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walounderscore: My only regret, was too young for Hedy Lamarr.

gwengineering: Hedy Lamarr never stopped using her scientific mind though it was ignored when she began acting. She is dubbed “the mother of WiFi” for her invention of a comms system that could frequency hop with business partner George Antheil. Read her full bio here:

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ChestertonRadio: The Soundtrack for your Chesterton Day! Today's Premier Shows: Algiers - Hedy Lamarr & Charles Boyer, Jack Benny, The Man in the Iron Mask - Dumas, plus Elfland Radio our 24/7 Live Stream!

Gyropitus: for all the big epic lavishness, the story is actually pretty basic. Hedy Lamarr is brilliant though, I just wish there was more to it. It just about fills the runtime. a comfortable 3 stars

LouLumenick: NY TV debut 3/29/58 at 11:15 pm on WCBS' "The Late Show.'' Austria's Hedy Lamarr goes "half-caste" in soundstage Saigon for her dubious MGM debut. 9/7/39 on Broadway, a bit north of Times Square.

dinisguarda: The world isn't getting any easier. With all these new inventions I believe that people are hurried more and pushed more... The hurried way is not the right way; you need time for everything - time to work, time to play, time to rest. Hedy Lamarr

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UsuiTakumi_27: The prettiest and smartest women in Hollywood ever live is the Hedy Lamarr.

UsuiTakumi_27: Give the world the best you have and you’ll get kicked in the teeth. Give the world the best you have anyway.” - Hedy Lamarr

UsuiTakumi_27: Hedy Lamarr (1914-2000) actress, inventor and big thinker, reciting “The Paradoxical Commandments” a poem by Kent M. Keith

AudreyII6: Would YOU like a cadillac car? Or a guest shot on Jack Paar? How about a date with Hedy Lamarr? Ok, yeah, not now, but in the 60's- wait, come back! Ahh, damn. I should probably change my marketing strategies. It really isn't the 60s anymore.

Chauncey94Q: Hedy Lamarr and a Secret Communication System (Inventions and Discovery) WIFGMZG

TheForwardFeed: Hollywood goddess Hedy Lamarr was an Austrian Jew who pined for Vienna but hid her religion

VAVetBiz: Hedy Lamarr developed a technique for disguising radio transmissions. This secret communication was used during World War II. If you use a smartphone, you can thank her as her communication system was a precursor to wireless technologies, including Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.

jewishfilmorg: Hollywood goddess Hedy Lamarr was an Austrian Jew who pined for Vienna but hid her religion

ThisDayinHisto7: Actress and Inventor, Hedy Lamarr shakes hands with a soldier at the Hollywood Canteen where she appears as a United Service Organizations (USO) volunteer.

howard_tilton: Alexandra Dean’s 2017 documentary BOMBSHELL: THE HEDY LAMARR STORY chronicles the creative life and achievements of the Austrian-born American actress and inventor, Hedy Lamarr. View this captivating portrait:

kh_hildreth: Hollywood goddess Hedy Lamarr was an Austrian Jew who pined for Vienna but hid her religion

apau4: Hail The Great Hedy Lamarr!!!!

HGACinema: In 1997, Hedy Lamarr and George Antheil were honoured with the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) Pioneer Award and Lamarr became the first female recipient of the BULBIE™ Gnass Spirit of Achievement Award, a lifetime accomplishment prize dubbed "The Oscars of Inventing."

HGACinema: Hedy Lamarr and composer/pianist George Antheil were granted U.S. Patent 2,292,387 on August 11, 1942 under her married name Hedy Kiesler Markey. Hedy and George's invention became a precursor to the Wi-fi, GPS and Bluetooth now used by billions of people around the world.

PandemoniumsLul: Just heard a man say that a black man invented the internet… And telling white people they need to do their research. Okay… What I found was names such as Nikola Tesla and Vannevar Bush among others who helped invent the internet. Wi-Fi traces back to Hedy Lamarr, a white woman

HyundaiKoeppel: Did you know that actress Hedy Lamarr was also an inventor who laid the foundation for traffic lights and many of the essential modern car features?

FayettvilleFord: Did you know that Hedy Lamarr, the famous actress and brilliant innovator invented a comms system that led to the military using it for cell tech, Wi-Fi, and leading to GPS - now used in the auto industry? See what else women have invented for automobiles.

BreakingCasting: IMPORTANT ADDITIONAL UPDATE: 606 Films has released a statement: “We sincerely apologize. We were unaware at the time of casting that Hedy Lamarr had died in 2000 at the age of 85."

WorldEater2022: Genuinely? Two things: 1 - when people would mistake me for a boy and I genuinely didn't care and found I actually welcomed it. And 2 - Ladies. Men. [Literal] Inhuman monsters. All boxes checked, no questions asked. Bonus: Hedy Lamarr. Nuff said.

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MatyldaStein: old photo.. Hedy Lamarr

kleiner_hl2: Lamarr? Hedy! No!

NemoAugustus: They really need to make a movie about Hedy Lamarr. Instant Oscar + one of the coolest people to ever live.

Masquerade2376: Hedy Lamarr.

irwinallennews: Both Victor Mature and Hedy Lamarr appeared in Irwin Allen movies in the 1950s.

UnTopo73: Victor Mature and Hedy Lamarr in Samson and Delilah, 1949.

ridethepastlane: Victor Mature and Hedy Lamarr starred in Cecil B. DeMille’s, Samson and Delilah (1949)

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Noirchick1: Hedy Lamarr, photographed by Lazlo Willinger, 1944.

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cjubarrington: Hedy Lamarr in a publicity portrait for The Strange Woman (1946)

kleiner_hl2: Lamarr? Hedy! No!

mtu_computing: Day 25: Women's [Computing] History Month. Inventor and actress Hedy Lamarr (1914-2000) invented a frequency-hopping technology that inspired Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth technology.

ArtDecoFineArt: New today: Hedy Lamarr Portrait 4.

4_freedom101: While some women were bed hopping, Hedy Lamarr was signal hopping. Hedy invented wi-fi.

ScholarsCinema: Hedy Lamarr with her stand-in Sylvia Lamarr (no relation) on June 9, 1943. Sylvia was previously Joan Crawford’s stand-in.

kleiner_hl2: Lamarr? Hedy! No!

ccrask: Watched Hedy Lamarr in "Dishonored Lady" = very interesting film.

oxymoronassoc: I don't know how anyone could compete with "Hedy Lamarr invented 'jam the frequncies' which led to bluetooth/GPS/wifi".

NotablePhotos: Hedy Lamarr. 1940s

PeekabooBrian: So many wonderful great portraitists during the Studio Era. László Willinger has to be included as one of the masters. Hedy Lamarr 1940

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MartGray: I didn’t know star Reginald Denny at all. Handsome fella and, it turns out, a bit of a male Hedy Lamarr, co-inventing target drones. Also, he was in Rebecca, Madam Satan and played Commander Schmidlapp in Batman 66

stories4coffee: If anyone can find the stars needed for the Hedy Lamarr look, I’d hug you forever because I’ve scoured the internet for iron stars + patches and can never find any that are the right size

overlookedpics: Does Hedley Lamarr memebombing Hedy Lamarr tweets ever get old?

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poshdelrey: hedy lamarr in dishonored lady (1947)

CAOH110291: Today's Star Of The Day: Hedy Lamarr

TheOldHollywood: Victor Mature and Hedy Lamarr in a publicity still for Samson and Delilah (1949)

Zsavooz: Hedy Lamarr. Dishonored Lady 1947.

___sarahxz: Someone tried preaching to me about gender roles and technology today. I don’t really care if men like Jack Dorsey created Twitter, Mark Zuckerberg Facebook or Kevin Systrom Instagram. Hedy Lamarr invented Wifi. A woman.

distractedfilm: VINTAGE: Hedy Lamarr.

HGACinema: Hedy Lamarr, 1944.

Noirchick1: The magnetic eyes of Miss Hedy Lamarr........

HGACinema: Judy Garland, Hedy Lamarr, and Lana Turner in a publicity portrait for Ziegfeld Girl (1941), directed by Robert Z. Leonard.

LLLloyd1: Jewish-Austrian refugee and movie star, Hedy Lamarr, was a self-taught science genius who invented and patented the frequency-hopping spread spectrum technology for missile guidance in WW2, that became the foundation of all of our wifi technology today.

CaseyyMichel: As someone who believes in the importance of diversity and inclusion in the tech industry, I'm glad to see recognition for Hedy Lamarr, a trailblazing woman in technology. Her contributions to the development of the "frequency-hopping spread spectrum" technology, ++

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Siddarth_BB: Once called the "most beautiful woman in the world" in the 1940s, Hedy Lamarr is also credited for her technological prowess and innovation tat eventually laid the foundation for Wi-Fi technology.

info_tale: WiFi, GPS, and Bluetooth are all the result of technology pioneered by Austrian-American actress and inventor, Hedy Lamarr. As a natural beauty seen widely on the big screen in a number of movies, society has long lauded her appearance but ignored her inventive genius.

CIPEWomen: Read about the Hedy Lamarr, the “Mother of Wi-Fi”

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thatqueerkiwi: her name was hedwig keisler, better known as hedy lamarr. she was a brilliant women who also became the most successful actress at the time (snow white was even modelled after her) i made a video about her a couple of years back if you want to know more

CitySanJacinto: Often called “The Most Beautiful Woman in Film,” Hedy Lamarr was more than just beauty. Hedy Lamarr helped develop “frequency hopping,” a technique for disguising radio transmissions. This is the technology behind Wi-Fi! Learn more at:

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cjubarrington: Hedy Lamarr, 1941 - photo portrait by Clarence Sinclair Bull

galvaobrenda09: y´all, even if a person is famous, please say their names, cause I´ve seen pictures of her for so long but it was only today i learned her name. This is Hedy Lamarr. also some people have pointed out she was also Jewish

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InfoPathways: Lamarr was a Hollywood starlet in the '30s and '40s, but today she is is remembered for her pioneering work in the field of wireless communication that had the potential to change the course of WWII. Read more

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faerymarys: her name was hedy lamarr and she was a jewish woman!! she was a self-taught inventor who was the first woman to receive the invention convention's bulbie gnass spirit of achievement award (informally known as the oscars of inventing)!!

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HollywoodActre2: Hedy Lamarr and Paul Heinrad in The Conspirators, 1944

Respect_Due_: Hedy Lamarr, Actress / Inventor The women who helped change the World

laurengibaldi: She was an amazing (Jewish!) woman. She also just got a historic landmark here in Central fl!

latkedelrey: justice for Hedy Lamarr

saeranluvr69: Hedy lamarr is literally a queen

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gothspiderbitch: Hedy Lamarr also escaped her abusive, arms-dealing Nazi husband who had bugged their home by slowly stealing her own jewelry so her friends could pawn it and store the money for her. When she had enough, she disguised herself as a maid, snuck out, and boarded a ship to London.

MichaelWarbur17: HEDY LAMARR escaped from her Nazi husband by disguising herself as her own maid, became a top actress in Hollywood, then co-developed a radio guidance system for Allied torpedoes - the principles of which are incorporated into today's Bluetooth and GPS technology. Hell of a…

MovieDresses: Hedy Lamarr as Sandra Kolter in ZIEGFIELD GIRL (1941) Costume designer: Adrian

MovieDresses: Post inspired by the documentary "Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story" (2019)

NickMullenBot: Will there be anyone here with him at the president show; whats hillary saying. is it some dumb bitch using the internet, I identify extremely with hedy lamarr, who was a freakin, lol, a hbo euphoria episode… about fungible apes lmao.

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Olar_mp4: Being as smart and pretty as Hedy Lamarr is such a goal in life

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