Boston Globe: Wireless Anniversary

Before there was MCI, there was Marconi.

On a cold January night nearly a century ago, Guglielmo Marconi, working from a transmission site perched on a seaside cliff on the outer Cape, sent the first two-way trans-Atlantic wireless message: greetings between President Theodore Roosevelt and King Edward VII of Britain.

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