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Telephone History: Invention & Design: The complete development of Early Experimental Ideas, Invention & Design from 1830-1930, to World Wide Web

by Michael Robert Mumford

Telephone History: Invention & Design
Over 460 thumbnail images and 144 full web pages hyperlinked interactive PDF Educational Visual index eHistory GB Series.

The complete development of Early Experimental Ideas, Invention & Design from 1830-1930, starting with the old Military and Naval Signal Flags still in use today, each flag spells an alphabetic message, letter by letter.

The next stage was the electric telegraph, the switching of electric current and needles, spelling out a letter-coded message.
Finally, the speaking telephone, now the mini-computer: camera /smartphone we know today, with easy downloads.

1.21 Early Experimental Ideas, Invention & Design: 1830-1930 Harrison Gray Dyar, William Fothergill Cooke, Charles
Wheatstone and Samuel Morse, using diffent methods of experimental and practical switching, to recording sound 1860 and
the Reis Transmitter, (all developed before A.G. Bell invented his telephone).
2.16 Pioneer Amateur & Professional Scientists, Engineers: Alexander Graham Bell, Joseph Henry and Alfred Vail.
3. 5 Examples of Early Telegraph/Telephones, original & modern reproductions.
4.29 Many new Telephone Companies: The Bell Telephone Company 1877, The National & International 1879, The American
Telephone & Telegraph Co.1899 and General Post Office, UK 1878.
5.18 Examples of early Construction & Operation of manual exchanges, Aerial lines and underground, Public kiosks K1-8,
Police boxes, Automobile AA and RAC kiosks. Telephone engineers and transport 1860-1960.
6.18 Europe quickly followed: British L.M.Ericsson Manufacturer Co.1903, G. Maconi, The Wire
less Telegraph & Signal
Co.1909, The Plessey Co. 1917. Each country had its own state run public Telephone Systems.
7.28 Telephone History Visual Index with 114 engravings, all originals, Catalogue Images for research.

The full illustrated story takes you from the original Telegraph visual signals to electrical pulses. To Morse-Code, and world wide cables connecting major cities, over-land Telephones, making the World-Wide-Web possible, today.
All our telephones/computers/domains linked together making communications and downloading knowledge from the past-presented at the speed of light.

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Spark: How to write a book with your kids â?¦ and why you should (Repossible Book 3)

by Bradley Charbonneau

The question I most get having now written 5 books together with my kids is not about the characters or the dog or the castle or if Lu will ever stop eating fries.*

No. The question I get from parents is, “How in the world did you manage to do a creative project with your kids, how did it go, and how can I do it, too?”

The answer was:

1.) I just decided to do it,
2.) it went both terribly wrong and wonderfully right, and
3.) this book is how you can do it, too.

One parent pulled me aside, a bit frazzled, and almost threatened me with, “If you ever hold a weekend workshop on how to do a creative project together with your kids, I’ll pay whatever you want to charge.”

When I sat down with my then-8-year old on the red chair in early March of 2014, having just read a really bad children’s book and said, “Wow, that book was pretty bad.” I then immediately followed up with, “We can do better than that.” My son looked at me like I was crazy (I was) and challenged me to follow through on my dare.

I did.

Within a month, we had a book on Amazon.

Now we can boast almost all of the list below:

1.) We have sold 1,000,000+ books in 89 countries and 7 languages.
2.) We sometimes had to resort to bribery, coercion, and ice cream to get a chapter done.
3.) Just on royalties alone, Li is eyeing a Maserati for his 16th birthday.
4.) We created something from nothing and no one can ever take that away.
5.) We get regular calls from Hollywood producers about making the movie versions.
6.) We broke all of Audible’s rules when we recorded the audiobook version–and got rejected.
7.) Both boys have transformed into perfect angels who study Mandarin in their free time after violin lessons and before their volunteer work for global literacy.
8.) I have a audio proof of my 10-year old narrating Chapter 8 that I can use at his wedding to embarrass him beyond his wildest nightmares and I can bring that up whenever I like to remind my boys that we are a family who shares experiences (and it’s good for blackmail).
9.) We did it all right.
10.) We did it all wrong.
11.) We did it. Period.

HINT: Take the list above and choose which one you like.

This book is proof that we can create something from nothing together with our kids. What you’re about to embark on is a journey that no one can take away from you. We’re going to create a time capsule you’ll be able to cherish until your 89-year-old neighbor finally tells you she’s deaf and hasn’t heard a word about it.

This book is going to help you create a bond with your kids.

For the record:

1.) We’re not shooting for stardom (at least, not beyond your family).
2.) It’s almost guaranteed it won’t win any literary awards.
3.) I don’t care if you sell 7 copies. (P.S. Either will you.)
4.) We’re shooting for the experience of starting, persevering, and finishing a creative project with parents and children that you can be proud of (or cringe over).

I’ve got to finish up this bit here as I need to interview my teenager for our latest book, “What I Wish I Knew When I Was 13.” He hates the idea so far. Usually, that’s a firm indicator that it’s going to be a success.

Speaking of success, we’re not going to succeed if we don’t get started. Let us help you get started. Ready?

* Lu will NEVER stop eating fries.

A Book of Project Management

by Deepak Pandey

Project management is a delicate combination of art and science, and any manager who hopes to become successful must be aware of this fact. This balance is examined in this quintessential guide to making your projects run smoothly and successfully. This book explains the subtle but critical aspects of project management. It covers such details as how to plan and execute the projects, estimation techniques, build a team, manage relationships with stakeholders, and close communication gaps. The book shows readers how to think through the essentials by breaking down the project into easily organized and tightly-focused sections. By following the key points of this guide, you’ll be able to create an effective, thriving team and achieve your project’s goals.

101 Ways to Finish your Studies

by Seth Godric

Education is the key to success. It will give us the wisdom that we need to become more successful, prosperous and happy in life. Our parents usually tell us to finish school and have a degree in College. Having a degree is very important not just for parents but mostly for us. There are various ways to finish your studies. It’s not easy to study, you have to put all your efforts to have better grades and best performance in school.

101 Ways to Finish your Studies will guide you in your daily activities in school. Before you start the class, during your class and after your class. You need a laser-sharp focus so that you can be sure to pass all your subjects while having your extracurricular activities. In this book you will learn some of the ideas below and much more in this book:
-Having a Clear Goal
-Using Mnemonics
-How to keep motivated
-Continuous learning
-Taking care of yourself
-Knowing your teachers
-Having a scholarship

You will surely enjoy reading the 101 ways or tips for you to finish your chosen degree. This book is a sure guide for every student to achieve success in their graduation day.

The Language of Design

by Samuel Mwituria Maina

This book provides useful insights about concepts, theory and history of art and design in their various kinds of manifestations. The book suggests how the above qualities affect practice and appreciation of products of art, design and architecture. It also mentions how designers organize and apply works of art. It is in the realm of organization that aesthetic products can take justifiable credit for their trends towards modernity. Of course they still leave much room for further improvements. That is why this book endeavours to summarize historical and contemporary trends of art and design.

Artists, designers, architects and students of these areas will find this book handy and informative .The concepts and facts in this book will help them understand the qualities of good design. Topics in the book are designed for courses in colleges, universities and schools of art. Also incorporated in this book are topics for a general reader. I had consulted widely before selecting these topics. Indeed in response to recommendation by interested parties, i have also included some indigenous arts.

Bilingual English/French Parallel Texts: When One Loves His Art / Quand On Aime Son Art: Dual Language Anglais:Français (O. Henry)

by Oliver Henry (William Sydney Porter)

Bilingual Parallel Text English:French
When One Loves His Art (A Service of Love) / Quand On Aime Son Art (Un Service d’Amour)

WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF YOUR LIFE?: What do you think? (logical series Book 1)


How can you be successful in a temporary situation such as the world will be swallowed up by the sun in about 5 billion years, your death will come sooner, the universe will lose all it’s energy and die one day, so what is success? Become a muslim and go to paradise.

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