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    The coffee percolator is known as one of the earliest "modern" coffee-brewing tools, that was originally intended for small scale homes that could be heated on a stove or any other hear source (Meister, Erin). This type of coffee pot was very popular before the invention of the automatic drip coffee makers which was around the 1970s (Coffee Percolator Explained). It has been said, according to Erin Meister, that the percolator was and is the beginning for more brewing techniques that have been created whether it be in the past or upcoming years. There are many credited inventors, but the man who patented the modern United States percolator known today is Hanson Goodrich; he patented it on August 16th, 1889 (Coffee Percolator Explained). The invention of the coffee percolator was what led to the advances and creations of modern coffee brewing systems that are known to people today. Like most inventions, there are multiple inventors from around the world that are credited to the creation of the percolator, some of which have patented their inventions. The man who is said to have "patented the first true percolator" according to Erin Meister is Hanson Goodrich. Hanson Goodrich spent his entire life in Illinois; he was born September 22, 1836 in Burnt Prairie, White Co., IL and died January 16, 1908 in McLeansboro, IL (Voss, Veronica). On the 16th of August in 1889 Goodrich patented the modern coffee percolator that is still known today (Coffee Percolator Explained). It is said…

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    My husband and I just decided together that we are going to take the long journey to Oregon. i'm really excited to move to Oregon from Ohio. Also I'll be sad when I have to leave all of the graves of my family, but I'll be happy to start all over. I've been so lonely here in Ohio ever since my mother died, I a, hoping to make new friends along the way. My loneliness is the biggest reason we are leaving. I've been scrambling to gather all of the things we need for the things that we could sell,…

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    Executive summary: The Internet of Things The “Internet of Things” is the way we live and interact with the surrounding things. This has become an over increasingly and ongoing topic of conversation in both workplace areas and the outside of it. Which has more potential impact on the living behavior and also reflects to the work place. But to curious to know what is the exact way in defining of "Internet of things” and what the major impact are is it going to have on you and any organization.…

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    I have it all perfectly timed. After hitting the snooze button on my alarm clock for the second time, I hear the familiar whir of my best friend and begin smelling my first cup of sanity in seconds. The smell is enough to motivate me to get out of bed and head to the kitchen. My personal life-saver, the Keurig one-cup coffeemaker has a fresh, gourmet cup of coffee ready in 30 seconds. Though I am the only coffee drinker in my home, everyone agrees it is the one appliance we all could not live…

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    The SF Museum of Modern Art, Asian Art Museum, Palace of the Legion of Honor, Academy of Sciences, Exploratorium at Pier 15, Chinatown, Fisherman's Wharf and North Beach are all guaranteed to provide tremendous memories. From Pier 39, you can take trips to Alcatraz to learn about the island's fascinating past. La Dolce Vita is a private, romantic, intimate setting just waiting to create memories. Whether you are looking for an adventurous California getaway or a relaxing escape, this…

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    O’Casey’s Boutique Inn is a pleasant find in the historic district. Guest rooms are individually decorated, giving each one a personal touch. Refrigerators and microwaves are provided in the room, along with coffee and tea makers. Best Value Options in San Antonio, Texas Great value hotels come with a reasonable price tag and an extensive range of amenities. With these hotels, you can enjoy a comfortable stay that doesn’t break the bank, but doesn’t leave you with bare-bones hotel features…

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    are made of green plastic. And Mr. Jeavons smells of soap and wears brown shoes that have approximately 60 tiny circular holes in each of them. But I do like murder mystery novels. So I am writing a murder mystery novel” (5). Christopher gets very sidetracked and loses his focus very easily, and when he does this he can miss the big things that are happening around him when he is talking. In a similar way, when Christopher is looking up the the constellation Orion, he starts talking about one…

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    part into a small space-the transistor (Isaacson 2014). 5. The Microchip - The components in a circuit increased, and so did the number of their connectors, and since circuits were created by hand, the connections were difficult to create. - At virtually the same time, Jack Kilby at Texas Instruments discovered manufacturing all a circuits parts from one piece of silicon to create a transistor, and Robert Noyce, the co-founder of Intel, discovered that he could connect multiple transistors…

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    This device is used to control and turn on and off various electronics or programs that may be used everyday. The Echo Dot can read the news, give weather updates, and play music all by hands-free voice commands. Besides these simple tasks, it is also capable of controlling light switches, fans, thermostats, and even garage doors. These types of devices are most common for personal use, but the extensive abilities that the IoT concept can be applied to stretch far beyond just this single…

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    While the fact that coffee sellers aimed their aids at housewives in that manner during that time, represents the social values and status of women in society during that time period, during the 1970’s, things drastically began to change in society. Within this period of time, women were pushing a second large wave of feminism. While women had been granted the right to vote in 1920, this second wave was a push for women in gender relations in power. Women desired to be more represented within…

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