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Everyday Inventions Hardcover – 1 Jul 1976.
Presents the history of thirty-three inventions such as the zipper, typewriter, and barbed wire that have had great impact on the world. Mass Market Paperback Paperback Hardcover Mass Market Paperback Paperback Hardcover.
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Looks at the backgrounds and persistent endeavors of the men who invented or perfected elevators, typewriters, safety razors and thirty other items, now considered commonplace show more.
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She was born and raised in Adelaide, Australia. Hooper graduated in history from the University of Adelaide, then studied imperial history at Oxford. She is a member of Association of British Science Writers, Royal Institution and the British Society for the History of Science. In 2000, the National Science Foundation and the Congress of the United States awarded Hooper the Antarctica Service Medal
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Top 10 Everyday Inventions. This is a list of the inventions of some of the many objects we use in our every day lives. Prior to the invention of the safety razor, most men used a straight razor – a bare blade that takes skill to use. In the late 18th century, Jean-Jacques Perret, inspired by a joiner’s plane, invented the first safety razor. Perret was an expert on the subject and he even wrote a book on in it: Pogonotomy or the Art of Learning to Shave Oneself. From the 1820’s onward, a variety of companies began manufacturing their own style of safety razor (though many of these would not be considered a safety razor by today’s standards).