Today in Geek History – January 14

Today in Geek History - January 14

Geeky tidbits that we find interesting and hope you will too.

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1832 – Edgar Allan Poe Metzengerstein first published his first short story in the Philadelphia Saturday Courier.
1914 – Henry Ford Begins Assembly Line Production, reducing assembly time from 12½ hours to 93 minutes.
1952 – NBC’s “Today” program debuts on NBC hosted by Dave Garroway.
1973 – Elvis Presley makes TV history when 1½ billion viewers tune in to “Elvis: Aloha from Hawaii.”
1976 – “The Bionic Woman” debuts on ABC.
1990 – “America’s Funniest Home Videos” debuts on ABC.
2008 – Apple announces New MacBook Air notebook

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