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    country that was developing a telegraph, there were others that were attempting one, not because of a war or reasons of that general denomination, but for the sake of communication and consumerism. The British were the first to attempt long range telegraphy

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    Since the beginning of time , humans have created forms of technology to communicate (1)to people . People have created paintings and carving in the time before 30 000 BCE to communicate their stories and lives to others . As people would communicate with others the technology being used would advance over time (2)in society in different forms . From prehistoric paintings and carvings there progressed communication such as cuneiform and hieroglyphics . From there human advancement created the Alphabets

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    Telegraph Dbq

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    The need for communication was never broadly felt until the establishment and the use of telegraphy. Samuel Morse invented the telegraph in the 1830s and it had a huge impact on domestic politics and foreign policy. Now there was another way people could communicate instead of physically carrying letters or even sending messages through word of mouth. The telegraph also made messages much easier to transmit and receive over long distances internationally. The telegraph affected domestic politics

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    American painter and an inventor. After becoming a well known portrait painter, in his middle age he contributed to the invention of a single wire telegraph system. He was a co-developer of the Morse code and helped to develop a commercial use of telegraphy. Samuel Morse was born in Charlestown, Massachusetts, being the first child of pastor Jedidiah Morse who was a geographer and Elisabeth Ann Finley Morse. His father was a great preacher of the calvinist faith and strongly believed in education

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    Over the course of the next two essays, we will address the factors which made the advent of the telegraph in 1876 such a deciding influence on the future prospects of the technology industry as well as the growth of communication itself. We will also observe examples of just a few of the logistical, financial and distributional processes that go into the publication of a magazine designed for controlled circulation. Essay #1

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    Samuel F. B. Morse was one of the greatest inventors of the 19th century; he was the invention of the singled-wire telegraph machine that influenced the Industrial Revolution in America and the Morse code led way to many future innovations. Samuel Morse was not just an inventor; he was also a painter that did works such as The Chapel of the Virgin at Subiaco and The Gallery of the Louvre 1831 – 1833 to portraits of famous politicians such as John Adams. Samuel F. B. Morse was born in Charleston

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    Case Study Of Airtel

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    Chapter 1   INTRODUCTION 1. 1 TOPIC CHOSEN FOR STUDY A Study on Consumer Perception about Airtel Services Customer perception is defined as the way that customer usually view or feel about certain services and products. It can also be related to customer satisfaction which is the expectation of the customer towards the products. Customer satisfaction can be done based on various circumstances that can be linked either to product or services. It is also based on the satisfaction level of

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    Electronic Mass Media

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    ELECTRONIC MASS MEDIA IN TODAY’S SOCIETY MASS MEDIA Mass media refers collectively to all media technologies, including the Internet, television, newspapers, and radio, which are used for mass communications, and to the organizations which control these technologies. Mass media play a significant role in shaping public perceptions on a variety of important issues, both through the information that is dispensed through them, and through the interpretations they place upon this information. The

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    Before the discovery of the telegraph, communication was difficult between long distances. Upon discovery the telegraph, a machine transmitted messages to and from different places. Once the telegraph became popular, the telegraph was used for fast communication . There were two men majorly involved in the creation of the telegraph. The man that created the telegraph created morse code, which was involved in many other future forms of technology. The technology that evolved from the telegraph has

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    “What hath God wrought?” This message, the first of its kind to be sent instantly over a long distance was transmitted back in 1844. While it may seem insignificant, this series of clinks was what started the era of communication. Morse code is a system created by Samuel F. B. Morse that uses dits and dahs sent over an electromagnetic box to relate messages. Throughout its growth, it has aided in many wars and led to new inventions like the radio and telephone. While it’s not used today, it’s important

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