Worked with the BBC, Philips & the EEC to develop and implement the "Domesday" project. Developed, the "Volcano" interactive videodisc on behalf of Oxford University Press.
worked with the BBC, Philips & the EEC to develop and implement the "Domesday" project.
I was also involved in convincing the Board of OUP to develop an electronic version of the Oxford English Dictionary (OED). having already demonstrated my prototype system to the Board of Encyclopaedia Brittanica, who had flown from the USA to see it but then concluded that my solution was ...
"no better than smoke and mirrors !!!"
so what in[DEED] did they KNOW!!!???
Helped to establish a nationwide network of Interactive Videodisc Training Systems for Lloyds Bank plc - which were originally based on the RandD version of the Acorn Business Computer.
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to answering the question -
Eight years after the iPod, the iPad arrived.
Pundits and readers alike predicted it would be a flop.
Some made up their minds before it was even official.
But the concept was strong. An iPhone-like tablet.
The design was inevitable, revealed in a 2004 patent.
The naysayers were proved wrong - QUICKLY.
Over 3 million were sold in the first 3 months.
15 million were sold in the first year.
Today, after two years, over 67 million.
and subsequently asking -
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