Welcome to Monday! How about starting your week with some trivia and a good book?
On this date in 1782 the first American commercial bank opened. It was the Bank of North America.
In 1894 William Kennedy Dickson received a patent on this day for motion picture film.
Some writers born on this date include: Charles Péguy (1873), Oskar Luts (1887), Zora Neale Hurston (1891), Arnold Ridley (1896), Chester Kallman (1921), William Peter Blatty (1928), Danny Steinmann (1942), Michael Roizen (1946), Shobha De (1947), Nicholson Baker (1957), and Tina Anderson (1971).
On this date in 1943 the world lost Nikola Tesla. Tesla was an inventor, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, physicist, and futurist. He was best known for his contributions to the design of the modern alternating current (AC) electric supply system.
Today’s featured title is The Way of the Guerrilla: Achieving Success and Balance as an Entrepreneur in the 21st Century (Guerrilla Marketing) by Jay Conrad Levinson President is available in our store for only $4.95
Disclaimer: Much of the information in this blog is taken directly from Wikipedia. Images have been taken from various sources around the World Wide Web.