Oldest Sound Recording Resurrected from Paper is a short Reuters video about how a scientist digitized a picture of “record” that appeared in a 1890 German magazine and was able to play what was recorded on it. I’m adding it to The Best Sites For Learning About The History Of Technology: (if you’re reading this post on an RSS Readers you may have to click through to see it)
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Who is playing that nice tune once this blog loads?
That was a video from the new web tool Mural.ly that I posted about yesterday. I didn’t realize it went on automatically. I’ve removed the embed video now and have just linked to it.