I began a simple collection of the events behind todays computers. My knowledege in these fields is so limited, and I read:
"In the 1930s and working independently, American electronic engineer Claude Shannon and Soviet logician Victor Shestakov both showed a one-to-one correspondence between the concepts of Boolean logic and certain electrical circuits, now called logic gates, which are now ubiquitous in digital computers. They showed that electronic relays and switches can realize the expressions of Boolean algebra. This thesis essentially founded practical digital circuit design."
I wonder if it's correct to say that "bools law were not used in the analog computers" (the early computers).