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You mean Antonio Meucci...
Maybe he does and is hoping we'll catch up with his latest technology. - Speaking to outer space.
i think she's looking at you! ^0^
Seriously, what did people do before cell phones?
So, how many days per week do you talk on a cell phone?VP: Right you are. I wasn't aware that the dispute had been settled. Evidently, Bell has fallen from grace, officially and posthumously. Thanks for setting the record straight!Mo: That's an interesting story in its own right. Our radio and television broadcasts over the recent century are spreading like a bubble in interstellar space. Like ripples on a pond with Earth at the center.arabesque: We'll never know.B Squared: Have a life?Thanks all for commenting.
I was joking... I can't agree more with your answer to B Squared!
Mr. Bell's ears would be ringing at all the ding-a-linging! Who could have predicted: Not cell phones, but the inordinate need to yak all the time on the damn things? The amount of "important" conversations has increased exponentially. Not!
P.S. VP knows everything! He's a walking encyclopedia; a font of knowledge and wisdom!
I can usually live without a cell phone. What I can't live without is the mobile internet!
Good capture and interesting discussion! I'm a bit ambivalent about mobile phones - I have two, but often leave them at home, or only take them with me to use as cameras, stopwatches, alarms, calculators etc.
Hold the line, will you?VP: Many well-known inventors probably weren't alone in forming and testing an idea... My favourite example is Columbus who discovered an inhabited continent. Go figure.Jacob: And the fact that many are worried about health effects hasn't helped limit the enthusiasm.Halcyon: Yep, you're right there.Tinsie: That's a wonderful compromise. Bring the cell phone but don't actually talk on it! ;)Thanks, all.
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