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November 2017

The Swiss Army Knife was not the first multi-use pocket knife. In 1851, Melville references a "Sheffield contrivances, assuming the exterior—though a little swelled—of a common pocket knife; but containing, not only blades of various sizes, but also screw-drivers, cork-screws, tweezers, awls, pens, rulers, a nail-filer,

Navigation systems have become almost second nature in our lives. They are practically standard on all new vehicles, and with most of the world's population having a miniature super-computer (read: Smartphone) in their pocket, there is almost limitless opportunity to be assisted with directions.The whole use

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