The human mind has an inherent unfulfilled need for information and interaction. Before the advent of the printing press, handwritten word and oral tradition dominated the preservation and communication of cultures, ideas and beliefs. Then in 1450, Johannes Gutenberg helped changed the world. The first printed books, newspapers, flyers and pamphlets enabled information to spread like wild fire to people everywhere. In 1837, the first commercial telegraph sped up communication over long distances in seconds. Leading up to present day, the world continued to get smaller and smaller as the inventions of the telephone and radio brought audio to every home.
And then the early 20th Century brought movies and television to life inciting a new evolution of communication media—video.