Typewriter Computer Jargon
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- Asay 1 Slang has been used by people for hundreds of years, dating
- This new slang has changed how people can communicate on the computer and .
- A course leader's guide to running hands-on computer and internet
- to explain computer concepts clearly and with a minimum of jargon and is familiar with the .. Ask participants if they have used a typewriter before.
- JOSS: EXPERIENCE WITH AN EXPERIMENTAL COMPUTING
- puting service, at remote typewriter consoles, was made available to the staff of The RAND Corporation to explore the value of on-line use of a computer.
- FIDS-A flat-panel interactive display system - IEEE Computer
- new approaches to human-computer communication, They do not want to use computer jargon; .. break the typewriting standard as little as possible.
- Local Government Handbook Chapter 2 – Administration of
- Computer System Uses. 1. The Computer as a Typewriter ..
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- Typewriter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- 3.1 Keyboard layouts: "QWERTY" and others; 3.2 Typewriter conventions; 3.
- Urban Dictionary: computer jargon
- Term may have originated from the first users of electric typewriters, computer jargon.
- The Difference Between a Typewriter and a Computer Keyboard
- The Difference Between a Typewriter and a Computer Keyboard. When it comes to types of musical instruments, this jargon is important from a monetary .
- Computer Jargon
- Computer jargon from the Web site of David English, writer and editor, who has at some registers using the console typewriter, and then keep on cranking.
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