Why does the manual to a 1989 TV almost dedicate a page to the "pin assignment" of the SCART connector?
Would not a telephone call (from the late 1950s) auto-disconnect if one of the parties "closes the handle"?
Is it dangerous for a child (or anyone) to bang away with a hammer and unscrew an old clothes washing machine?
What were the technical reasons for type bar designs being more common than type wheels for manual typewriters?
How is it possible that an *undertaker* invented the automatic telephone exchange? And as early as in 1888?
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