Technology is never boring and it's got a really funny side. And over the days, as this blog grows, you'll come to love words like 'teckie' and 'hard disks'. Someday I'll even tell you about Blinky, Pinky, Inky and my friend 'Clyde'.
Wednesday, August 09, 2006
In 1906, Lee de Forest developed the three electrode vacuum tube amplifier, which he called the Audion. The device was used as a detector of radio signals, an amplifier of audio and an oscillator for transmitting.