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Tech Time Machine: 1 March

Many important things have happened on 1 March: Hans Blix became head of the UN's weapons monitoring arm, Spain ditched the peseta for the peso, the Aussies completed the first Ashes whitewash in 1921, the Salem witch trials began and the Ba'ath Party took control in Syria.

The first episode of CNET Australia's Tech Time Machine covers none of the above items. Instead, we focus on the tech and tech-related goings on of this day in history. If you already know what Yahoo, Nikola Tesla, Wikipedia, the USSR and Henri Becquerel all achieved on this day, then stop reading this text and sign up for Who Wants to be a Millionaire.

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