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It did flash some LEDs and print out some status messages as we huddled around it in a cubicle. That meant that tens of millions of transistors had to work correctly, as did tens of thousands of lines of code. It’s amazing that this stuff works at all, much less in the first days after power-up, but I have to admit that it wasn’t that spectacular. So that got me thinking about demos that really did impress. What were the some demos that really did blow people’s socks off. First Display of the Telephone. Alexander Graham Bell achieved the first transmission of speech in March 1876, but couldn’t interest anyone in it. He offered it to Western Union, who thought it was a toy. But his fiancé, Mabel Hubbard, knew what to do. In June 1876 she secretly bought him a train ticket from Boston to the Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia. This was a massive world’s fair, showcasing the latest and greatest in technology. A slice of cable from the Brooklyn Bridge and the arm of the Statue of Liberty. Mabel packed his bag and took him to the train station without telling him where he was going. When she handed him the ticket, he protested, but she had already turned away. Since she was completely deaf (they had met when he was teaching at a Boston school for the deaf), his complaints were of no avail. He went to Philadelphia and stretched a wire from one end of the Education Hall to the other. He again got no interest, until the last day of judging. The emperor of Brazil, Don Pedro, was on the awards committee and recognized Bell from a tour of schools for the deaf. He asked Bell what he doing at this machinery exhibition. Bell handed him a receiver and then went to the other end of the hall. That’s the reaction you want from demo visitors. The telephone became the hit of the Exhibition, and Bell was on his way. Thirteen years later he retired to his own supervillain lair, Beinn Bhreagh in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia to continue his astounding (but sadly not fiendish) experiments. First Serious Light Bulb. On New Year’s Eve 1879, Thomas Edison invited the public and press to Menlo Park, New Jersey to see his newly developed light bulb. He and his crew had gotten it working three months earlier, but had only shown it to his investors and select journalists. This was the big reveal. He had 25 bulbs strung around the lab buildings and the street outside. Inside the lab itself, he showed a bulb burning while dunked in a glass jar of water. You can’t do that with a candle, or a kerosene lantern, or a gas mantle, or a carbon arc lamp, or any other form of lighting in the previous history of the world. The story was, well, electrifying. It was on front pages around the world. It was such an iconic moment, such a dividing line in history, that it has provoked a prolonged backlash against Edison. People say that he wasn’t actually first, or that he stole other people’s ideas, or that he succeeded by brute-force trial and error. Yet his bulbs were obviously better than others: they lasted longer because of better vacuums, were cheaper to install because they ran at a high voltage and so needed less copper, and were safer because he also invented fuses, switches, and... He didn’t invent just a glowing wire. he created the entire system that made incandescent lighting practical. His pride in it ultimately led to his downfall. He got so wrapped up in defending his patents, particularly against George Westinghouse, that he got kicked out of his own company. Morgan had invested in him to create the Edison General Electric company, but was disgusted by his distraction during the patent wars. He replaced Edison as CEO with one Charles Coffin, who immediately renamed it General Electric, as it’s known to this day. That story is nicely told in a new roman à clef, “Last Days of Night” by Graham Moore:. It follows Westinghouse’s young lawyer, Paul Cravath, in his attempt to beat off the wily and sinister Edison in the late 1880s. It’s a ripping yarn, but kind of hard on the guy who genuinely was the Wizard of Menlo Park. The Mother of All Demos. In 1968 Douglas Englebart presented a demo at an ACM meeting that prefigured most of computing for the next fifty years. At that time computing was done with punch cards fed into big central machines. A graphical user interface Controlled by a hand pointer that he called a mouse That connected one computer to another With links that you.
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