This post was just posted at the exact time the iPhone was unveiled. Contrary to popular belief the iPhone was not the first touchscreen phone. There was a touchscreen phone about 20 years beforehand- it was called the IBM Simon.
On the 2nd September it was 350 years since the great fire of London started. Yesterday we went to the London Museum to go to a exhibition about the great fire of London. Before I dive straight into the photos I will tell you some stuff about the great fire of London.
The great fire started in a bakery. They had already recovered from the plaque last year. Some children said they through fireballs inside which would start the fire; no one believed him, neither do I. Sadly the mayor didn’t take it seriously enough. The reason why we know about this event is because there were loads of diary entry’s and letters written about it. One of famous diary writers was Samual. Inside his diary he said he saw a cat which had its fur burned of who was still alive. He also hid his… Cheese. They had to rebuild St. Pauls cathedral because it burned down! You can see what the original one looked like later. It ended on the 7th September 1666.
Here are the photos:
From today I’ve been making blog posts for one year! When I first started this blog I was mostly using an iPod Touch 4. When I tried to upload photos to my blog it would often crash. So then I got an iPad mini 2 for christmas and it was a lot more faster. This is what I use to write my blog posts now. Several months later I changed my blog’s theme from Hexa (I think) to Zorin but I’m not sure if it was before or after I got my iPad mini.
So just for today I’m changing the theme to the old one. I would love to thank everyone for commenting and viewing my posts.
Now today it’s my real Birthday. My favourite present was a keyboard for my iPad mini.