Top 100 Things First Time Introduced in The World.
Innovation, research, and development has made the world a better place for living. Here are the top 100 things the first time introduced in the world.
Symbolics.com - is the first domain name registered in the world in 1985.
It was registered by Symbolics Inc. on March 15, 1985. Now a days you see .com’s, .org’s, .net’s, and so on everywhere, but, did you know what was the first domain name registered ever in the history of internet? It’s symbolics.com.
Domain name is a name pointing to some resource (server, actually) on internet. Server’s are identified using their unique IP addresses, like, 188.8.131.52, etc. But, instead of remembering these dot separated numbers internet engineers provided with this innovative domain name system.
When you put domain name aka website address in browsers address bar and hits enter, browser software send request to that website. Internet domain name resolution system then points or resolves this domain name to a particular IP address, the address that pointing to particular server.
And, then server responds to your request by following proper client-server communication techniques. It’s more technical part we’ll see that later thoroughly.
The world's first bicycle was invented in 1817.
German origin Karl Freiherr von Drais invented first running the machine in the year 1817. It was later called the velocipede, draisine, and also nicknamed the hobby horse or dandy horse. He patented this design in 1818.
In first recorded ride this machine covered 13 km (eight miles) in less than an hour. It could have been quite a good surprise in 1800 century. It was constructed 100% of wood and weighed about 22 KGs.
Today, Cannondale is one of the most popular bicycle brands in the world. They manufactures cycles are used for mountain biking and triathlon. We’ll cover other top cycle manufacturing brands later in another post.
We would definitely like to know about your favourite bicycle brand. How often do you ride a bicycle? What brand do you own? Please join the conversation in comments.
The world's first motorcycle was introduced by Edward Joel Pennington.
Many claimants are not ready to give him credits. According to them, it was gasoline powered, not steam, electric, chemical, compressed air, clockwork, spring, fluid, lodestone, pump, or perpetual motion. Whatever, it may be, but, we can’t take aside his credits for naming this machine as “The Motor Cycle.”
There are so many disputes about this topic, we’ll discuss it further later on. Or, if you’ve something to share about the matter, kindly join the conversation in the comments section.
Sputnik is known as the world's first artificial satellite.
The Soviet Union started the era of space exploration by launching the world’s first artificial satellite. The flying machine was named Sputnik. Sputnik is a Russian translation for the term satellite. It was launched into an elliptical orbit of the Earth as on 4 October 1957.
It was launched 10:29 p.m. It had a diameter of 22 inches and weighed 184 pounds and circled Earth once every hour and 36 minutes. Visible with binoculars before sunrise or after sunset, Sputnik transmitted radio signals back to Earth strong enough to be picked up by amateur radio operators. (Source: History)
Barney Clark is the first person in world to receive a permanent artificial heart.
The first artificial heart is known as Jarvik 7. It was invented by a physician and inventor Robert Jarvik, MD, and, of course, named after him.
The operation took place on Dec. 2, 1982, in the darkest hours of the morning, cardiothoracic surgeon William DeVries, MD, carefully removed the ravaged heart of Dr. Barney Clark—a heart that tore like tissue paper due to years of treatment with steroids—and replaced it with the world’s first permanent artificial heart. Known as the Jarvik-7. (Source: HealthCare.Utah.Edu)
The World's First Bigger Size Biogas Plant Was Built in 1911.
In Bermingham, England the plant was constructed for the contamination of sewage water sediments of the city. And, was used for generating the electricity. The biogas is generally, used for cooking purpose, but, the first larger size biogas actually used for power generation, which can allow us to think how big it was!
Intel 4004 is The World's First Commercial Processor.
The world’s first computer processor was released by Intel Corporation in the year 1971. It was the first commercially available computer CPU. It’s chip designed was implemented using MOS silicon gate technology. MOS stands for metal–oxide–semiconductor.
Soviet Cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin is The First Person in Space.
He orbited the Earth in a Vostok spacecraft on April 12, 1961 and became the first person to have a space flight.
The World's First YouTube Video Was Uploaded By User Jawed
He posted the first video to YouTube with his username, “jawed”. This first video for YouTube was shoot/recorded by his high school friend Yakov Lapitsky. He uploaded that on 24th of April 2005.
YouTube co-founder Jawed Karim posted the 18 second video, titled, “Me at the zoo.” The video description gives some more info too, “The first video on YouTube. Maybe it’s time to go back to the zoo?”
The World's First Electronic Television Was Designed By Philo Taylor Farnsworth, A 21-Year-Old Inventor in 1927.
It is said that the inventor lived about 14 years of his life in a house without electricity. While in high school he started designing a system that could capture the moving images a form that could be coded onto radio waves and then transformed back into a picture on a screen.
The World's First Blackboard Was Invented By James Pillans.
James Pillans, headmaster and geography teacher invented the first blackboard at the Old High School in Edinburgh, Scotland. He invented the first modern blackboard when he hung a large piece of slate on the classroom wall. Now students, I hope you’ve understood who invented the blackboard, a board in front of which you do spend your whole day.
The World's First Watch Was Invented By Peter Henlein.
Peter Henlein is credited as the inventor of the world’s first watch. He crafted the small ornamental watches. These small watches could be worn as pendants or attached to the clothes.
They are known as pomander watches, which are regarded as the first watches in the history of timekeeping. Henlein was a locksmith and clockmaker of Nuremberg, Germany.
The First Windows Operating System Was Released in 1985.
Microsoft Corporation released first version of Windows operating system on November 20, 1985. It was 16 bit GUI running on top of existing MS-DOS. The system provided environment to run programs designed for Windows GUI as well as dos.
Now Microsoft Corporation’s Windows Operating System is one of the most used closed-source software. Windows is available in many forms like, personal editions, professional editions, Windows Server editions, etc. Windows 10 is the recent version of their operating system to become the most popular system software around the world.
The World’s Earliest Surviving Motion-picture Film.
It was the first short film directed by French inventor Louis Le Prince in 1888. Its length is 2.11 seconds. Guinness World Records categories this as the oldest surviving movie in the world. Watch is here. It shows actual consecutive actions.
The World's First Memory Card Was Invented in 1980.
The World's First Full-Length Feature Film Was Made in Australia.
The World's First Crude Electric Vehicle Was Developed in 1832.
The World's First Social Media Site SixDegrees.com.
It was first started in 1997. Later, it’s shut down in 2000. It was one of the first social media sites in world where users could set up a profile page, connection lists.
Even people could send messages each other. At that time these features were new to everyone. These days this has become a standard for social media sites to include these basic set of features.
The site was became quite a hit with almost 1 million users in late 2000s. Later someone purchase it for $125 million and put the shutters down. After some time site was again made a comeback but remain unknown to almost the whole internet.
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