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Dot-dash-diss: The gentleman hacker’s 1903 lulz

Posted on Saturday, December 31st, 2011 in documentation, hacks, vintage, wireless by the machinegeek


Fans of tech history may want to read Dot-dash-diss: The gentleman hacker’s 1903 lulz. This article appears on the NewScientist website and reveals that wireless hacking dates back to the time of Marconi!

Any you thought you were onto something new with a walkie talkie on the frequency of the drive-thru order window…

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