The actor's arm ink is apparently supposed to read "Flynn," the name of his son with ex-wife Miranda Kerr. But experts told HuffPost the tat says nothing at all.
"Just blink it out in Morse code."
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On February 26th, 2015, Verizon put out a press release claiming that the FCC's Net Neutrality decision was a "throwback that imposes 1930's rules on the Internet". And they put out an additional release in the language of a telegraph to reinforce this view point.
One of FITSAT-1's experimental duties is to twinkle as an artificial star, said project leader Takushi Tanaka, an FIT professor
The technology that made the Internet possible, along with Google, Facebook, and Twitter -- was proven feasible 166 years ago this week, when Samuel F. B. Morse tapped out a four-word message on his "Electro-magnetic telegraph."
The Chief Aeronaut of the Union Army Balloon Corps, convinced Union Major General George B. McClellan to permit him to attempt to relay information via telegraph, but from a balloon.