Welcome to the Tech Gazette!
This is where you can find all current and previous editions of the monthly newsletter created by the Nashua Department of Information
Technology. These newsletters contain information regarding our current and future plans to improve your use of, and ease the
integration of, technology in the classroom as well as Tips and Tricks to improve your technology skills!
- ♦The first email was sent in 1971 by Ray Tomlinson. He sent it to himself to a computer right beside the one he was working on. Even more amazing, this email came 18 years before the creation of the World Wide Web!
- ♦The web browser Firefox gets its name for the English word for the red panda of southwestern China. The firefox logo is a red panda and not a fox!
- ♦The first computer mouse was invented by Doug Engelbart in 1964 and it was made of wood...watch out for splinters!
- ♦While it sounds silly, restarting your computer when having a computer issue is really effective! (HowToGeek.com)
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