MadSci Search Results for David Ehnebuske

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1. Computer Science: Re: who made the first computer keyboard?, David Ehnebuske, Sr. Technical Staff Member, Software, IBM Corporation Tue Oct 10 10:37:21 2000
2. Computer Science: Re: How do web search engines work?, David Ehnebuske, Sr. Technical Staff Member, Software, IBM Corporation Fri Sep 22 10:15:40 2000
3. Computer Science: Re: what is the technological revolution?, David Ehnebuske, Sr. Technical Staff Member, Software, IBM Corporation Tue Dec 7 12:13:00 1999
4. Computer Science: Re: How can a (e.g.) chessprogram LEARN from playing with people?, David Ehnebuske, Sr. Technical Staff Member, Software, IBM Corporation Thu Jun 14 17:47:42 2001
5. Computer Science: Re: What was the first website ever?, David Ehnebuske, Sr. Technical Staff Member, Software, IBM Corporation Tue Jun 19 14:26:42 2001
6. Computer Science: Re: WHY ARE THE KEYS ON COMPUTERS NOT ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY?, Layne Johnson, Undergraduate Mon Aug 21 20:37:44 2000
7. Computer Science: Re: cpu and ram timings, David Ehnebuske, Sr. Technical Staff Member, Software, IBM Corporation Wed Feb 20 16:09:32 2002
8. Computer Science: Re: Where did Moore's Law come from and does it still hold true?, David Ehnebuske, Sr. Technical Staff Member, Software, IBM Corporation Mon Sep 13 11:54:42 1999
9. Computer Science: Re: software and hardware are two part of a coin, David Ehnebuske, IBM Distinguished Engineer Tue Oct 7 09:04:12 2003
10. Computer Science: Re: WHAT IS A SOFTWARE DEVELOPER, David Ehnebuske, Sr. Technical Staff Member, Software, IBM Corporation Wed Sep 26 15:44:08 2001
11. Computer Science: Re: What exactly is an API?, David Ehnebuske, Sr. Technical Staff Member, Software, IBM Corporation Mon Nov 20 18:58:46 2000
12. Computer Science: Re: How do the reflector sites used for Cu-SeeMe work?, David Ehnebuske, Sr. Technical Staff Member, Software, IBM Corporation Tue Feb 9 14:50:11 1999
13. Computer Science: Re: How longe before a wearable electronic translator is produced? , David Ehnebuske, Sr. Technical Staff Member, Software, IBM Corporation Thu Feb 17 14:51:07 2000
14. Computer Science: Re: Is there a history of amateur computers?, David Ehnebuske, Sr. Technical Staff Member, Software, IBM Corporation Thu Sep 9 15:11:14 1999
15. Computer Science: Re: How can a CD have both music and data at the same time?, David Ehnebuske, Sr. Technical Staff Member, Software, IBM Corporation Tue Feb 8 15:07:14 2000
16. Computer Science : Re: what research exists on visualizing search results?, David Ehnebuske, Sr. Technical Staff Member, Software, IBM Corporation Fri Aug 22 09:19:09 1997
17. Computer Science: Re: What major companies today got early funding from DARPA., David Ehnebuske, Sr. Technical Staff Member, Software, IBM Corporation Thu Mar 19 11:55:44 1998
18. Computer Science: Re: can i have a connection between an ibm 3147 cluster controller and a hub? , David Ehnebuske, IBM Distinguished Engineer Thu Mar 14 16:35:07 2002
19. Computer Science: Re: What is a 6 X 86 Computer?, David Ehnebuske, Sr. Technical Staff Member, Software, IBM Corporation Mon May 4 16:03:18 1998
20. Computer Science: Re: Where can I find information on the computers used by the Apollo missions?, David Ehnebuske, Sr. Technical Staff Member, Software, IBM Corporation Tue Aug 24 09:19:44 1999
21. Engineering: Re: how can i use cad\cam in electrical industries?, David Ehnebuske, Sr. Technical Staff Member, Software, IBM Corporation Mon Nov 1 13:11:09 1999
22. Computer Science: Re: Aptiva shutdown, David Ehnebuske, Sr. Technical Staff Member, Software, IBM Corporation Tue Jan 20 09:29:30 1998


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