Morse Code and Telegraphy Final Draft

Andrew Fredette 12/13/2017 During the 19th century, communication was limited and messages were not transmitted like they are today. The Telegraph was a long-ranged communication system using symbols to convey the message. developed originally in 1794, this was a non-electrical telegraph. A non-electrical telegraph is not like the customary clicking device that looks like a … Continue reading Morse Code and Telegraphy Final Draft

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Morse Code and Telegraphy Draft 4

Andrew Fredette 12/13/2017   During the 19th century, communication was limited and messages were not transmitted like they are today. The Telegraph was a long-ranged communication system using symbols to convey the message. developed originally in 1794, this was a non-electrical telegraph. A non-electrical telegraph is not like the customary clicking device that looks like … Continue reading Morse Code and Telegraphy Draft 4

Morse Code and Telegraphy Draft 3

Andrew Fredette 12/13/2017 During the 19th century, communication was limited and messages were not transmitted like they are today. The Telegraph was a long-ranged communication system using symbols to convey the message. developed originally in 1794, this was a non-electrical telegraph. A non-electrical telegraph is not like the customary clicking device that looks like a … Continue reading Morse Code and Telegraphy Draft 3

Intermolecular Forces: Understanding Our Attraction to Lithography by Gloria Contreras

Writing technologies have come a long way from using sticks in the sand to communicate with one another. Lithography in particular has stood the test of time concerning the development and distribution of both ideas and information. This writing technology has made great advances through the years having kept current with the quick technological advances … Continue reading Intermolecular Forces: Understanding Our Attraction to Lithography by Gloria Contreras

writing with light, how the laser spawned a new way of writing with bright ideas and red intentions by Shenton Wagner

Writing has also been a part of our daily lives. Since the dawn of time, writing has also been expressed through the simple picture of cave drawings. Expressing what it was like back when paper, pens and pencils where barely even a thought in people‚Äôs minds. As time passed and evolution evolved, many people started … Continue reading writing with light, how the laser spawned a new way of writing with bright ideas and red intentions by Shenton Wagner

Radiocarbon Dating and Cave Paintings by Anthony Pulido

Abstract: Analysis on charcoal being used as a writing technology for early premitive humans and the use of radiocarbon dating to determine the age of cave paintings. Chemistry and writing technologies seem to go hand in hand believe it or not. Although this can be a challenging idea to comprehend at first, there is indeed … Continue reading Radiocarbon Dating and Cave Paintings by Anthony Pulido

Using Tattoos as a Writing Technology by Lauren Moran and Hannah Mousseau

Tattooing as a mechanical writing technology displays self communication and expression by turning thoughts and feelings into a form of permanent artwork. A mechanical writing technology is the application principles of a useful machine or product. This being said, tattooing is a mechanical technology because of its use of rotary and/or coiled tattoo machines powered … Continue reading Using Tattoos as a Writing Technology by Lauren Moran and Hannah Mousseau