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  Trivia Sunday, November 23, 2014

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Fact of the Day
ENIAC, the first electronic computer, appeared 50 years ago. The original ENIAC was about 80 feet long, weighed 30 tons, had 17,000 tubes.By comparison, a desktop computer today can store a million times more information than an ENIAC, and 50,000 times faster.
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Quote of the Day
"A parrot talks much but flies little."
- Wilbur Wright
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Word of the Day
dissolute
Pronunciation: /DIS uh loot/
adj : shamelessly uninhibited by moral rules of conduct
"The novel depicts the downfall and misery of the dissolute youth."
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What did Dr Howard Carter discover?

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In 1967 futurist Herman Kahn told U.S. News and World Report that by 2000 we would develop, "a method that will let people decide, before they doze off, what they want to dream about."
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 Today In History
November 23, 1936
The first issue of "LIFE" magazine debuted. It was an immediate sellout. The cover of that famous magazine showed an obstetrician slapping a baby and the caption read, "LIFE begins".
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Harpo Marx [b. Adolph, but known as Arthur]
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b: 1888 - 1964

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