Some information about Coca Cola

Coca cola Bottle evolution:


Coca Cola slogans by years:

  • 1886 “Coca-Cola-Delicious, Refreshing, Exhilarating”
  • 1886 “Drink Coca-Cola”
  • 1904 “Delicious and Refreshing”
  • 1905 “Coca-Cola Revives and Sustains”
  • 1906 “Great National Temperence Beverage”
  • 1908 “Good To The Last Drop”
  • 1917 “Three Million a Day”
  • 1920 “Drink Coca-Cola With Soda, The hit That Saves The Day”
  • 1922 “Thirst Knows No Season”
  • 1923 “Refresh Yourself, There’s Nothing Like It When You’re Thirsty”
  • 1924 “Pause and Refresh Yourself”
  • 1925 “Pause and Refresh Yourself”
  • 1926 “Stop At The Red Sign”
  • 1927 “Around The Corner From Anywhere, At The Little Red Sign”
  • 1928 “A Pure Drink Of Natural Flavors”
  • 1929 “The Pause That Refreshes”
  • 1930 “Meet Me At The Soda Fountain”
  • 1932 “Ice Cold Sunshine”/”The Drink That Makes Pause Refreshing”
  • 1933 “Don’t Wear A Tired, Thirsty Face”
  • 1934 “When It’s Hard To Get Started, Start With A Coca-Cola”
  • 1935 “All Trails Lead To Ice-Cold Coca-Cola”
  • 1936 “Get The Feel Of Wholesome Refreshment”
  • 1936 “It’s The Refreshing Thing To Do”
  • 1937 “Stop For A Pause…Go Refreshed”
  • 1938 “The Best Friend Thirst Ever Had”/”Anytime Is The Right Time To Pause and Refresh, Pure As Sunlight”
  • 1939 “Thirst Stops Here. Makes Travel More Pleasant”
  • 1939 “Coca-Cola Goes Along”
  • 1939 “Wherever You Are, Whatever You Do, Wherever You May Be, When You Think Of Refreshment, Think Of Ice Cold Coca-Cola”
  • 1940 “The Package That Gets A Welcome At Home”
  • 1941 “A Stop That Belongs On Your Daily Timetable”
  • 1942 “The Only Thing Like Coca-Cola Is Coca-Cola Itself”
  • 1943 “A Taste All It’s Own”
  • 1944 “High Sign Of Friendship”
  • 1945 “Coke Means Coca-Cola”
  • 1947 “Relax With The Pause That Refreshes”
  • 1948 “Where There’s A Coke, There’s Hospitality”
  • 1948 “It’s The Real Thing” (Used first this year)
  • 1949 “Along The Highway To Anywhere”
  • 1950 “Help Yourself To Refreshment”
  • 1951 “Good Food And Coca-Cola Just Naturally Go Together”
  • 1952 “Coke Follows Thirst Everythere”
  • 1952 “What You Want Is A Coke”
  • 1953 “Dependable As Sunshine”
  • 1954 “For People On The Go”
  • 1954 “There’s This About Coke”
  • 1955 “Americans Prefer Taste”
  • 1956 “Feel The Difference, Makes Good Things Taste Better”
  • 1957 “Sign of Good Taste”
  • 1957 “There’s Nothing Like A Coke”
  • 1958 “Refreshment The Whole World Prefers”
  • 1959 “Be Really Refreshed”
  • 1959 “Make It The Real Meal”
  • 1960 “Relax With A Coke, Revive With A Coke”
  • 1961 “Coke And Food”
  • 1962 “Enjoy That Refreshing New Feeling”
  • 1963 “Things Go Better With Coke”
  • 1964 “You’ll Go Better Refreshed”
  • 1965 “Something More Than A Soft Drink”
  • 1966 “Coke…After Coke…After Coke”
  • 1970 “It’s The Real Thing” (Used with, “Everyone Welcomes Coca-Cola”)
  • 1971 “I’d Like To Buy The World A Coke”
  • 1975 “Look Up America”
  • 1976 “Coke Adds Life”
  • 1979 “Have a Coke and a Smile”
  • 1982 “Coke Is It”
  • 1985 “We’ve Got A Taste For You”
  • 1986 “Catch the Wave-Red, White and You”
  • 1989 “Can’t Beat The Feeling”
  • 1990 “Can’t Beat The Real Thing”
  • 1992 “You Can’t Beat the Real Thing”
  • 1993 “Always Coca-Cola”
  • 2001 “Life tastes good”

History of coca cola logos:

1887-1890s – Inserting the ‘Trademark’
These two important little words were added to the tail of the first ‘C’


1890-1891 – Extra swirls
For just one year, our logo changed its appearance quite dramatically with this extra swirly script. Afterwards, the logo returned to its previous font.


1941-1960s – Tail tweaked
In this version, the words ‘Trademark Registered’ moved out of the tail of the ‘C’ and were noted as ‘Reg. US Pat Off’ below the Coca‑Cola name.


1958-1960s – A fishy shape
This period saw the introduction of the Arciform or ‘fishtail’ logo.


1969 – That famous white wave
The Arden Square logo was unveiled to the world. In this red box, the familiar Coca‑Cola script was underlined with the iconic white ‘wave’ known as the ‘Dynamic Ribbon Device’, which is still used to this day.


2003 – Keeping it real
With the introduction of the ‘Coca‑Cola… Real’ campaign, the logo’s ‘white wave’ was enhanced with a shock of yellow and some floating bubbles.


2007 – A classic design
A simple, yet bold, design with a single white ribbon.


2011 – 125 years of happiness
Coca‑Cola’s 125th birthday logo sees bubbles bursting from our famous contour bottle – a celebration of our past, present and future



Best view of niagara falls

Location: Casino Resort, Niagara Falls…

It is just 100 yards away from Niagara falls…

Casino Resort Niagara Falls...just 100 yards away from Niagara falls.

The casino is publicly owned by the crown agency OLG, formally known as the ontario lottery and gaming corparation and managed by Falls Management Group L.P.

recenty voted as world’s best view point by trip advicer…


Angel Waterfall of Venezuela – The World’s Highest Waterfall


The highest point of the falls reaches 979 meters, with water falling from a height of 807 meters.
he height of the falls is so great that by the time it reaches the ground it becomes tiny particles that turns into fog.
It should also be mentioned that Venezuela is a unique country.
In addition to having Hugo Chavez and the unusually cheap price of gasoline (it only cost 100 rubles to fill up a Jeep),
it is also home to the Tepui Mountain formation.



Tepui (or Tepuy) is a strange-looking mountain with a flat top called a “table-top” (because it is flat like a table).
These unique geological formations are found mostly in the Venezuelan Guiana Highland in South America.
The word ‘Tepui’ comes from the language of the Pemon Indians.  Tepui means ‘house of the gods’.


Amazing Sony Technology | Sony Rolly

Rolly is an egg-shaped digital robotic music player made by Sony, combining music functions with robotic dancing. It has two wheels that allow it to rotate and spin, as well as two bands of colored LED light running around its edge and cup-like “wings” (or “arms” according to the Sony sonystyle USA website) which can open and close on either end, all of which can be synchronized to the music being played.

Aansoo Lake, Pakistan



The name “Aansoo” comes from its tear-like shape [the Urdu word Ansoo means teardrop]. This lake also resembles Human Eye with central ice land resembling Iris of Human Eye and a ridge resembling Eyebrow becoming even more prominent when ice melts on the Eyebrow in summers.

Ansoo Lake is a high-altitude lake [elevation 16,492 feet or 5,027 metres] in the Kaghan Valley in the Mansehra District of the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.