Alexander Graham Bell

Alexander Graham Bell has been mentioned or cited more than a hundred times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'All About My Birthday' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Alexander Graham Bell was highly popular in March, 2017.

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Highlights from the Second Life Destination Guide 02/17/2017

[...] from its birth up to present day. Come and see the first ever phone that was created by Alexander Graham Bell, and 50 more telephone models of the past century. Play the memory and trivia phone games [...]

New York’s tech community sends letter condemning Trump’s decisions

[...] the United States.” Julie Samuels, Tech:NYC executive director told TechCrunch; Alexander Graham Bell came to this country to start AT&T, like Sergey Brin and Google. In New York, [...]

How do the USA’s Slow Internet Speeds Impact Big Data Implementation

[...] coaxial copper cables that have connected our phones to the network since the time of Alexander Graham Bell. These cables have many ‘bottlenecks’ that slow data flow down. Although data easily [...]


Overview of the November 2016 Issue of Tomorrow's World

[...] with Christ returning in 1975. Winston Gosse has a little article exploiting the memory of Alexander Graham Bell. Richard Ames has an article giving advice on having a happy marriage. The Q and A [...]

It’s Good To Talk

It’s Good To Talk

[...] line (relying on taut wires and speaking diaphragms) rather than the electric system that Alexander Graham Bell had patented and pioneered, as this was not yet entirely reliable or cost-effective. The [...]

Walter Massie, a Remarkable Wireless Radio Pioneer

[...] play a profound role in our story. Telegraphy was invented by Samuel F. B. Morse. Alexander Graham Bell followed with the telephone in the 1870’s. The communications age took a dramatic [...]

Innovations are rarely (if ever) the product of a single individual

[...] , Public Domain) Finally, we can innovate by making incremental improvements, such as Alexander Graham Bell and Elisha Gray, who both built on and recombined multiple scientific advances to invent [...]

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