Computers are ubiquitous. You don't need to be a genius to know that. This article was typed on a computer. A computer was used to print the magazine. The internet was used for research. Maybe you'll read this story on the Technograph's website, and you'll probably share it on Facebook and Twitter too. While you're online, you'll check your email, get instantaneous sports updates, share information with people via the click of the mouse, and sync your calendar (and your friends') to your phone. You might pay your bills and buy a song or two while video chatting with a friend halfway around the world. She asks you a question, and in about ten seconds, you can find the answer. Our lives revolve around computers - but how did this technological explosion take place and when?