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A Brief History From 1993 to 2001, The Best College Football Player ESPY Award was presented annually to the collegiate American football player adjudged to be the best in the United States in a given calendar year.   Running back Gerard Garrison Hearst (born 1971), playing for the University of Georgia, was the first winner of this historic award.  History, including the history of college football, is one of the most interesting subjects students study.  Human history spans back thousands of years. Due to this fact, there is a huge range of eras and subjects to choose from. Trying to narrow down a particular subject and topic can be…

A Brief History On January 10, 1929, a house car, a type of recreational vehicle, named Harriet was present at the Tin Can Tourists convention in Arcadia, Florida.  By the 1920s, the recreational vehicle, often abbreviated as RV, was well established in the United States of America, with RV camping clubs established across the country.  The term “RV” is thus relatively new.  It has been only in the past 50 to 60 years that people began referring to campers and travel trailers as RVs.  Let us see what else you might not know about recreational vehicles, RVing and the people…

A Brief History In 2012, a report by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development showed that Spanish children spend 6.4 hours a week on homework.  Doing homework is something common for all students from America to Europe; however, in some cases, homework and assignments start piling up. In such situations, most students wish they could get some help to write, solve problems, etc. Some technical subjects like algebra, chemistry, and mathematics are particularly difficult and demanding. You really will need expert assistance to do the homework for these courses! Digging Deeper: The Best Conditions Are Waiting for You! We…

A Brief History Around the year 1495, Italian polymath Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci (1452–1519) designed and possibly constructed a humanoid automaton known as Leonardo’s robot, or Leonardo’s mechanical knight.  During the 500 years that followed da Vinci’s efforts, many other inventors have also worked to create robots, with such notable examples as 1985’s R.O.B. (Robotic Operating Buddy), a toy robot accessory for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES).  More recently, Travelmate Robotics, a company based in the U.S., has uniquely created the world’s first robot assistant and self moving suitcase. Their patented technology allows their robots to follow you…

A Brief History In 1638, the Great Council of Venice established the first known European gambling house, the Ridotto, which was not called a casino although it meets the modern definition.  The casino industry is now one of the most lucrative sectors in the world, and generates revenues of over $45 billion each year. By 2024, it is expected to bring in a staggering $94.4 billion. This impressive growth has come about thanks to the internet and the rise of online casinos. Gambling houses existed for an incredibly long time before this spike in the modern era, though, and games of…

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