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Timeline of communication technology

   * 3500s BC - The Sumerians develop cuneiform writing and the Egyptians
     develop hieroglyphic writing
   * 1500s BC - The Phoenicians develop an alphabet
   * 170 BC - Parchment is discovered in Pergamum
   * 105 - Tsai Lun invents paper
   * 350 - The Chinese develop a method for printing pages using symbols
     carved on a wooden block
   * 1450 - The Chinese develop wooden block movable type printing
   * 1454 - Johannes Gutenberg finishes a printing press with metal movable
     type
   * 1793 - Claude Chappe establishes the first long-distance semaphore
     telegraph line
   * 1831 - Joseph Henry proposes and builds an electric telegraph
   * 1835 - Samuel Morse develops the Morse code
   * 1843 - Samuel Morse builds the first long distance electric telegraph
     line
   * 1876 - Alexander Graham Bell and Thomas Watson exhibit an electric
     telephone
   * 1877 - Thomas Edison patents the phonograph
   * 1889 - Almon Strowger patents the direct dial telephone
   * 1901 - Guglielmo Marconi transmits radio signals from Cornwall to
     Newfoundland
   * 1925 - John Logie Baird transmits the first television signal
   * 1942 - Hedy Lamarr and George Antheil invent frequency hopping spread
     spectrum communication technique
   * 1948 - Claude Shannon writes a paper that establishes the mathematical
     basis of information theory
   * 1958 - Chester Carlson presents the first photocopier suitable for
     office use
   * 1966 - Charles Kao realizes that silica-based optical waveguides offer
     a practical way to transmit light via total internal reflection
   * 1969 - The first hosts of ARPANET, Internet's ancestor, are connected.
   * 1973 - Akira Hasegawa and Fred Tappert propose the use of solitary
     waves to carry information in optical fibers
   * 1977 - Donald Knuth begins work on TeX
   * 1980 - Linn Mollenauer, Rogers Stollen, and James Gordon demonstrate
     that solitary waves can be propagated through optical fibers
   * 1989 - Tim Berners-Lee and Robert Cailliau built the prototype system
     which became the World Wide Web at CERN
   * 1991 - Anders Olsson transmits solitary waves through an optical fiber
     with a data rate of 32 billion bits per second
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