Tech History Today – May 25

In 1945 – Arthur C. Clarke began privately circulating copies of his paper ““The Space-Station: Its Radio Applications” which suggested geostationary space stations could be used for worldwide television broadcasts.

In 1949 – Josef Carl Engressia, Jr. was born in Richmond, Virginia. He would later go by the name Joybubbles and develop a talent to whistle at 2600 Hz, allowing him to control phone switching equipment.

1994 – CERN hosted the first international World Wide Web conference, which continued through May 27.