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The Inventor of General Tso's Chicken Dies at 98

Lovers of the classic Chinese-American General Tso’s chicken have cause to lament.

Chef Peng Chang-kuei, creator of the popular fried chicken dish served in a sticky sweet and sour sauce, died on Tuesday, the… 300 more words

Retail

Heroes and Heroines

As J gets older, she loves to find out more and more about real people and the things that they have done. I think it is due, in part, to the fact that as kids get older, they truly become more aware about the world around them and learning about people who have made a difference can help shape who they become. 436 more words

Non-fiction

At Home

For the next few blog posts, I’m going to do something a little different from the usual. I plan to walk through Chekhov’s story “ 429 more words

Literature

Showdown

The Last Days of Night by Graham Moore is a wonderful historical fiction based on events which occurred in the late eighteen hundreds.

In this story, we find Thomas Edison at war with George Westinghouse over who has patent rights on light bulbs.  133 more words

Technophobia

Do you ever think of what the future machines are going to look like? What if they’re capable of talking to us, like a friend or a family member? 237 more words

Electrical Ideas

Extra Links and Videos!

Video Showing the Rapid Development of Science and Technology

Magazine Published in the 1930’s

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mechanical_television

Inventors of the 19th Century

Graph on Immigration to the United States… 79 more words

Inventors

Patent roll call, fall 2016

Filing for a patent on a research discovery is more than just a way to protect the intellectual property behind it. Patents are often a crucial step toward moving breakthroughs beyond the lab and into the market, where they can benefit society. 496 more words

Breakthroughs