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2014-02-24 23:04:49

Hagley Museum and Library welcomes Columbia University professor Richard R. John. Wilmington, DE (PRWEB) February 24, 2014 The history of the telegraph and telephone—the world's first two electrical communications networks—contradicts assumptions many hold that government regulation is an impediment to innovation. Hagley Museum and Library welcomes Columbia University professor Richard R. John on Wednesday, April 23, for his Author Talk, “Telegraphs for the 1 Percent, Telephones...

2014-02-24 16:28:11

World's Largest Parenting Video Library Website to be Recognized at Edison Awards Gala LOS ANGELES, Feb. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- KidsintheHouse.com has been named a 2014 Award Finalist in the Media/Visual Communications category by the internationally renowned Edison Awards(TM). Inspired by Thomas Edison's persistence and inventiveness, the Edison Awards recognize innovation, creativity and ingenuity in the global economy. (Photo:...

2013-09-04 08:05:42

In 1909, an Iranian telegraph operator living in the remote desert town of Kerman noticed an unusual movement of the magnetic needle of his telegraph instrument. While other telegraph operators during the late 1800s and early 1900s noticed the phenomenon, the Iranian telegraph operator proposed an earthquake early warning system, as detailed in an article published today by the journal Seismological Research Letters (SRL). Nineteenth century telegraph operators in New Zealand, Switzerland,...

2013-06-03 23:23:40

Digital Technology´s largest European customer will upgrade and migrate DTI ContentPublisher and DTI Advertising to the Cloud Springville, Utah (PRWEB) June 03, 2013 Digital Technology International (DTI) has signed a long-term agreement with Telegraph Media Group (TMG), publishers of The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Telegraph, The Telegraph´s weekly world edition, Telegraph.co.uk, plus other titles to migrate their news and advertising content management to DTI Cloud. TMG will be...

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2010-10-21 17:34:41

Morse code is a form of textual transmission as a series of on-off tones, lights, or clicks that are interpreted by a skilled listener. International Morse Code encodes the Roman alphabet, Arabic numerals, and a small set of punctuation as standardized sequences of short and long "dots" and "dashes". Since many non-English languages have more than 26 letters there are extensions to the Morse alphabet. The speed of Morse code is measure in WPM. A dot is one "on" element followed by an off...

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Word of the Day
  • The navel or umbilicus.
  • In Greek archaeology: A central boss, as on a shield, a bowl, etc.
  • A sacred stone in the temple of Apollo at Delphi, believed by the Greeks to mark the 'navel' or exact center-point of the earth.
'Omphalos' comes from the ancient Greek.