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Bamboo Tetrahedral Kite

I shot the original video in august 2014, and somehow forgot or neglected to finish it off. I wanted to find a nice location around London, and I had a few spots in mind with which to test the kite, but I just didn’t. 156 more words

Folk, Toys & Puzzles

Photo Friday: Opportunity

“When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us.” – … 16 more words

Photography

PENEMU TELEPON

Alexander Graham Bell tercatat sebagai penemu Telepon Yang Pertama, dilahirkan tahun 1847 di Edinburg, Skotlandia. Minat Bell memproduksi kembali suara vokal timbul secara wajar karena ayahnya seorang ahli dalam hal fisiologi vokal, memperbaiki pidato dan mengajar orang-orang tuli. 362 more words

Tugas TIK

It's for you...

A fascinating aside into London business life in the 1880s is the assimilation of the telephone. Take this example: In a letter dated April 27 1885 from one large London solicitors, the firm printed its telephone number as part of its letterhead. 463 more words

Day 17: Granville Woods

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Granville_Woods

Let me introduce you to the man that REALLY invented the telegraph, telephone, etc. and got it patented BEFORE Thomas Edison and Alexander Bell. (Both of whom tried to buy the rights from under him.) Most important it the ability to transmit telegraphs and words from train stations to mobile trains. 56 more words

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San Francisco, Can You Hear Me Now? Good.

Telephone line had to be laid across the entire continent in order for a transcontinental call to be placed.  On Jan. 25, 1914, Alexander Graham Bell made a call from New York to San Francisco. 27 more words

Education

This Week In History: February 9-15

February 9, 1849: New Roman Republic established.

February 10, 1840: Queen Victoria marries Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha.

February 11, 1808: Jesse Fell burns anthracite on an open grate as an experiment in heating homes with coal. 53 more words

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