Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by Prof., Feb 25, 2009.
What does this say?
Google says: http://******.com/?q=morse+code+translator
Some of the translators where not adapt to the signs used in the morse code you provide.
- .-. . .- -.. -
-. ..- -. . . -.. - ..- -. -.. . .-.
- .- -. -.. .-.
. -.-. -.. .
.-.. .. -. -.- -
.- .- .. .. converts to
TREADTEIUNEEDTUNDERTANDRECDLINKATI from this site...
I got this.
PowerBook G5, next Tuesday. [/no shame]
Too much stuttering on the dah's.
It's either dit, ".", or dah, "-", not some long dash crap.
You sir, are correct.
"The Mac Mini is long overdue for an update".
It looks like someone pasted it into MS Word or the like and then the repeat hyphens got converted to em and en dashes....
I think it says:
To Read This You Need To Understand Morse Code - Blink 182
We're thinking it means this... New album cover.
There ya go
Mind you that morse code isn't designed to be read, it is designed to be heard. I have a friend who listens to audio books in morse code. He is also the founder of lcwo.net and competes in high speed telephony contests.
I am not a morse code guy but I do find it interesting and perhaps one of these days I will get through all of the lessons on lcwo.net. But why is Blink 182 doing a Morse Code Album?