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Funny story: "A History Of The Intertelnet", written in 1874 by Sir Charles Cockface

"A History Of The Intertelnet", written in 1874 by Sir Charles Cockface

The world's interconnected telegraph network, also known as the intertelnet, has been running for a little over forty years now, sending Morse code messages around the civilised world. It was in 1832 that the first electrical telegrammatic message was sent from Dorking to Effingham by Lady Spongebob Telegraph, wife of the inventor Lord Jethro Telegraph. Famously, the message was a whimsical descri...
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Funny story: Morse: Can You Crack It...

Morse: Can You Crack It...

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Funny story: Hurricane Gustav Emits Mysterious Radio Signals

Hurricane Gustav Emits Mysterious Radio Signals

Miami, Florida (IPP) - The National Hurricane Center in Miami, Florida has received reports about a mysterious set of radio signals which seem to have originated from hurricane Gustav near Haiti. The signals were first picked up by the crew of a P...
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