History of the Internet
A general overview of the history of the internet. The Internet started out in the 1950's when computers were hooked together to share information. It was a very slow process. In the 1960s colleges hooked computers up to share intormation. At first only text files were shared back and forth.
A Brief History of Web Search
Charts the development of internet search engines to the start of 2010. Directories got pretty big so the search box came along. Spiders did the work of classifying pages. Then Keywords came along to make searching easier.
Art History - Timeline Presentation
This timeline of art history is shot largely using a handheld camera, and provides subtitles to describe what is being shown. It begins in 3500 and continues to about 547 AD. There is text to describe what your are viewing, but no narration. (9:23)
Art History Timeline Project Part 1 of 2
A student-created overview of the history of Western and Near Eastern Art from about 3000 BC to present. Part one ends with Ancient Rome. songs in video: "1979" "Today" "Drown" by The Smashing Pumpkins Made with moviemaker. (6:00)
Art History Timeline Project Part 2 o f 2
Part 2 of the Art History Timelin. It it begins with Ancient Rome and to goes to about AD 1200. Gives facts about the culture then examples of th art. Created with movie maker-some of the text is a bit hard to read due to colors used. (6:14)
The History of Microsoft Windows
The History of Microsoft Windows starting from version 1.0 until today. Each version shows a screen shot of the startup screen as well as some text about that version. (2:16)
Windows 1.0 to Windows Vista - Microsoft Desktop History
I start up Virtual Machines of Windows 1.0 to Windows Vista.
Windows 1.0 - Announced November 1983
Windows 1.0 - Released November 1985
Windows 2.0 - Released December 1987
Windows 3.1 - Released April 1992
Windows 95 - Released August 1995
Windows 98 - June 1998
Windows 98SE - Released May 1999
Windows 2000 - February 2000
Windows ME - September 2000
Windows XP -
The History Of Windows
1985-2009 1st Operating System:Windows 1.01 2nd Operating System:Windows 2.0 3rd Operating System:Windows 3.0 4th Operating System:Windows 3.1 5th Operating System:Windows 95 6th Operating System:Microsoft BOB 7th Operating System:Windows NT 8th Operating System:Windows 98 9th Operating System:Windows 2000 10th Operating System:Windows 2000 Server Family 11th Operating System:Windows Whistler 12th Operating System:Windows ME Millennium Edition 13th Operating System:Windows XP 14th Operating Syst
History of the Mac OS; part 1
A small calibration of videos I threw together. It's main point focuses on the good and bad of the Mac operating system. In 1977 the Apple II was created. One year after Lisa the system I OS was created. This shows the history of the Apple OS. (10:05)
History of the Mac OS; part 2
This is just a very very very quick summary of what transpired in the 90s between Apple and Microsoft. A quick slideshow that shows how the Apple OS developed in the late 1980's and early 1990's. (10:01)
History of the Mac OS: Part 3
The beginning pictures were taken by Bill Atkinson as he worked on the graphical user interface for the Lisa and Macintosh brand of computers. Much of the Lisa project was ported to the Macintosh line, including the Mac graphics system known as Quickdraw.
The interview with Steve Jobs was done when he was still at NeXT and not apart of Apple.
Much of the accounts between Apple and Microsoft during the lawsuits was brought forth in the Microsoft anti-trust cases during t
History of the Mac OS Part 4
Carbon is a main application environment in Mac OS X, a few example programs that are inside it are the Finder, Adobe software, and iTunes (as of Mac OS X 10.5). Carbon combines much of the old Mac OS API with some new stuff. Apple has been phasing Carbon out of the UI realm and it is now becoming the standard set of APIs for background and low level tasks. Cocoa is the primary environment of graphical applications in OS X.
This also starts to explain Apple's new move into the open
History in Pictures, Part 1
A slideshow for small children explaining what things "looked like" in the past (mostly medieval Europe). One simple sentence, or part of a sentence, followed by an illustrative picture. (Amateur video)
History Slideshow with Vocabulary Words
This slideshow is great for early readers or ESL (English as Second Language) readers. Words such as peasants, farmers, etc. are followed by an image to illustrate the word. The words are large and can easily be seen if using this slideshow in a classroom. A teacher could stop the film at intervals and ask students if they can spell the words. run time 3:10
Korean history - Goguryeo, the powerful kingdom in ancient Northeast Asia
Goguryeo was the powerful kingdom in ancient Northeast Asia. It was established in B.C. 37. This video discusses many military innovations of the Goguryeans. Also, the video discusses great advances of art and archetecture given to the world through the Goguryean kingdom. Run time 04:19
Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Threatens Native American "Water" Village
The town of Grand Bayou, Louisiana, has no streets and no cars, just water and boats. And now the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico threatens the very existence of the Atakapa-Ishak Indians who live there. RUn time 05:13.
The History of the Oil Drilling Issue in Florida
Former Florida Gov. Bob Graham, co-chair of the presidential commission investigating the BP oil spill, discusses the history of the oil drilling issue in Florida and the struggles for offshore drilling in the foreseeable future. Run time 02:04.
Watercolor tutorial lesson village landscape. Painting a sunlit scene.
This free lesson covers using a limited palette of colors to create a sunlit village street scene. For free photos to use http://paintmyphoto.ning.com
Aztec History and Culture
The Aztecs developed their own mythology, writing system, trade, and cities before the arrival of conquistador Hernán Cortes in 1519. This is an excellent ten minute video that deal with the history and culture of the Aztecs.
The History of the Mayans
The growth of the great Mayan civilization is as much a mystery as its disappearance. Cartoon illustrations are set to music with written information on the screen. Run time 01:36.