Jun 30, 2023
why didn't we have a national anthem until 1929
word of the day
how much do you spend to celebrate the 4th of july?
game: totally 80's trivia
do you have menu anxiety?
feel good story/shotputter saves her team from disqualification
game: what year was it?
do you eat food in a weird way? (like water on your cereal?)
has your favorite junk food ever entered into the healthy food arena?
goodbye/fun facts....national camera day...a day to celebrate the fact that photography, once so complicated it took a scientist to understand, is now part of our everyday lives. The word “photography” is based on two Greek words that, when put together, mean “writing with light.’” It’s a beautiful way of describing what a camera lets us do — tell a story without the use of words. Before the invention of the camera, the only resource to document a vision was a painting. George Eastman, also known as “The Father of Photography,” brought the camera to the masses. in 1888, when he patents the Kodak roll-film camera.... While he did not invent the camera, he did develop many additions improving the use, ease, and production of the camera....and btw...the selfie dates back to 1839 That was when Robert Cornelius set up his camera in the back part of his family store, removed the lens cap, and then ran into the frame to capture his own photograph