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.
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.
Have you ever thought about how far we've come in our ability to connect with others and how far we'll go? I've been thinking a lot about connectivity recently and have always found that looking back to where we came from can help us better understand where we are today and, more importantly, where we may be going in the future.