To the best of my knowledge, he was the person who invented the Morse code, a series of dots and dashes that could be created by the amount of time a telegraph key was held down. It has also been used in written form. Some people still use it, but if you are trying to send something in code, it is not to secure, since you could look it up on Google and translate everything that was written in Morse code, unless you change the definition of words and the other person you are sending it to knows that.
Samuel Morse was the inventor of the morse code. A biography of this individual would also make a great hub. A biography of his life, would consist of a well-researched background of his life. From his growing up as a youngster in his home town-right up to his invention. Go for it!
by daeemomin9 years ago
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