September 10th, 2014
When it comes to running a business, there are a lot of things you have to consider in order to make it successful. Thanks to these steps, you will be able to enhance different aspects of your business, helping it thrive over the years.
Set Up Ergonomic Chairs
After sitting for long hours in a standard chair, employees may not be able […]
January 24th, 2014
Just about everyone has a cell phone these days. We use them to keep in contact with those we love whether it is by talking on the phone, text messaging, sending emails, or using social media. We also use our phones for finding information, keeping track of our schedules, playing games, getting from one place to another with GPS, using […]
January 17th, 2014
After renting out an apartment for the first three years of our marriage, we decided that it was finally time to begin searching for our own home. So began the many days spent with our Realtor to find a home that we loved that was also in our budget. We found many homes that we loved, but there was one […]
December 23rd, 2013
When I decided to open my own property management business, I knew that I would have to deal with a wide range of tenants that would be calling at all times of the night for many different reasons. This is precisely why I decided that I needed to be prepared by hiring a property management answering service that would assist […]
Explorations of Early Technology
The phonograph, invented in 1877, was the first device that allowed its user to both record and playback sounds. Soon after, both the machine and the materials the sounds were recorded on advanced enough for smaller machines to be mass produced and sold for home use. In the over one hundred years since its invention, many technological advancements music players have become smaller and smaller. From record players to cassettes to CDs, and finally to today's MP3 players that can fit in a pocket. And rather than just one disc of music, these players can store and play thousands of songs.
Photograph and Cinematography
In 1822, a French inventor made the first permanent photograph. These early photos were fuzzy, black and white representations that required up to eight hours of exposure time to make, making human subjects almost impossible to shoot. In the almost two hundred years since then, not only has photography become highly portable and digital, it inspired and technologically allowed for the field of cinematography to develop. Today's robust movie industry owes its existence to the discovery that a silver and chalk mixture holds an impression of images when exposed to light.
Fast, distance communication was first made possible with the invention of the telegraph in France in the late 1700s. Proving that advancement cannot happen in a vacuum, the distance these messages could be sent greatly increased with the invention of electricity and the genius of Samuel F. Morse. It is fascinating to think that after just over two hundred years we can now not only speak and send text messages to people across the world, but we can even view them in real time as we speak through video chatting services.