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September 7, 1927. “That’s it, folks. We’ve done it! There you have electronic television!” And with that statement, the 21 year-old self-taught inventor Philo T. Farnsworth, the “Father of Television,” excitedly announced to a small group of scientists his breakthrough in electronics. 495 more words
Dave Sikula, center of controversy.
Ever since I was a wee small child, I wanted to direct a controversial show.
I don’t mean just a show that some people might like and others would feel non-committal about. 971 more words
A terrific new book about 1927, an amazing year. Seattle even riots politely. And a way-cool flash mob orchestra
Some years are memorable for one or two major events. Other years, like 1927, had so much stuff in them that they could make up a fantastic book. 542 more words