.
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"To search for weeks find this kinds medications and most pharmacies as we were just tearing mt nile and the medicines that were bought by the lebanese state with massive subsidies a turning up in markets in the congo all being shipped out at just syria and iran by criminal gangs allegedly linked to hezbollah to to fund the syrian regime and the iranian regime. This go on that because nobody will take the decisions that need to be taken. It is getting on. Until i think the country crumbles at the end of peace as that trouble in lebanon has of way of quickly becoming sectarian things kind of like they might be slightly descending into violence. Impossible civil war. well maybe. My colleague in bay recounts that better than me. I'll just say that not yet because people are sort of tied and exhausted that been demonstrations on the streets in which the army has has fired in the area. Kospi fired rubber bullets. People have been burning tyres hezbollah has sent people rights in the sides to break up demonstrations near petrol stations. It doesn't feel like a civil war yet. But i was talking to francis my dentist. Who's a christian is desperate to get out like any educated christian and a lot of them are leaving who said that. He was starting to see in his neighborhood. Checkoint springing up people were started to be wary and he thought that eventually checkpoints would would solidify into something more dangerous and this is a question that lebanese are asking himself. Certainly is the question. I think you always have to ask yourself in. Lebanon and tyler up at the same question to you. A a unanimous about the about things sending into sectarian violence I really think that because of our politics to stop your face on dick -tarian divide which is really something that with them not for a long time now however i feel like this economic crisis because it's has been taking store sort of people and many just want to you know have the day you know feel safe and secure and just get then. He's for the children so they don't seem to have this In their background kiss they don't have the sectarian hate. They just want to feel safe. So basically it's three more than just being a having like national insecurity. They just need to have something. That's that would have them secure food and sausages for this time. How does that. I really think that positions are really trying to hold this sectarian native. And then you get back to the surface just to should people's attention over there The vince classes on the ground. A lot of people are actually so tired of can crisis and they. They really don't care about politics as and something that would divide them. But at this point and artist ticket physicians are really trying to surface again. Trying to divide this again and Many my voice for it. But i feel that people themselves are not in the mood anymore. Pull to end on a positive note as possible. Is there anything that you've seen recently. That's giving you hope for the future of lebanon i. I'm speaking to you from a little village code. Duma which is a christian village on the central spine of mountains that runs up through the center of the country. It's quite a wealthy village. Which i suppose hasn't been touched at other places have yet been touched by the depth of this crisis. I know you're looking for something on optimistic. I think lebanon is ultimately ungovernable and that means very bad things in all sorts of ways. But it's also quite self sufficient and appear in douma. People are sort of withdrawing to the village you know. They have their olive graves. They have that fruit trees that quite self sufficient the lebanese a tough one. Another country may not survive. The statements not survive. The lebanese people will survive polling. Taylor thank you very much joining us and finally gardening has for a long time vermont. Size pa to british culture and during the pundak sales of plants went through the reef when the lockdown decided to see if they had a green thumb but in this issue. James pathology isn't feeding ceruzzi. He's not as the private gardens around him seems to be disappearing and being replaced with stone flooring and plastic loons. James joins me now. Along with kim gardner and writer as lebron james. You open your piece in the magazine this week with the rather dramatic claim that gardening is dead. Which i'm i'm sure we'll alarm many listeners. How did you come to this diagnosis. Oh just because of the witnessing of the terrible changes that have taken place in the gardens around my home admit it's pretty anecdotal but the back of my house. I can see actually four gardens. One of them's been paid ever since i've been there. The other three used to be host to have grass and now the last one this year has finally become a fake law says plastic plastic and more plastic. So that's that's that that. Put the cap on it. But the been lots of things going on before that there'd been there'd been the thought that the death rattlers i call. It was when Somebody put hot hung ivy fake ivy. Which has gone slice of wrong color. Turquoise it ought to be morongo ivy but it isn't on top of a gate which is meant to open for their car to go onto a space which used to be their front garden and there's also a romantic garden nearby me that is now being billed as a taken over It was had lots of charm and romance and confusion of somebody being garden for longtime it's gone and there's a wall of meant to be box i suppose but actually it doesn't look like any leave at all. It's just as green carpet of plastic and it's just happening again and again and again and the stats buried out reduction in lawn sizes the growth in hard services in.
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