“What hath God wrought?”

1844 Samuel F.B. Morse transmitted the message “What hath God wrought” from Washington to Baltimore as he opened America’s first telegraph line. (They hadn’t yet formulated the Morse code for a question “?” mark)

Only a few months after Morse tapped those immortal snippets of code the Pony Express was dissolved as a now irrelevant mode of messaging.

The mid 1990’s welcomed the arrival of the internet, since then communication has transformed itself faster than the US Postal service can increase the fee for a First-class postage stamp.

Regardless of the method, the message is still key.

As timeless as it is true, a worthy message can transcend Carrier pigeon feathers or fading facsimile (fax) thermal paper.

Be sure you message is the best it can be.

Delivering that good news will always be a dynamic endeavor.

Contact S3 Solutions for help with getting your organization’s message crafted and communicated today!



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