Dear Reader,

What is it that drives human history?

Is it social needs, economic incentives, or simply the dreams and gumption of a select few? At History-Computer, we strive to offer thoughtful answers to difficult questions like this, while making room to cover a few lighter topics along the way.

According to the great Leonardo da Vinci, there are three types of people: those who see; those who see, when they are shown; those who do not see. Let's try to at least fall in the middle category!

Enjoy your time with us, and never forget the age-old quote: "Life is too short to be taken seriously."

Preserving the past together,

The History-Computer Staff
A British solider holds two French children during the First World War
titanic's richest passenger
John Jacob Astor IV, born in 1864, was the wealthiest passenger aboard the Titanic. Astor’s gold pocket watch recently sold for $1,485,000 at auction.

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