Royal Master Sealight Floor Lamp
RH's Royal Master Sealight Floor Lamp:A reproduction of a 19th-century British marine light used to transmit Morse code, our sealight evokes both grand ocean liners and Old Hollywood.
Australia’s first female electrical engineer
It’s Biography Week at the State Library of NSW and so today on 2SER Breakfast with Tim Higgins we delved into the Dictionary to reveal the extraordinary life of Florence Violet McKenzie, Aus…
Morse Code Message on crayola.com
Solve the messages by placing the letter above each code. Then put the letters together to spell a secret message. You can use Morse Code to write secret notes to your friends! Did you know?Samuel Morse invented the Morse Code, which is a series of dots and dashes that represent different letters and numbers.
Portrait of Guglielmo Marconi (1874-1937), Engineer and Physicist
Creator/Photographer: Unidentified photographer Medium: Medium unknown Dimensions: 21.9 cm x 19.7 cm Date: prior to 1937 Collection: Scientific Identity: Portraits from the Dibner Library of the History of Science and Technology - As a supplement to the Dibner Library for the History of Science and Technology's collection of written works by scientists, engineers, natural philosophers, and inventors, the library also has a collection of thousands of portraits of these individuals. The…
Is Morse Code Used Today? — The Brief History and Importance of Morse Code
What is Morse Code? Is it still used today? Find out who is credited for inventing morse code and the importance of it.
Museum of Obsolete Objects - Videos of Changes in Technology
Do remember making mix tapes in high school? If you still have one kicking around, good luck finding a cassette player to listen to it on. I think there might be one at my mother's house. Hurry over before she throws it out. The Museum of Obsolete Objects is a neat YouTube channel featuring videos about objects like cassette tapes that at one point represented cutting edge technology and are now obsolete. The MOOO isn't limited to 20th Century objects. The list includes things like quill…
STOOGE SLAPSTICK SAVVY: how NOT to pass your morse code exam
clip from the 1943 Curly short, "Spook Louder". Moe, Larry, and Curly suddenly hear dots and dashes. Moe expects Curly and Larry to translate. Hilarity ensues.
Morse Code Patent Print Art 1840
Our prints showcase the great inventions of humanity, documented for posterity in patent form. All of our patent posters are printed on heavyweight matte paper using archival pigment and reactive dye inks for high color quality and durability. We have several sizes and a variety of background options to choose from. Thank you for shopping at Catkuma!