Los inicios de la fonografía
History, Music, Cylinder Phonograph, Audio, Sound, Edison Cylinder, Antique, Thomas Edison
The phonograph. Invented in 1877. This was a Edison cylinder phonograph from 1899. Paved the way for other record based musical devices.
The technology that made the modern music business possible came into existence in the New Jersey laboratory where Thomas Alva Edison created the first device to both record sound and play it back. He was awarded U.S. Patent No. 200,521 for his invention—the phonograph—136 years ago on this day 2-19 in 1878.
phonograph - Google Search. Thomas Edison created the phonograph in the year of 1877. It was a way to listen to music with out having to go out.
In 1877 Thomas Edison created his first phonograph. This made communication very quick and much easier. People would be able to get news to each other a lot faster than letters could have been received. It was a great invention that changed the way people communicated.
Gallery: A History Of Data 1877 to 1935 Wikimedia Commons 1877: Thomas Edison invents the phonograph [pictured]. 1878: By an act of Congress, the collection of morbidity data on cholera, smallpox and yellow fever begins. 1895: Belgian lawyers Paul Otlet and Henri La Fontaine begin to collect index cards of information to answer factual questions by mail. By 1934, they had amassed 15.6 million cards.
We have some of these cylinders in our store. "Vintage and Classic Audio"=>
Phonograph- Thomas Edison's cylinder phonograph
antique record player
La tregua de Navidad de 1914
World War, History, German Soldiers, Christmas Truce, Trench, London News, Christmastruce, 1914
24 December 1914 - on the Western Front, an unofficial cessation of hostilities spread through the trenches, later known as the Christmas truce. British newspapers did not ignore the events, though. Depicted below is an illustration that appeared in the “Illustrated London News” on January 9, 1915. #history #europeanhistory #christmastruce1914 #christmastruce #ww1centenary
An illustration from the London News, originally published Jan. 9, 1915, showing the temporary ceasefire in World War I over the Christmas of 1914.
From The Illustrated London News of January 9, 1915: "British and German Soldiers Arm-in-Arm Exchanging Headgear: A Christmas Truce between Opposing Trenches
"In the early months of World War I, on Christmas Eve, men on both sides of the trenches laid down their arms and joined in a spontaneous celebration. Despite orders to continue shooting, the unofficial truce spread across the front lines.
"The Christmas Truce of 1914" > The improbable WWI story of the Christmas-time cease-fires between British and German forces in Flanders and how they led to the sharing of food, fraternization and football in No Man's Land.
A moment of peace: The warring sides stop firing to shake hands and talk during the Christmas truce in 1914 along the western front
An illustration of the 1914 Christmas Truce published on Jan. 9, 1915 in the 'Illustrated London News'.
One hundred years ago, Europe was locked in the bloodiest struggle it had ever known. Yet for a few hours on Christmas Day, 1914, the troops on either side declared a spontaneous truce. Ordinary soldiers came out of their trenches, exchanged souvenirs, and may even have played a game of soccer.
Very cool 100-year-old story here from World War 1. Have you heard of the Christmas Truce of 1914? #ChristmasIsForSharing
Media vida sin Lennon. La sombra de John y el lugar de Paul en la historia.
Music, Lennon Mccartney, Fab, John Paul, Beatles, Sir Paul, People, John Lennon
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John LENNON and Paul McCARTNEY in 1963
John Lennon gazing at Paul McCartney
La “encantadora de números” que hizo el primer software
Computers, Girls, Crush, Ada Lovelace Portrait, Stem, Blog, Teacher, Tech, Science
Six creative ways to inspire girls in science lessons | Teacher Network | The Guardian ▪️ also has resources for engaging demos, lessons, etc for whole class!
It’s #AdaLovelaceDay! Here are ways to honor the computer pioneer by inspiring girls in #STEM ow.ly/TjsLo
Greatest Tech Masterminds of All Times includes Ada Lovelace, the Enchantress of Numbers, was daughter to the famed poet Lord Byron. Working with Babbage, she saw that numbers could represent everything from music to images. She designed algorithms and programs before there were any computers to run them!(Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Ada Lovelace, first computer programmer. Not just the first woman programmer; first programmer period.
Today is Ada Lovelace Day, and it’s an opportunity to raise the awareness of the contribution that extraordinary women have brought to science,....
To mark Ada Lovelace Day, a celebration of women in science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem), find out how much you know about women's scientific achievements and the barriers they face
Ada Lovelace, the Enchantress of Numbers, was daughter to the famed poet Lord Byron. Working with Babbage, she saw that numbers could represent everything from music to images. She designed algorithms and programs before there were any computers to run them!(Hulton Archive/Getty Images) Source: HowStuffWorks "Greatest Tech Masterminds of All Time"
Take a look at this nice infographic put together on Ada Lovelace Day yesterday, which is highlighting 12 of the most significant moments for women in STEM. Is there anyone that you would say is missing from the list?
Hedy Lamarr: la estrella de cine que inventó la tecnología precursora del wifi
Hedy Lamarr, The Star, Es Historia, 10 Secreto Mis Post, Star, Del Wifi, 50 S Movie, Who
Hedy Lamarr : la estrella de cine que inventó la tecnología precursora del wifi / @diarioturing | #girlswhocode
Hedy Lamarr: la estrella de cine que inventó la tecnología precursora del wifi.
Una computadora de 1950 que vuelve a la vida
Oldest Working, Wolverhampton Instrument, Technology, Witches, Old Computers, Working Computer, Early Computer
13 Absurdly Massive Early Computers - Harwell’s 1951 model called The WITCH was short for Wolverhampton Instrument for Teaching Computing.
World's oldest working computer gets fired up | Internet & Media - CNET News 1951 WITCH - "Wolverhampton Instrument for Teaching Computing from Harwell"
WITCH (Wolverhampton Instrument for Teaching Computing from Harwell). Video: Watch the World’s Oldest Digital Computer Get a Reboot.
A historic calculator which was rebuilt after being dismantled and put in storage has been recognised by the Guinness Book of Records as the world's oldest working digital computer. The Harwell Dekatron, at the National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire, first run in 1951.
The WITCH computer - the world's oldest working computer first used in the 50's, reads programs that are punched into strips of tape.
Atomic Energy Authority WITCH which stood for Wolverhampton Instrument for Teaching Computing from Harwell. It was built at AERE Harwell in 1948 and was won by the then Wolverhampton and South Staffordshire Technical College in a national competition in 1957.
The world’s oldest working digital computer. The Harwell Dekatron, at the National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire, first run in 1951.
Two-tonne Witch computer gets a reboot By Mark Ward, Technology correspondent, BBC News
¿El origen de la Coca-Cola en un pueblo de Valencia?
Coca Cola Inventada, Coca Cola Es, Aielo De, Of The, De Malferit
An interesting fact that I found was that instead of a tooth fairy, Spain has a ‘tooth mouse’ called ‘Ratoncito Perez.
LA COCA-COLA inventada a Aielo segons un periodista alemà. Etiqueta de Nuez de Kola Coca
The Spanish Firm that Inspired Coke - SPIEGEL. Aielo de Malferit. Coca Cola
¿Sabrán los ingleses que el origen de su himno es una fístula anal?
Louise Xiv, Costume De, En Costume, King Louis Xiv, Art, File Louis Xiv, Louis Xiv Of France Jpg
The rise of Louis XIV, the Sun King, and his court at Versailles, signaled the dawn of the Classical Baroque era in art, architecture, music, and fashion.
RIGAUD Année : 1701 Sujet : Peinture de Louis XIV en costume de sacre Dimensions : 192cm x 277cm Lieu d'exposition au XVIII° : La
LUIGI XIV RE DI FRANCIA. La sconfitta della Fronda porto alla definitiva disfatta degli ambiziosi progetti dell'aristocrazia francese di influenzare in modo maggiore il re. E portò la Francia verso lo sviluppo del ASSOLUTISMO REGIO, di cui Luigi XIV fu il massimo esponente.
Hyacinthe Rigaud - Louis XIV en costume de sacre (1701)
7 Giugno 1654 Luigi XIV viene incoronato re di Francia
louis the 17th of france | King Louis XIV
Ludvig XIV, Frankrikes kung från 1643
La II Guerra Mundial a través de las refotografías de Sergey Larenkov