Open Journal Systems. Historical Software Collection : Free Software. This collection contains selected historically important software packages from the Internet Archive's software archives.
Through the use of in-browser emulators, it is possible to try out these items and experiment with using them, without the additional burdens of installing emulator software or tracking down the programs. Many of these software products were the first of their kind, or utilized features and approaches that have been copied or recreated on many programs since. (historic software, vintage software, antique software) For this initial collection, we've hand-selected a few dozen ground-breaking and historically important software products, many of whom started entire industries or pioneered new genres of programs. While they lack the later features and graphics of modern counterparts, these programs were either big sellers at the time or recognized as first of a kind. They are now a single click away in a browser.
Getting to Work The Road to Adventure. Australian painters. John Glover (1767-1849), Australian landscape with cattle: the artist's property Patterdale, c. 1835, oil on canvas.
Image courtesy of the : an2253188. When the first artists arrived in colonial Australia from Europe in the late 18th century, they were confronted by images and scenery the likes of which they had never seen: ...the whole appearance of nature must be striking in the extreme to the adventurer, and at first this will seem to him to be a country of enchantments.Thomas Watling, Letters From An Exile in Botany Bay, To His Aunt in Dumfries, 1794. Famous Australian Poets and Poems. Encyclopedia of Australian Science. Australian Academy of Science - Interviews with Australian scientists. Ada*, Professor Gordon (1922–2012), Microbiologist Aitken, Dr Yvonne (1911–2004), Agricultural scientist Anderson*, Professor Brian (1941), Systems engineer Angyal*, Professor Stephen (1914–2012), Carbohydrate chemist Appleby*, Dr Cyril (1928), Plant biologist Armand, Dr Leanne (1968), Micropalaeontologist Back to top Campbell*, Professor Julie (1946), Vascular biologist Campbell*, Professor Ken (1927), Palaeontologist Carey*, Professor Sam (1911–2002), Geologist Caruso*, Professor Frank (1968), Physical chemist and materials scientist Carver*, Professor John (1926–2004), Physicist Christiansen*, Professor Chris (1913–2007), Physicist and engineer Clark*, Professor Graeme (1935), Otolaryngologist Cole*, Professor Andrew (1924), Chemist Compston*, Professor Bill (1931), Isotope geochemist Costin*, Dr Alec (1925), Alpine ecologist Craig*, Professor David (1919), Theoretical chemist Curtis*, Professor David (1927), Neurophysiologist Evans*, Dr Lloyd (1927), Plant scientist.
Nobel Laureates and Country of Birth. Note: The country of birth refers to the name of the country at the time when the Nobel Laureates were born.
For instance, to look for Nobel Laureates born in India you need to include also British India, British India (now Bangladesh) and India (now Pakistan). Austria, Germany, Poland and Russia are other examples of countries where the borders have changed. Australian Olympic Committee: Olympian Search. Every Australian Olympian and their Games results can be found here.
Simply type in the athlete name and search. For more advanced searches, you can use the drop down boxes to filter by Gender, Medal type, Sport, and Games. Sport Australia Hall of Fame - Legends of Australian Sport. 2013 Induction & Awards Dinner News Feed 5th Feb 2014.
Australian History: Post Federation: Sporting Achievements. During the century of world wars and the Great Depression, Australia achieved great heights in sporting achievements.
These are the main highlights of significant Australian performances. Sir Donald Bradman - Sir Donald Bradman is arguably the greatest cricketer of all time. His statistics are incredibly superior to anyone else even to this day. He played in 52 Test matches for Australia from 1928 to 1948. He batted 80 times against England, the West Indies, South Africa and India for 6996 runs with an average of 99.94.
Prime Ministers of Australia. Australia has had 27 prime ministers since Federation in 1901.
Follow the links below to learn about their lives and the times in which they lived. Factsheets · Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House. Do you know which former prime minister was nicknamed ‘Tosspot Toby’ by The Bulletin because of his love of good food and wine?
Or which one used to work as a miner before he was prime minister? Read our Prime Facts factsheets to discover these and many more facts about our former prime ministers including details about their political careers, their main achievements, their personal lives, their character and their lives after politics. Australia's PMs - Australia's Prime Ministers. Site map | Glossary | Contact us About this site | Australia's PMs | Fast facts | Timeline | Galleries | Find records > The Australian prime minister> The prime ministerial spouse.
Www.aussieeducator.org.au/reference/famousaustralians.html. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are warned that the following may contain images and voices of deceased persons. The following people achieved high levels of recognition and are in some way linked to Australia. Some were not born in Australia; some never lived here. National Portrait Gallery, Canberra - Portraits. Welcome to the National Portrait Gallery's collection search. The National Portrait Gallery's collection contains portraits depicted in a wide variety of media; paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings and photographs. Copyright Statement By utilising the National Portrait Gallery Collection Search you agree to accept the conditions of use in relation to the Copyright Act as stated below: The National Portrait Gallery respects the rights of artists and copyright holders.
Consequently, all works that appear on this website do so with the consent of the artist/s or copyright holder. Australian Biography. ADB Home - Australian Dictionary of Biography. Historical Gallery. An Online Gallery of 30,000 Items from The British Library, Including Leonardo da Vinci's Notebooks And Mozart's Diary. (Click image to enlarge) This past December, we wrote about the British Library’s releasing “over a million images onto Flickr Commons for anyone to use, remix and repurpose.” For those who enjoyed this treasure trove of historical content, we bring more good tidings: the British Library also has a freely accessible online gallery, numbering some 30,000 items.
The vast digital collection includes books, ancient maps, and priceless prints. Amid the countless virtual tomes, some of the more impressive holdings include Mozart’s musical diary from the last seven years of his life, and Leonardo da Vinci’s notebook (find both above) where the artist and inventor theorized about mechanics. Turning the Pages (accessible version) - Leonardo Notebook: Introduction. Audio 'This is to be a collection without order, drawn from many papers, which I have copied here, hoping to arrange them later each in its place, according to the subjects of which they treat.' Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) Leonardo is describing how, in the house of Piero di Braccio Martelli in Florence, in the year 1508, he began the collection of short treatises, notes and drawings, which now makes up the Leonardo Notebook in the British Library. The manuscript, in Italian, is written in Leonardo's characteristic 'mirror writing', left-handed and moving from right to left.
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