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May 10, 2012


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John Wilkerson

Morse illustrates how technology was so heavily driven by individuals in the 19th century. It seems that every time a great discovery or design breakthrough was developed or implemented the back story about the person is just as compelling.

We tend to move to more group developed breakthroughs now; but still you can get that lone researcher driven by their own desires to change the world.

Who is not enthralled with the story of Tesla or more modern representations such as the creation of Velcro with George de Mestral’s story of walking his dog or the Segway.


Hard to beat the old black and white for atmospheric content

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