Good Year Books, 1999 - 96 pagine
Who can imagine a life without newspapers, television, or telephones? Communication traces the evolution of communication from smoke signals to computers, showing how achievements in communication have affected and changes the lives of people everywhere.
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Chapter 2Newspapers Books and Magazines 9
Chapter 3 The Mail Service 17
Chapter 4The Telegraph and the Telephone 25
Chapter 5 Photography 3 3
Chapter 6Radio 41
o Compare Radio Then and Now 47
Chapter 7Motion Pictures 49
Chapter 8Recording Devices 57
Chapter 10Computers 73
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