Printer
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Printer

Today’s printer is a distant cousin to the printing press. A printing press applies pressure to an inked surface resting on a print medium like paper, thereby transferring the ink. Developed by goldsmith Johannes Gutenberg in 1439, the printing press was one of the most influential developments of the second millennium because it began the...

Redwood Forest
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Redwood Forest

Redwood National Forest is not listed as one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, but I believe that it is more wonderful than any man-made monuments. The redwood is the common name for a tree in the genus Sequoia in the Cypress family, Cupressaceae. Its scientific name is Sequoia sempervirens (sempervirens means “ever-living,...

Milk Duds
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Milk Duds

Milk Duds. So, I love Mild Duds! Allow me to sing their praise: 1) they are all goodness in my mouth. 2) They are long-lasting. 3) They require an effort to consume (and I do love a challenge). 4) As they melt or the longer you chew them, the easier they are to eat. 5)...

Cell Phone Charger
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Cell Phone Charger

A cell phone is a device that connects one person to another. Cell phones run on power. Because cell phones are portable, they run on power that is stored in a battery. Battery storage amounts depend on the capacity of the battery to store power. Power is supplied to the battery via a cord and...