The Joie Chitwood Thrill Show was also known as the Joie Chitwood Chevy Thunder Show was an Chevy automotive stunt show that lasted over 50 years.
In 1965 Honeywell built a computer known as the Kitchen Computer. It is considered the first home computer. The Kitchen Computer is also known as the H316.
UpperCut Story Of The Week Ending November 8th 2014. The 1964, 1965 Worlds Fair was a miraculous once in a lifetime event that positively affected the lives of so any that attended. The 1964-1965 Worlds Fair took place in Queens New York at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park and featured items that had never before been introduced to the public. The first video phone was introduced at the fair as well as the first push button phone. The first push button phone signaled the end of the rotary phone. Also the 1964-1965 NYC Worlds Fair showcased the first ever color television. The fair took over 12K a
The TI-99 home computer used technology that was ahead of it's time. It's popularity was short lived, but this little computer made a big impression.