1913+ Vast Hydroelectric Expansion: California, Colorado River, TVA, Columbia River

 

 

1940's+ Natural Gas Pipelines Supplement Coal and Hydro for Electricity Generation

2000+ Gas Shale Fracking Vastly Increases Electricity Fuel Supply, Solar and Wind Begin Growth

 

1890's+ With Electric Infrastructure for Lighting, Electricity Demand Expands in Homes, Factories, Offices

1890's Electricity Adapted to Manual Home Appliances, Extended to New Electric Appliances

 

1890's Electricity Replaces Steam to Provide Power to Factories, Offices, Construction

Textile and Sewing Machinery, Steel, Glass, Wood Construction Materials for New Skyscrapers

 

New Electric Intensive Industries of Aluminum, Auto Assembly, Electric Arc Steel, Plant Cooling

 

 

1885=1915 City Trolley and Interurban Rail Transport Dominance After Sprague Leaves Edison

 

1903 New York Bans Steam Locomotives, 1905 Electric Subway-Elevated System Opens

 

1900-1915 Chicago, Los Angeles and Other Interurban and City Electric Rail Systems Expand

 

1911-14 Edison Ford Plan for Mass Produced Electric Autos Collapses Due to Fire, Lead Trust, WWI, Cheap Oil

 

 

 

1900+ Electricity Provides Framework and Power for All Recorded Audio and Video Innovations

1877 Edison Phonograph, Carbon Microphone; 1887+ Berliner Gramophone, Tainter Telephone Recording

 

1878+ Edison and Eastman Develop Motion Picture Camera to Capture Moving Pictures

 

1896 Edison Patents Kinetescope Motion Picture Camera, Edison and Lumiere Brothers Produce Initial Films

 

1898+ Poulsen Develops Steel Wire Magnetic Sound Recording

 

1927 Al Jolson in Jazz Singer first Sound Movie, Based on de Forest Invention, 1928 Disney Animation

 

1942 AEG Magnetophone in Germany, 1946 Jack Mullin Finds Magnetephones in Germany

 

1947 Bing Crosby Invest, Uses Magnetic Recording for Radio Broadcasts, Ampex Develops Tape Recorders

 

 

1948 Goldmark Develops 33 RPM LP Records, 1949 45RPM, Rock Music Record Revolution

 

1890+ Electricity Replaces Manual or Steam Power in Printing and Office Equipment and Machines

1453+ Gutenberg Moveable Type and Printing Press, Top Event of Millennium, 1814 Koenig Printing Press

 

1827 Niepce Photo, 1839 Daguerre, Talbott Photography Developed with Light and Chemical Processes

 

1863-4 Bullock and Hoe Printing Presses, 1884 Linotype Shift from Steam to Electricity

 

1876+ Edison Mimeograph, Shoales Typewriter Revolutionize Offices, Add women to workforce

 

1890+ Electricity to Burroughs Adding Machines, Patterson Cash Register, Hollerith Punched Card Machines

 

1900+ Photo Cameras and Film Stay Chemical until Digital Shift to Electricity in 1970's

1900+ Typewriters Shift to Electricity Until 1980's Digital Shift to Computer Word Processing

 

1938+ Fred Terman of Stanford Launches Silicon Valley Hewlett Packard Among 3 Oscilloscope Firms

1922 Vannevar Bush Founds Raytheon, 1927 Builds Analog Computer, 1941+ Science R&D Head

 

1938 Chester Carlson Patents Dry Copy Machine, Xerox Flourishes, 1969 Starts PARC