Martin Luther King Jr. Day

January 21st marks Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Please don't forget to care about race on the 364 days that aren’t Martin Luther King Jr. day. A lot of things were legal before people took a stand and refused to accept status quo, let's stand firmly on the right side of history this time. That's... Continue Reading →

Jupiter’s moons

On this day, January 7th, in 1610 Galileo Galilei, an Italian astronomer, physicist and engineer, discovered three of Jupiter’s moons; Io, Europa and Ganymede. Here are some facts about Jupiter and it's moons: Ganymede is the largest of Jupiter's moons. It's larger than the planet Mercury. Calypso is the 2nd largest of Jupiter's moons. It's... Continue Reading →

Golden Gate Bridge

On this day in 1933 construction of the Golden Gate Bridge started in San Francisco, USA. The bridge is one of the most internationally recognized symbols of the city of San Francisco. It's one of the most photographed bridge in the world. This is not surprising considering it's size, beauty and uniqueness. In honour of... Continue Reading →

World Braille Day

World Braille Day commemorates the birth of Louis Braille, a French education who invented a system to read and write for the blind. Louis Braille was blinded has a result of an accident while he was still only a child. While still a student there, he began developing a system of tactile code that could... Continue Reading →

Apple Computer

On this day in 1977 Apple Computer Inc was incorporated. I used to be a die hard Apple customer, that is until Jobs died and they changed their business model to a sales above customer service. What had originally brought me to Apple was the quality of their product and the excellent customer service. As... Continue Reading →

Red Cloud

Today I wanted to talk about the Native American named Red Cloud. He was a great Sioux warrior and a leader of his people during the Red Clouds War. December 10th marks the anniversary of his death. Announcements of his death and recognition of his achievements were printed in major newspapers across the U.S. How... Continue Reading →

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