Browsing Category "Miscellaneous"
21 Feb

History of Drunk Driving Laws

December is National Impaired Driving Month. April is National Alcohol Awareness Month. Since the early 1990s, we’ve all become much more aware of the dangers of alcohol and impaired driving. Laws have gotten tougher and driving while impaired is no […]

24 Oct

History of Some Learning Devices

Learning devices have gradually evolved since education came into existence. The devices did not just start where they are today. Before the devices were invented, the education sector faced many challenges in things such as counting. The first counting device […]

28 May

History of Art Conservation and Restoration Business – Key Strategies for Marketing

Now more than ever, any art-themed business needs to maximize its marketing appeal among key demographics. With turbulent economic times, many art owners, galleries and exhibits may decide to delay potential conservation and restoration projects. This means that cultivating a […]

9 Sep

Online Pharmacies – Are They Safe?

For many of us, the Internet has changed the way we live, work, and shop. It has made it possible for us to compare prices and buy medications without leaving our homes. According to estimates from the U.S. Food and […]

30 Jul

History of Steel Buildings

When we talk about steel buildings, we are referring to the types of buildings that are made mostly from steel although they can include other materials as well. Steel buildings are very strong and the ideal type of material for […]

History of the Leaning Tower of Pisa

The famous Leaning Tower of Pisa captures the imagination of everyone who visits it. The structure sits in the Piazza dei Miracoli (Cathedral Square) located in the city of Pisa, Italy. Visitors to the monument who may not know its […]

History of Presidential Executive Orders

An Executive Order is a powerful regulation first used by President George Washington on June 8, 1789. It carries the full force of the law when based on the president’s constitutional power, and Congress passed said order into law. Executive […]

History Of The Titanic

The Titanic is probably the most legendary ship in recent history due to the scale of the project, its reflection of early 20th century injustices, and of course its ultimately tragic fate. The Titanic unfortunately remains famous one of the […]

History of the Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower is one of the most recognizable man-made monuments in the world. Standing 312 meters high to the tip of its flagpole, the figure cuts an imposing view on the Parisian skyline. (Speaking of flags and flagpoles, Star […]

History of Presidential Pardons

The United States President uses a pardon to mitigate or set aside the punishment of a crime committed by someone or an entity convicted of wrongdoing.  Since its inception the pardon has changed considerably from the original definition laid out […]