• Quality Answering Service Provides Morse Code Resources

    There have been countless important inventions over the last several centuries that have changed the way people live their lives in a positive way. The light bulb, the television, the computer,...

  • Answering Natures Plea: Endangered Animals

    Over the last few decades, threats to animal species have raised more and more awareness among the public. Animal endangerment and extinction are extremely serious issues that are usually...

  • The History of Semaphore Telegraph Lines

    A semaphore line can go by a myriad of other names such as a semaphore telegraph, a shutter telegraph chain, an optical telegraph, a Napoleonic telegraph or a Chappe telegraph.

  • The First Call Ever Made: Alexander Graham Bell

    Born on March 3, 1847 in Edinburgh, Scotland, Alexander Graham Bell is known for holding the first United States patent for the telephone. Though Bell will always be associated with the...

  • Deadly Calls: How Answering Your Phone Can Cost You Your Life

    When we hear about someone being injured or even killed as a result of drunk driving, the reaction is usually somewhere between sadness (for the deceased or injured) and disgust (for the...

  • A Call to Stop Bullying

    Starting a new year at school can be a lot of fun: there are new friends and teachers to look forward to, old friends to meet up with, and a whole new experience to enter. Sadly, all of this can...

  • Answering Questions using Bloom's Taxonomy of Learning Domains

    An educational psychologist who made extensive contributions to educational theory and pedagogy, Benjamin Samuel Bloom harnessed the positive aspects of the educational system from...

  • Famous Documents Throughout History

    Thousands of documents throughout time have shaped the course of history. The US and other countries have put into words their ideals, their intents and laws that have determined the lifestyle...

  • Winston Churchill's Finest Hour

    Winston Churchill was born November 30, 1874. He was appointed Prime Minister of Britain on May 10, 1940 during the start of World War II, at the age of 66. Many believed that Britain would not...

  • Language Arts and Reading Research

    Over the last 40 years, research in the field of reading has led to a greater understanding in how children learn to read and write. This has led to changes in academic institutions to implement...