Air Conditioning a Welcome Invention for All



A couple weeks ago we talked about how air conditioning plays a vital role in properly archiving business documents by protecting them from heat and humidity.

John Steele Gordon at the WSJ penned an interesting article this week chronicling the life of air conditioning.  From it’s simple beginnings just circulating air with fans, to a young doctor right here in Florida that placed pans of ice near the ceiling of hospital rooms to keep his patients comfortable, right up to the first modern A/C invented by Willis Carrier in 1902.

Read more at the WSJ:

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