Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Today, in history, March 10

On March 10, 1876, Alexander Graham Bell conducted a successful experiment with the telephone. This breakthrough, during which he uttered his famous directive to his assistant, Thomas Watson, is recorded in the March 10 entry of his Lab Notebook.

What do you think AGB would say about the cell phones of today?



2 comments:

♥Trina♥ said...

I JUST KNEW this was going to be the post that said Shawn was here. That would have been neat because my (step)grandson turned 1 today. :)

Oh well...I'll keep checking both blogs.

Shay said...

I think AGB would say..."DEBBIE! Don't you think it's about D*** time you got yourself one of those contraptions?? I think it is!!"

Ha ha...get a cell phone already Mom!

Love you!