The history of technology and technology throughout history; human innovation from the first stone tool to the iPhone and beyond.
Lawrence Edward Larry Page
Larry Page was born in 1973 in a Jewish family in East Lansing, Michigan, USA. His father, Carl Vinson Page, a Michigan State University computer professor with a Ph.D. in computer science, and his mother, Gloria Page Also a computer professor at Michigan State University (MSU) and a Jewish.
Steven Paul Jobs
Jobs' biological father, Abdel Fattah John Chandry, was a Syrian-born immigrant who believed in Islam and his mother was a housewife. Grandfather was a self-made millionaire. Abdul Fattah Chandry studied at the American University of Beirut in Lebanon and then at the University of Wisconsin for a PhD in International Politics. He met Jobs' biological mother, Joanna Siebel, while working as a teaching assistant in a class. Joanna was born on a farm in Wisconsin into a Catholic family. Abdul Fattah Chandry wanted to marry Joanna Sieber, but Abdul Fattah Chandry was a Muslim, and Joanna's father was adamantly against the marriage. Unable to get married, Joanna finally had to go to San Francisco, California to give birth to Jobs, and through a midwifery doctor arranged to be brought up by Jobs' later adoptive father Paul Jobs and adoptive mother Clara Hargopian.
History textbooks are still a primary source
High school history teachers across the country are slowly realizing that their textbooks are outdated. That is, they've recently digested the latest research on primary sources in history and are frantically rewriting their curriculum materials. This is great news for students — thanks to more authentic primary sources, they'll be better prepared to understand our modern past and the context of current events.
How accurate are history books?
History is the study of the past. It's something that we have been doing for years. All around us we are surrounded by artifacts from different times and places, from different people. This is what we have to build our history to prove that certain things happened. Are history books accurate?
Ray Mirra Conferences in Philadelphia
Ray Mirra was born in Philadelphia as Leonard Mirra. His father was a businessman and also served as an owner of a huge industrial complex. Ray had two brothers and one sister. He went to school at prestigious schools like The Friends School of Philadelphia, Wharton School of Business and Rivenhale Academy. He graduated with bachelor's degrees in Economics & International Studies and Mathematics while continuing his education to the University of Pennsylvania where he enrolled at Wharton School of Business. Having finished his studies, he became a successful businessman who owned several businesses that were located around the USA and Europe.
Why is a controlled atmosphere system replacing the electrical stunning poultry slaughter method?
Slaughter is the first phase of poultry processing and debatably the most challenging and complex. It involves killing living animals and ensuring they are effectively fed into a system without getting themselves stressed or the staff dealing with them. Poultry slaughter practices have consequences for meat quality, effectiveness, and an invisible element: our relations as humans with the creatures we utilize for meat. Therefore, an alternative poultry slaughter practice is getting great attention in the United States of America. Almost every industrial level poultry slaughter equipment stuns poultry birds to begin their slaughter. This is because nearly every poultry slaughter equipment manufacturer has designed that equipment to kill them by stunning them. Electrical stunning, generally through a water bath, is the standard poultry slaughtering practice in the United States of America due to its speedy throughput and comparatively low cost, both operational and capital.
Tweet: are history teachers historians?
Are history teachers historians? Should they be? They're trained to teach history after all, and we've been taught in it as a subject since childhood. But are history teachers historians? This is the question that prompted this article. Although there might be no definitive answer, I'll discuss why many people believe they aren't, and how that affects their teaching.
Inside the California Railroad Museum
The California Railroad Museum is located in the old city of Sacramento, the capital of California, USA. From a distance, it looks like an inconspicuous red brick building, but after entering it, it is unique.
The Mountain of Atreyu
There weren't always dragons in the Valley. Grandmother told the stories of the time before, when our people were at peace. The Mountain of Atreyu had been prosperous. In the hills, we mined for treasurers, and in the Valley sat our village. The roads had been lined with shops, selling jewelry made from the gold, a gift from the steadfast mountain. The Aeetes River flowed, carrying with it ships meant for far away places, with the gold stored safely in their hulls.
A Need A Hero
A lesbian love story, about a princess locked in a tower, and a charming knight, comes to save her. Happy pride month. There weren't always dragons in the Valley. It use to be nice. There were flowers growing every which way, trees filled the lands, and children even played in the valleys, laughing and telling stories. But all this was now a distance blur from the past.
The Evolution Of E-Learning Websites And Platforms
Originally published at Shakuro.com “I’ll just google that quickly” — Google, the largest search engine, is already part of everyday life for many. If we only think about our own behavior, then we notice that Google, Facebook, and Wikipedia have changed the way we communicate and get information. It is noticeable that our way of learning has also changed. E-learning (electronic learning) is the keyword. But what is behind this term?
Common Mistakes Made by Contractors
It’s not exactly everyone’s cup of tea to run a construction business and many who do take up the task also fail because of the mistakes they end up making in the process which could have been otherwise avoided. It is important for contractors to be aware of all these mistakes so that they can avoid them more easily. This especially applies to mistakes that can have long-term harmful consequences and can be a source of problems in running the business effectively and avoiding losses in the business.