On Dec 9, 1968, the American engineer Douglas Engelbart (1925-2013) gave a computer demonstration. In 90 minutes, Engelbart demonstrated the use of graphics, windows, hypertext, command input, video conferencing and even the computer mouse.
When thinking about World War 2 and dangerous missions, the first thing to come to mind is usually commandos storming beaches or large battles with tanks. Nevertheless, it was actually flying which was the most dangerous.
Many movies suggest that treasure chests are usually found at the bottom of the sea, or in some cave. However, one of the biggest treasures of all time was found in the 1980s in the Polish town of Sroda, during the demolition of an old building.