She writes on a computer in a drawing program, creating panels and word balloons.
Start by linking your device to your smartphone or computer and entering the basics—height, weight, etc.
It feels really retro, to have a piece of paper with no computer windows open and no electronic umbilical to the outside world.
Reams of lab results, refill requests, emails, and callbacks pop up continually on the computer screen.
We are working with the local authorities as well as the FBI computer crimes unit to ensure this does not happen again.
A second scheme involves a disk or drum on which the computer writes the words to generate the pattern.
Of course Ned was a perfect shot—so would I be with a computer for a brain.
I can send all the backups and my computer to your office right now.
Banasel was whistling tunelessly as he set up readings on a computer.
A pushed-back cap had the crossed slide-rule symbol of ship's computer man.
1640s, "one who calculates," agent noun from compute (v.). Meaning "calculating machine" (of any type) is from 1897; in modern use, "programmable digital electronic computer" (1945 under this name; theoretical from 1937, as Turing machine). ENIAC (1946) usually is considered the first. Computer literacy is recorded from 1970; an attempt to establish computerate (adjective, on model of literate) in this sense in the early 1980s didn't catch on. Computerese "the jargon of programmers" is from 1960, as are computerize and computerization.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A New York Congressman says the use of computers to record personal data on individuals, such as their credit background, "is just frightening to me." [news article, March 17, 1968]
A programmable machine that performs high-speed processing of numbers, as well as of text, graphics, symbols, and sound. All computers contain a central processing unit that interprets and executes instructions; input devices, such as a keyboard and a mouse, through which data and commands enter the computer; memory that enables the computer to store programs and data; and output devices, such as printers and display screens, that show the results after the computer has processed data.
A journal of the IEEE Computer Society.
A machine that can be programmed to manipulate symbols. Computers can perform complex and repetitive procedures quickly, precisely and reliably and can quickly store and retrieve large amounts of data.
The physical components from which a computer is constructed (electronic circuits and input/output devices) are known as "hardware". Most computers have four types of hardware component: CPU, input, output and memory. The CPU (central processing unit) executes programs ("software") which tell the computer what to do. Input and output (I/O) devices allow the computer to communicate with the user and the outside world. There are several kinds of memory - fast, expensive, short term memory (e.g. RAM) to hold intermediate results, and slower, cheaper, long-term memory (e.g. magnetic disk and magnetic tape) to hold programs and data between jobs.
See also analogue computer.