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Hole Punch History Celebrated With Google Doodle | Time
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Nov 14, 2017 ... Google is paying homage to a device that has no place in the digital world: the hole puncher. Tuesday marks the 131st anniversary of the invention of the hole puncher, a workplace staple that makes organizing and binding paper quite simple. And in honor of the hole puncher's history, Google created an ...
Hole punch - Wikipedia
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A hole punch most commonly refers to an office tool that is used to create holes in sheets of paper, often for the purpose of collecting the sheets in a binder or folder . The term can also refer to tools of different construction from one designed for paper, such as a those used for leather goods (generally ...
A hole punch through history - CNN.com
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Apr 7, 2016 ... During the Great Depression, a federal agency hired famous photographers to document the plight of poor farmers and their lands.
Holes Punched Through History - The Atlantic
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Feb 28, 2017 ... In the 1930s, Roy Stryker, head of the Information Division of the Farm Security Administration, used an unusual and destructive technique to “kill” unwanted photos—punch a hole right through the negative.
Chad (paper) - Wikipedia
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Chad refers to fragments sometimes created when holes are made in a paper, card or similar synthetic materials, such as computer punched tape or punched cards. "Chad" has been used both as a mass noun (as in "a pile of chad") and as a countable noun (pluralizing as in "many chads").
Ring binder - Wikipedia
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Ring binders are large folders that contain file folders or hole punched papers. These are held in the binder by circular or D-shaped retainers, onto which the contents are threaded. The rings are usually spring-loaded, but can also be secured by lever arch mechanisms or other securing systems. The binders themselves are ...
Fallstreak hole - Wikipedia
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A fallstreak hole (also known as a hole punch cloud, punch hole cloud, skypunch, cloud canal or cloud hole) is a large gap, usually circular or elliptical, that can appear in cirrocumulus or altocumulus clouds. Such holes are formed when the water temperature in the clouds is below freezing but the water, in a supercooled  ...
Friedrich Soennecken - Wikipedia
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Friedrich Soennecken (September 20, 1848 – July 2, 1919), was an entrepreneur and inventor. He was the founder of Soennecken, a German office supplier. Soennecken was born in Iserlohn-Dröschede, Sauerland in 1848, the son of a blacksmith. On May 27, 1875 he founded the F. Soennecken Verlag, a commercial ...
Punched card - Wikipedia
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History[edit]. Basile Bouchon developed the control of a loom by punched holes in paper tape in 1725. The design was improved by his assistant Jean-Baptiste Falcon and Jacques Vaucanson (1740) Although these improvements controlled the patterns woven, they still required an assistant to ...
Punched tape - Wikipedia
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Origin[edit]. A paper tape, constructed from punched cards, in use in a Jacquard loom. The large holes on each edge are sprocket holes, used to pull the paper tape through the loom. Paper tapes constructed from punched cards were widely used throughout the 19th century for controlling looms.
Hole punching (networking) - Wikipedia
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Hole punching is a technique in computer networking for establishing a direct connection between two parties in which one or both are behind firewalls or behind routers that use network address translation (NAT). To punch a hole, each client connects to an unrestricted third-party server that temporarily stores external and ...
Punchboard - Wikipedia
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Punchboards were originally used in the 18th century for gambling purposes. A local tavern owner would construct a game board out of wood, drill small holes in it, and fill each hole with a small paper ticket or gamepiece. The holes were then typically covered with paper or foil. After a patron bought a ...
Treasury tag - Wikipedia
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A treasury tag or India tag is an item of stationery used to fasten sheets of paper together or to a folder. It consists of a short length of string, with metal or plastic cross-pieces at each end that are orthogonal to the string. They are threaded through holes in paper or card made with a hole punch or lawyers bodkin or electric ...
Time clock - Wikipedia
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A time clock, sometimes known as a clock card machine or punch clock or time recorder, is a recording clock used at places of business to record the hours worked by employees. In mechanical time clocks this was accomplished by inserting a heavy paper card, called a time card, into a slot on the time clock. When the time ...
Leather punch - Wikipedia
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A leather punch is a hole punch specifically for making holes in leather. The working tip of the punch is a hollow steel cylinder with a sharp circular knife-like edge. The leather piece is placed on a hard surface, which may be a part of the tool set, and the punch is forced through it, cutting out a small circular piece which is ...

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