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TITLE: 612 "The SMART-DAAF BOYS"™: - (214p) - The Wireless Patents / (Revised - 2003). It's Been Contextualized - See TVI-680.
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630 "The SMART-DAAF BOYS"™ Vol 02 - 475p) - All-In-One" Radio/TV Dictionary.
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640 "The SMART-DAAF BOYS"™ Vol 01 - (529p) - Inventors of Radio& The Life Style of NBStubblefield.
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644 - TVI Book of Month: - (72 p.) - "1939" - Sam Donaldson.
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ISBN: 1-883644-80-1; BK0680
Disappointments Are Great!
(Follow The Money - Who's Who)

. . . Chancy Cab was an incredibly talented 13-year-old computer prodigy who still lives close to his MOTHER in a small, city. He is shy and is very sensitive about being referred to as a computer Nerd with a photographic brain, who steals everything he sees and hears.
•-•-- Chancy doesn't say much about the teachings of the free enterprise system. He clicks anything on the browser that refers to the word "music", "look", "smart", "bobblehead", and "disappointment" -- and hums to the tune he's down loading -- as his way of saying thanks for the memory. start

01. Chancy's favorite fictional character is Goodtime Charley,
the Bogart-like character on D-Diaries, says that --

"a disappointment festers around every corner of every boulevard, of every burg, of every zip code, of every domain name, of every nation, on every spinning orb in the solar system."

Wanting the best for her son,
Chancy's sweet-natured mother moved the family close to Hollywood, so Chancy could study with a master to enhance his photographic mind and take lessons to retain photos, video, music and text. Of course, he took and reassembled from what his photogenic mind acquired from his teachers and dyslexic master, then dissembled the information onto small pieces of printable scholarly works. * But this new world of arts & sciences was unlike anything Chancy had known. As he struggles to master the secrets of immersing his Hollywood magic into the computer world, he's forced to cope with his demanding teachers, discovers true friendship, falls in love for the first time and learns how painful love can be. Each disappointment seems to have aroused Chancy's self-esteem and his lust for material things, the best wireless phone and a Sony DVCam to create "video/audio packets". With everyone telling him what they want for him, Chancy has to figure out what he wants for himself.
•-•--Five years later, with his fickle finger still on the mouse, we find Chancy as the right hand man to the boss of a major optic cable company. The rest is history. Chancy creates the "packet-switching" technology that breeds packets of audio/video and data information stored on the computer as a photograph, that in turn scatters the information into small photo packets, to be independently transmitted and reassembled at their destination.

"In simple English", says Dr. Chancy,
as he is now sometimes referred to, "my packets organize video transmissions faster than electromagnetic waves," and predicts that voice communications will shift over time from circuit-switched technology to packet-switched infrastructure.
•-•--But, for the rest of his young life, Chancy is inescapably doomed. The contents of his four worlds will be seamlessly blended by his critics, which will make you feel as though you've read simultaneously his private diaries, his intimate journals as to his inventions, memos on his business dealings, and a well researched primer on his prejudices. His world is vexed.
•-•--Goodtime's advice for Chancy is, "counter your critics with these simply words. "In all do respects for your many victims, I will not permit myself to answer your insinuations and accusations . . ."

ISBN: 1-883644-01-1; BK0640

Order#: BK0640

Price: $69.00

TITLE: Smart-Daaf Boys, The Inventors of Radio & The Life of Nathan B. Stubblefield

  • SERIES: Radio & Television History
  • AUTHOR: Cory-Stubblefield, Troy
  • PHOTOGRAPHER: DeLorean, Dino; Wilcox, Tim; Hageman, Erica
  • ILLUSTRATOR: Cory-Stubblefield, Troy
  • EDITOR: Wilcox, Glen; Dr. Hortin, L.J.; Harris, Chris; Cory, Josie; Stubblefield, Alden; Sova, Mark
  • TRANSLATOR:
  • SUBJECT: Nathan B. Stubblefield, Radio Inventor and SMART DAAF BOYS, (Stubblefield, Marconi, A. Fleming, R. Fessenden, Tesla; De Forest, Alexanderson, Armstrong, Farnsworth); History of Radio, Broadcasting, and Television
  • EDITION: Library Edition
  • VOLUME: One
  • PAGES: 529
  • DISCOUNT: 20%
  • PUBLISHER: Television International Publishing
  • BINDING: HC
  • LISTPRICE: 89.00
  • PUBDATE: 930401
  • DISTRIBUTOR: TVI Publishing House
  • AUTHOR: Cory-Stubblefield, Troy
  • DESCRIPTION: "The SMART-DAAF Boys", is about the inventors of radio; and especially - Nathan B. Stubblefield, the first to discover how to broadcast a voice to the general public &endash; without wires, in fact &endash; what Stubblefield did for radio signals, Philo Farnsworth did for radio/television signals, they both invented the way to put the pizzazz in the electromagnetic wave, the human voice and image.

"THE SMART-DAAF BOYS" also gives you a sense of the flow and flux of Murray, Kentucky, and soundness of its isolation, lassitude and entrapment. The story is written by members of the Stubblefield family, college professors, news correspondents, radio announcers and the secretaries for the attorney, it neither evades nor inflates. There's real shrewdness and compassion in the world's depiction of Stubblefield&emdash;but also a curious, lyrical sense of romance, intrigue and mystery.

Respectfully Submitted
Josie Cory
Publisher/Editor TVI Magazine
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