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• On March 22, 1765, to raise funds to pay off debts and defend the new American territories won from the French, the British government passes the Stamp Act. It levied a tax on all materials printed in the colonies, from newspapers and pamphlets to playing cards and even dice. • On March 25, 1911, the Triangle Shirtwaist Company factory in New York City burns down, killing 145 workers. Owners had refused to install sprinkler systems and take other safety measures in case they needed to burn down the shop to collect fire insurance, a not uncommon practice at the time. • On March 23, 1937, Craig Breedlove, the first person to reach land speeds of up to 600 mph in a jet-powered vehicle, is born. He designed a three-wheeled, rocket-shaped vehicle powered by a surplus military jet engine and dubbed it the Spirit of America. • On March 27, 1945, Nazi Germany launches its last V-2 long-range rockets, killing 162 civilians in England and Belgium. The V-2 could carry a 2,000-pound warhead and became the precursor of the ICBM of the postwar era. • On March 26, 1953, American medical researcher Dr. Jonas Salk announces that he has successfully tested a vaccine against the virus that causes polio. In 1952 -- an epidemic year for the crippling disease -- there were 58,000 new cases reported in the U.S. • On March 21, 1965, in the name of black voting rights, 3,200 civil-rights demonstrators, led by Martin Luther King Jr., begin a historic 54mile march from Selma, Alabama, to the state capitol at Montgomery. • On March 24, 1989, the worst oil spill in U.S. territory begins when the supertanker Exxon Valdez runs aground on a reef in Alaska's remote Prince William Sound. An estimated 11 million gallons of oil was released and eventually covered 1,300 miles of coastline.

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INVENTING THE DISHWASHER

• Josephine Cochrane was a wealthy woman who lived in Illinois. She gave a lot of dinner parties and was very proud of her china. She collected rare and expensive dishes. However, her servants weren’t particularly careful with the priceless dishes when they washed them after each party. Pieces were broken; pieces were cracked; pieces were chipped. Josephine took to washing the dishes herself by hand while wondering why there wasn’t there a machine that would wash the dishes for her. • She decided to invent one, setting up a workshop in her woodshed. Dishes fit into a rack; the rack fit into a wheel; the wheel fit inside a tub; the wheel turned while hot soapy water squirted up from the bottom of the tub. Shortly after she perfected the design, her husband died. She was left with little money and a lot of debt. She needed to turn her idea into a way to make a living. • She patented her design in 1886 and her wealthy friends immediately starting ordering the Cochrane Dishwasher for their own luxurious kitchens. A Chicago machine firm began to manufacture them while Josephine managed the company and marketed the product. She later said that designing the dishwasher was far easier than marketing it. • The home model did not sell well. Few homes had electricity. Water heaters were rare. Most municiple water systems offered only hard water which did not make soap suds. The price tag of $150 would be equivalent to about $4,500 today. • Housewives often felt that soaking their hardworking hands by washing the dishes in hot soapy water was a relaxing way to end the day. Cochrane changed her sales pitch to point out that water in dishwashing machines was far hotter than human hands could stand and therefore resulted in germfree dishes.


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• The strongest market for the dishwasher lay not in private homes, but in industries. Hotels, restaurants,Dell. boarding houses, and hospitals saw the Answer: advantage of being able to wash, scald, rinse, A VERY LARGE NUMBER and dry up to 20 dozen dishes of all shapes and •sizes Edward Kasner was a mathematician. In 1938 in two minutes. he was asked to come up with a name for a • She gotlarge her big breakthe when she not only exhibvery number: numeral one, followed ited dishwasher theasked Columbian in by her a hundred zeros.atHe his twoExpo young 1892 in Chicago, but also sold her dishwashnephews what name they would suggest. ers to many of Milton the restaurants and other es• Nine-year-old suggested a name tablishments with vast kitchens catering to the out of the funnies. A cartoon strip character large crowds coming to see the Expo. Against named Barney was very popular. Milton chose heavy competition around the world, her Barney’s last namefrom for the number. received the the first •dishwasher Kasner announced new prize namefor for“the the best big mechanical construction for durability and adnumber in his next book, altering the spelling. aptation to a particular line of work.” One of • Sixty years later, Larry Page and Sergey Brin the concessionaires using her product sent her developed a new internet search engine. Other this glowing tribute: “Your machine washed search engines searched each webpage and without dishes eighttimes relays ranked delay them soiled according to left howby many a ofspecific a thousand soldiers each, completing term appeared on them, but Pageeach and designed their search engine to search for lotBrin within 30 minutes.” the specific term andtothen find outthehow many • Cochrane continued improve product, links there were that led back to that page, producing models with revolving washing syswhich resulted in a better search engine. tems, a centrifugal pump, and a hose for drain•ing They needed the a clergy name who that into decided the sink. they She ignored reflected how many websites the search claimed the dishwasher was immoral because engine was searching. They took the name it of denied women the labor to which Godonly had Edward Kasner’s very large number, called them. She itignored thebeing serthey misspelled slightly,the sooutcry it endedofup vants who claimed it would put them out of spelled exactly the same way the cartoon business. company growing, pushed characterThe Barney spelledkept his last name. What’s byit Josephine Cochrane’s energy and ambition called? (Answer at bottom of page) until her death at age 74 inFACTS 1913. COMPUTER • •Late in herBill lifeGates she said, I knew I know In 1981 said,“If “640 kb ofallmemory today wouldforhave had the courage to ought[I]tonever be enough anybody.” •start.” Moore’s Law states that computer performance doubles everywas 18 to 24and months, and ever since • The company sold eventually evolved 1971, has been division true. into thethis Kitchenaid of the Whirlpool dishwashers did notwere become •Corporation. HP, Google,Still, Microsoft, and Apple all started in garages. commonplace in ordinary homes until the 1950s. Answer: Google, from googol.

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