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The Evolution of Traditional Media

  • 35,000 BCE

    Pre-Industrial Age: Cave Paintings

    Pre-Industrial Age: Cave Paintings
  • 2500 BCE

    Pre-Industrial Age: Papyrus (Egypt: 2500 B.C.)

    Pre-Industrial Age: Papyrus (Egypt: 2500 B.C.)
  • 2400 BCE

    Pre-Industrial Age: Clay Tablets (Mesopotamia: 2400 B.C.)

    Pre-Industrial Age: Clay Tablets (Mesopotamia: 2400 B.C.)
  • 130 BCE

    Pre-Industrial Age: Acta Diurna (Rome: 130 B.C.)

    Pre-Industrial Age: Acta Diurna (Rome: 130 B.C.)
  • 5

    Pre-Industrial Age: Mayan Codex

    Pre-Industrial Age: Mayan Codex
  • 220

    Pre-Industrial Age: Woodblock Printing (or block printing: 220 A.D.)

    Pre-Industrial Age: Woodblock Printing (or block printing: 220 A.D.)
  • 220

    Pre-Industrial Age: Dibao (China: 2nd Century)

    Pre-Industrial Age: Dibao (China: 2nd Century)
  • Industrial Age: The London Gazette (Newspaper) (1640)

    Industrial Age: The London Gazette (Newspaper) (1640)
  • Industrial Age: Punch Cards

    Industrial Age: Punch Cards
    is a piece of stiff paper that can be used to contain digital data represented by the presence or absence of holes in predefined positions. Digital data can be used for data processing applications or, in earlier examples, used to directly control automated machinery.
  • Industrial Age: Telegraph

    Industrial Age: Telegraph
  • Industrial Age: Typewriter

    Industrial Age: Typewriter
  • Industrial Age: Telephone

    Industrial Age: Telephone
  • Industrial Age: Motion Picture Photography/Projection

    Industrial Age: Motion Picture Photography/Projection
  • Industrial Age: Printing Press

    Industrial Age: Printing Press
  • Industrial Age: Commercial Motion Pictures

    Industrial Age: Commercial Motion Pictures
  • Industrial Age: Motion Picture with Sound

    Industrial Age: Motion Picture with Sound
  • Electronic Age: Television

    Electronic Age: Television
  • Electronic Age: Transistor Radio

    Electronic Age: Transistor Radio
  • Electronic Age: Largest Electronic Computers (EDSAC/UNIVAC 1)

    Electronic Age: Largest Electronic Computers (EDSAC/UNIVAC 1)
  • Electronic Age: Mainframe Computers

    Electronic Age: Mainframe Computers
  • Electronic Age: OHP (OverHead Projector), LCD (Liquid-Crystal Display) Projectors

    Electronic Age: OHP (OverHead Projector), LCD (Liquid-Crystal Display) Projectors
    Overhead projector:
    - is a variant of slide projector that is used to display images to an audience. LCD projector:
    - is a type of video projector for displaying video, images or computer data on a screen or other flat surface. It is a modern equivalent of the slide projector or overhead projector.
  • Information Age: Web Browsers : Mosaic (1993)

    Information Age: Web Browsers : Mosaic (1993)
  • Information Age: Web Browsers : Internet Explorer (1995)

    Information Age: Web Browsers : Internet Explorer (1995)
  • Information Age: Blogs: Blogspot

    Information Age: Blogs: Blogspot
  • Information Age: Social Networks: Friendster

    Information Age: Social Networks: Friendster
  • Information Age: Social Networks: Multiply

    Information Age: Social Networks: Multiply
  • Information Age: Blogs: WordPress

    Information Age: Blogs: WordPress
  • Information Age: Social Networks: FaceBook

    Information Age: Social Networks: FaceBook
  • Information Age: Video: YouTube

    Information Age: Video: YouTube
  • Information Age: Micro Blogs: Twitter

    Information Age: Micro Blogs: Twitter
  • Information Age: Micro Blogs: Tumblr

    Information Age: Micro Blogs: Tumblr
  • Information Age: Social Networks: Instagram

    Information Age: Social Networks: Instagram