September 7, 2023
Communicating with people, other than in person, has come a long way. Earlier forms of communication included scratching pictures on rocks and trees for others to read, body language, smoke signals, shooting of firearms and tapping on something. Code languages were used especially during war. Horse back message deliverers were counted on. Then came the telegraph system for faster delivery. The mailing system used the Pony Express and later the railroads to carry mail faster.
Radio and television opened doors of communicating. News and weather reports were delivered to the house as well...