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How To Talk On The Telephone

When using your telephone, hold the receiver close to your ear. The receiver is the end with the cord. Talk directly into the mouthpiece. Speak in a natural, clear voice. You do not have to shout. Speak as though the other person were in the same room.

3-D TV?

Here’s how you’d watch 3-D TV, using mechanical viewer with home receiver of conventional design. Two persons may use the twin-unit viewer at once.

It may be quite awhile before we get it – but experiments in stereo television are already under way.

Telephones Of Tomorrow

In the vintage informational ad by Bell Telephone System, Chip Martin, College Reporter, previews the telephones of tomorrow.

Real Men Don’t Use Menus

I want to know how to use power commands.

In computing, a power command, or, keyboard shortcut, is a sequence or combination of keystrokes on a computer keyboard which invokes commands in software. Most keyboard shortcuts require the user to press a single key or a sequence of keys one after the other. Other keyboard shortcuts require pressing and holding several keys simultaneously.

Our Concealed Third Eye

Oh, yes! Perhaps you’d like to know how I knew all about you! There is one thing that is different about us Lowandos! Our concealed third eye!

It is … how can I explain … like a built-in radio station! It transmits and receives mental images! See?

Keeping Peace Between Planets

Being firmly convinced that flying saucers from a neighboring planet are visiting us periodically to observe us, I am fearful, not of the saucers themselves, but of the panic reaction if one should attempt to land. I’m sure the mob instinct would be to destroy it at once without attempting to meet and talk with the visitors.

To avert such a breach of interplanetary diplomacy, we should set aside a special area to receive space visitors peacefully.

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An intentionally blank page is a page that is devoid of content, and may be unexpected. Such pages may serve purposes ranging from place-holding to space-filling and content separation. Sometimes, these pages carry a notice such as, “This page is intentionally left blank.”

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Such notices typically appear in printed works, such as legal documents, manuals and exam papers, in which the reader might otherwise suspect that the blank pages are due to a printing error and where missing pages might have serious consequences.

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