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Did You Know? Who invented the coffee sleeves?

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Coffee cup sleeves, also known as coffee sleeves, coffee clutches, coffee cozies, hot cup jackets, paper zarfs, coffee collars, coffee sleeve, and cup holders, are roughly cylindrical sleeves that fit tightly over handle-less paper coffee cups to insulate the drinker’s hands from hot coffee. For more information, you can read the complete article here.

Did You Know? 10 Most Expensive Magazines?

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Magazines have been circulating for quite some time now hence it is no surprise that some collectors items are worth thousands of dollars!

Here is the list of the Top 10 most expensive magazines: https://successstory.com/spendit/most-expensive-magazines

Did You Know? How Tissue Paper was Invented?

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Although paper had been known as a wrapping and padding material in China since the 2nd century BC,[2] the first documented use of toilet paper in human history dates back to the 6th century AD, in early medieval China.[1] In 589 AD the scholar-official Yan Zhitui (531–591) wrote about the use of toilet paper. To know more, please click this link.

Did You Know? The First Christmas Ever Sent?

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The first Christmas card was created and sent in 1843. That is 174 years old! The first Christmas card was created and sent in 1843. A man named John Calcott Horsley printed the first Christmas card for Sir Henry Cole, the friend who had given him the idea.

Sir Henry Cole, a wealthy British businessman, wanted a card he could proudly send to friends and professional acquaintances to wish them a “Merry Christmas.”

The card depicted a typical English family enjoying the holiday, and people performing acts of charity. An important part of Victorian Christmas spirit. A thousand copies of the card were printed and sold for one shilling. This is reportedly the first Christmas card to be produced and sold to the public.

Did You Know? People have been printing since 1447?

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Which means there is, in fact, a very distinct possibility that some of the pieces you see in the museum ARE older than dirt. To know more about cool printing facts, click here.

Did You Know? Top 10 most read magazine in the world!

DId You Know It is amazing how many readers these magazines have! Check out the list in the link! http://www.trendingtopmost.com/worlds-popular-list-top-10/2017-2018-2019-2020-2021/entertainment/most-read-magazines-world-best-selling-famous-newspapers-cheapest-expensive/

Did You Know? Edible Ink on Chips!

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Pringles once combined inkjet printing with food coloring to print trivia questions and answers on their chips?

A Trip Down Memory Lane – Our Old Office !

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13 years, 3 offices and a whole lot more! We are more than thankful for all of you who supported us since DAY ONE.

Amazing times ahead indeed!

Did You Know? Printing During the War?

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Portable printing presses were used on the battlefields during the Civil War? These small, mobile presses allowed soldiers to set up print shops on the battlefield.

Did You Know? Taking down notes are still effecting in studying?

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Students who took notes on laptops performed worse on conceptual questions than students who took notes long hands.

Taking notes on laptops rather than in longhand is increasingly common. Many researchers have suggested that laptop note taking is less effective than longhand note-taking for learning. Prior studies have primarily focused on students’ capacity for multitasking and distraction when using laptops. The present research suggests that even when laptops are used solely to take notes, they may still be impairing learning because their use results in shallower processing. In three studies, we found that students who took notes on laptops performed worse on conceptual questions than students who took notes longhand. We show that whereas taking more notes can be beneficial, laptop note takers’ tendency to transcribe lectures verbatim rather than processing information and reframing it in their own words is detrimental to learning.