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how_to_use_a_dial_telephone [2018/03/10 08:33]
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 This instruction was necessary - and in two colors. It designates a //dial// telephone rather than the candle-stick, operator-controlled telephone. Lift the receiver, flick the bracket a few times, wait for the operator, then say, clearly, "Union 9 8 2 2 1." Wait. "Hi, Mom!" This instruction was necessary - and in two colors. It designates a //dial// telephone rather than the candle-stick, operator-controlled telephone. Lift the receiver, flick the bracket a few times, wait for the operator, then say, clearly, "Union 9 8 2 2 1." Wait. "Hi, Mom!"
  
-Later, Ma Bell introduced the Touch Tone Phone. The tones made phone phreaking possible. The need to distinguish the phone pad from the dial became necessary.  And now we distinguish between a telephone and cel phone.  The cel phone is just a phone - the unmarked term. But we still dial. We have people on speed dial.+Later, Ma Bell introduced the Touch Tone Phone. The tones made phone phreaking possible. The need to distinguish the phone pad from the dial became necessary.  And now we distinguish between a telephone, land line, smart phone, mobie (UK) and cel phone. The smart phone is just a phone - the unmarked term. But we still dial. We have people on speed dial.
  
-The dial interface is a body memory. The colonial prefixes - Union, Columbus, Hastings, Snelling, Marquette - rote learning from kindergarten. When all of Minneapolis was pink.+The dial interface is a body memory. The colonial prefixes - Union, Columbus, Hastings, Snelling, Marquette - is old rote learning from kindergarten. 
  
 > All dials work the same way. > All dials work the same way.
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