‘Events That Shaped Our Society’


The changes on how we communicate (person to person) in the last centuries.


Verbal communication

1876-1877 | Telephone was invented

1900 | Large cities in the US were connected via telephone

1973 | First Motorola 2.5lb handheld cellular phone was available for US$4,000

1992 | First Smartphone by IBM

2004 | 90% of US household have a landline phone

2007 | First iPhone by Apple was available for US$500

2020 | 40% of US household have a landline phone

2020 | 96% of Americans use a cell phone


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This series aims to visit chapters of our collective history.

As we navigate our lives at the speed of light, one may ponder about the efficacy of history as man’s supreme teacher.

With all the new pieces added to the game of life in the last decade(s); can we still trust the mechanics of past events to give the same results as we experienced in earlier days of our civilization?



‘Events That Shaped Our Society’




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