History of the United States (book)

I am not going to talk about project Gutenberg, but about a book I am reading these days. The book is History of the United States by Helen Pierson. Thanks to project Gutenberg, I can read books on my old Android phone. I did a  search books about people I always admire like, Benjamin Franklin, Abraham Lincoln and some other great people, but unfortunately there were not a lot of books about them. I can not hide my passion to the Unite States, So, I started reading EPUB version of the History of the United States in words of one syllable book on my phone.

There are several editions of this book, like 2010 paper back edition and the latest edition (up to the day I am writing this post!), but the edition I’m reading now is 1889 edition of the history of the United States.

Now, I’m reading page 33 and I really enjoyed reading these 33 pages. This is a thin book and I suggest you to read it.

The Circle (2017 film)

Last night, Forough and I watched the Circle movie featuring Emma Watson and Tom Hanks through a satellite channel. The movie addressed one of main concerns these days, “privacy“. Forough and I both enjoyed the movie and it made us to think about privacy specially in digital era more. I think Google, Facebook, Apple, Samsung and could become a Circle if they are more evil and more ambitious.

Take care of your privacy in your digital life!

EleComp 2017

Two days ago, Ali, Mehrnoosh and me went to Elecomp 2017. Like previous years, mobile operators and ISPs invested a lot. I heard that it costs a lot for hardware manufacturers to participate in Elecomp exhibition. Also, I heard that next year elecomp and telecom will be merged in 1 exhibition with probably new name.

I am so happy to see few more hardware companies at EleComp 2017.

Here are few pictures of this year elecomp.

July 4th 2017

Well, I just know that today is Forth of July. But I do not know what to write on this blog post.

It’s couple months that I had some researches and few discussions about the United States. After all of those, I just figured it out that (almost) the strongest part of the United States that made it the United States of America is it’s constitution. Thing that is owed to Thomas Jefferson, John AdamsGeorge Washington, Benjamin Franklin, John Hancock and others. The latest thing I’ve read (actually I’ve listened because it was an audio book from LibriVox ) about the U.S. was A Short History of the United States  by Edward Channing .

God bless the United States and it’s constitution.