National Technology Day!

A day to celebrate that very used invention of all technological devices and the mere use of tech. . .

Happy Technology Day ! !

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A Brief History:
Origination: National Technology Day was implemented as a day to honor the invention of the all technology, with a day honors technological achievements that impact our daily lives. Wow! What a world we live in. We cannot take for granted any of the devices we use on a daily basis this technological world we have grown accustomed to living in. Industry is dependent on use of technology, in industries like agriculture, cameras, healthcare, education, entertainment, foodservice, photography, radio, security, video, weather and more. .

Inventions Are The Core of Technology: All the way from the alarm clock, to the latest inventions like satellite radio and Wi-Fi, we have come a long way on the technology age. A lot of inventions, but the past century has shifted from a mechanical, industrial style age, to a way more technological age. Even industry has gone widely technological these days!

The Early Days of the Technology: Inventors worldwide have been notorious for hiding their inventions until a patent is issued, because of the property rights involved. No one wants to do all that work to have someone come by, steal it and undermine their whole process of invention. Technology is yet another example of invented gadget. . .

More Modern Implementation of Technology: The past fifty years have gone from basic technological to extremely complex inventions of technology. Just like the mid-1900’s turned from discoveries to inventions, the  more modern era of tech has really gone into the basic micro-chip. We certainly could not do without this invention these days. Technology and modern living are based on and revolve around technology. 

Why The Day? There is no known reason why the day is not May 11th (the day that anniversary of the Pokhran-II tests. The day is observed to mark the successful nuclear tests in Pokhran), but today, National Technology Day, which is celebrated on January 6th, recognizes how technology changes the world and looks to the future of technology.

A Few Facts:
I am sharing a few facts, and more, some trivia, some not trivial. . .

Important Technology Related Inventors and Their Major Inventions:

  • Alarm Clock – Levi HutchinsDate circa. 1787  #Tech
  • Camera – Nicéphore Niépce – Date circa. 1816   #Tech
  • Modern Photograph – Nicéphore Niépce – Date circa. 1827   #Tech
  • Computer – Charles Babbage – Date circa. between 1833 and 1871  #Computer #Tech
  • Camera Lens – Charles Chevalier – Date circa. 1839   #Tech
  • Solar Cell – Edmond Becquerel – Date circa. 1839  #Tech
  • Morse Code & the Telegraph – Samuel Morse – Date circa. 1830’s & 1840’s  #Tech
  • Electric Telegraph – Alexander Baine – Date circa. 1843  #Tech
  • First Semiconductor device, Crystal Detector – Karl Ferdinand Braun – Date circa. 1874  #Tech
  • Telephone – Alexander Graham Bell – February 14, 1876  #Tech
  • Mimeograph Machine (Copier) – Thomas Edison – August 8, 1876  #Tech
  • Phonograph – Thomas Edison – Date circa. 1877    #Tech
  • Light Bulb – Thomas Edison – October 14, 1878  #Tech
  • Typewriter – Christopher Latham Sholes – Date circa. 1878  #Tech
  • Non-Magnetic Recorder – Alexander Graham Bell – Date circa. 1886  #Tech
  • First Electric Car – William Morrison – Date circa. 1890-1891  #Tech
  • Radio – Guglielmo Marconi – Date circa. 1890’s  #Radio #Tech
  • Film/CinématographeLumière brothersDate circa. December 1895   #Tech #Video
  • Magnetic Recorder – Valdemar Poulsen – Date circa. 1898  #Tech
  • Video Camera – John Logie Baird – Date circa. 1900 to 1910   #Tech #Video
  • Longer Transmission of Radio WaveReginald A. FessendenDecember 23, 1900  #Tech
  • Airplane – Orville Wright & Wilbur Wright – Date circa. 1903  #Aircraft #Tech
  • First Commercial Radio BroadcastRadio Station KDKA with the results of the Harding-Cox Presidential race – November 2, 1920  #Radio #Tech
  • RocketRobert H. Goddard – March 16, 1926  #Tech
  • TelevisionPhilo Taylor Farnsworth – September 7, 1927  #Television #Tech
  • Pinball MachineBMI Gaming – Date circa. 1931  #Tech
  • Radar – Robert Alexander Watson-Watt – February 26, 1935  #Tech
  • Copy Machine – Chester Carlson – October 22, 1938  #Tech
  • First Mobile Phone Call with 80-pound car telephone – Bell Phone Company – June 17, 1946  #Tech
  • Microwave OvenPercy Spencer/RadarangeDate circa. 1946   #Tech
  • SatelliteSputnik 1, U.S.S.R. – October 4, 1957  #Tech
  • First U.S. Lottery – New Hampshire Sweepstakes, now the New Hampshire Lottery – March 12, 1964  #Tech
  • Telephony Facsimile Machine – Xerox Corporation – Date circa. 1964
  • ATM Teller Machine – Shepherd-Barron – Date circa. 1967  #Tech
  • Video Camera to Video Cassette – JVC Video Home System – Date circa. 1970’s   #Tech #Video
  • Personal Computer (Kenbak-1) – John Blankenbaker/Kenbak Corporation – Date circa. 1970-1971  #Computer #Tech
  • First Email – Ray Tomlinson – Date circa. 1971  #Computer #Tech
  • First Video Game: “Pong” – Atari/Namco – Date circa.November 1972 & November 1973  #Computer #Tech
  • First Cellular Telephone Call – Martin Cooper/Motorola Corporation – April 3, 1973  #Tech
  • Compact Disk – Sony/Phillips – Date circa. Mid-1970’s  #Tech
  • First Gaming for Computer: “Adventure” developed for the PDP-11 minicomputer – Will Crowther – Date circa. 1976  #Computer #Tech
  • The Internet/Transfer Control Protocol/Internetwork Protocol (TCP/IP) – Tim Berners-Lee – January 1, 1983  #Computer #Tech
  • 3D Printer – Charles W. Hull – Date circa. Mid-1980’s  #Tech
  • World Wide Web – Sir Tim Berners-Lee, while working at CERN – Date circa. 1989  #Computer #Tech
  • WiFi – NCR Corporation with AT&T Corporation – Date circa. 1991  #Computer #Tech
  • Satellite Radio – Martine Rothblatt, inventor of the Sirius Satellite Radio (Sirius became SiriusXM in 2008) – Date circa. 2001  #Radio #Tech
  • More. . .

The Services:

  • Telephone Calls
  • Email
  • Video
  • Letter (Snail Mail)
  • Websites
  • Social media
  • Apps
  • More. . .

The Present:
People all over the world, are enjoying use of technology in some way or manner, now a great necessity to make living in a modern era possible!

The Future:
Kudos for All technological inventions and innovations that will go on into the future! I know I am even in the process of going paperless–yet even another example of technology with and without the invention of something.. Specifically the last three decades, most of which are technological inventions these days. Technology keep us in a modern world, now, and in the years to come. . .

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Happy National Technology Day!

3 thoughts on “National Technology Day – 2023

  1. Arthur C. Clarke’s most famous quote, known as Clarke’s Third Law: “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” And how true it is!

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