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EPUB ê MOBI Wired Love î FREE ☆ NATURALTREATMENT Ó This book published in 1879 mulls what how authentic a romance can be that is mediated over the wire by two telegraph operatorsAn excerpt from the bookBut a very significant noise to Miss Nathalie Rogers or Nattie as she was usually abbreviated; a noise tThis book published in 1879 mulls what how authentic a romance can be that is mediated over the wire by two telegraph operatorsAn excerpt from the bookBut a very significant noise to Miss Nathalie Rogers or Nattie as she was usually abbreviated; a noise that caused her to lay aside her bookand jump up hastily exclaiming with a gesture of impatience Somebody always 'calls' me in the middle of every entertaining chapterFor that noise that little clatter like and yet too irregular to Wired Love A Romance of Dots and Dashes published in 1879 was a ground breaking book about a long distance romance conducted over the telegraph wire aptly termed The Victorian Internet Written by the previously unknown Ella Cheever Thayer Wired Love's Manhattan publisher trumpeted it as a bright little telegraphic novel that told the old old story in a new new way But Thayer's story was grounded in Victorian reality Men and women alike worked as telegraph operators with predictable results At least one wedding was conducted over the wires and Electrical World magazine even warned of the dangers of wired lovePresenter Lucy Hawking looks at how the invention of the telegraph led to social changes in the role of women as well as providing the inspiration for this first on line romance novel published over 100 years before the internet Finding parallels in today's e mail world she profiles the life of Ella Cheever Thayer discusses the appeal of the novel and talks to Laura Otis Britt Peterson and Thomas C Jepson about the revolutionary technology and the social changes it encouraged

Ella Cheever Thayer ß Wired Love READER

Be the ticking of a clock expressed to Nattie these four mystic letters B m X n;which same four mystic letters interpreted meant that the name or to use the technical word call of the telegraph office over which she was present sole presiding genius was B m and that Bm was wanted by another office on the wire designated as X nA little out of the way country office some fifty miles down the line was X n and as Nattie signaled in reply to the call her readiness to receive any commu In all honesty I have to point out that I actually read the scanned version of this book available for free for download through Google Books I've long been intrigued by the similarities between our times and the 1880s and this book points out another connection It tells the story of an early online romance conducted between telegraph operators The relationship progresses much as you would expect it to if it were conducted using say Matchcom today Pitfalls are recognizable to anyone who's used an online dating network chat rooms instant messaging or email to strike up a new relationship or friendship with someone else online And that connection described in language that is clearly true to its time makes it at least for me a fun fun read

KINDLE Ý Wired Love ß Ella Cheever Thayer

Wired Love Nications therefrom she was conscious of holding in some slight contempt the possible abilities of the human portion of its machineryFor who but an operator very green in the profession would stay there?Conseuently she was uite unprepared for the velocity with which the telegraph alphabet of sounds in dots and dashes rattled over the instrument appropriately termed a sounder upon which messages are received and found herself wholly unable to write down the words asfast as they cam From BBC Radio 4A Romance of Dots and Dashes published in 1879 was a ground breaking book about a long distance romance conducted over the telegraph wire aptly termed The Victorian Internet Written by the previously unknown Ella Cheever Thayer Wired Love's Manhattan publisher trumpeted it as a bright little telegraphic novel that told the old old story in a new new way But Thayer's story was grounded in Victorian reality Men and women alike worked as telegraph operators with predictable results At least one wedding was conducted over the wires and Electrical World magazine even warned of the dangers of wired lovePresenter Lucy Hawking looks at how the invention of the telegraph led to social changes in the role of women as well as providing the inspiration for this first on line romance novel published over 100 years before the internet Finding parallels in today's e mail world she profiles the life of Ella Cheever Thayer discusses the appeal of the novel and talks to Laura Otis Britt Peterson and Thomas C Jepson about the revolutionary technology and the social changes it encouragedPresenter Lucy HawkingDrama adapted by Danny WestgatePerformers Samantha Dakin Tom Bevan and Anna FarnworthSound Design Nick RomeroProducer Julian MayersA Sweet Talk production for BBC Radio 4httpwwwbbccoukprogrammesb099xpwg