Morse Telegraph -Samuel Morse unveiled this prototype at an 1837 exhibition. Seven years later, the first telegraph line—linking Washington, D.C. and Baltimore—became operational, and within 20 years wires criss-crossed the country. The invention led to the North’s victory in the Civil War, says historian Tom Wheeler: “Lincoln used the telegraph to put starch in the spine of his often all- too-timid generals and to propel his leadership vision to the front.
The classroom overhead projector. Some of these were still in use last school year when I retired from the teaching profession. I had only had mine out of the classroom for a year, when I went exclusively with the smartboard and the E.
Never forget the dead pixels of early childhood
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You were a kid in the if you would just listen to the radio all day long just to record your favorite song of all time on a tape. (This is so true!) So true.and I was a kid of the Nothing better than the mixed tape.