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Hedy Lamarr - Invented frequency hopping which helped the Alies in WWII and is the basis for so many of our modern technology from WiFi to cellphones.

Hedy Lamarr - Pearl collars are usually made up of three or more strands and lie snugly on the middle of the neck. Very Victorian and luxurious, pearl collars go best with elegant V-neck or of the shoulder fashions. Multi-Strands Collar Akoya Pearls necklace.

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Hedy Lamarr (9 November 1914 – 19 January 2000), Austrian-born American actress and inventor. -

Hedy Lamarr held engineering patents for electrical devices. Who knew? She helped the US win WWII.

“Hope and curiosity about the future seemed better than guarantees. That’s the way I was. The unknown was always so attractive to me… and still is.” - Hedy Lamarr

Hedy Lamarr by Vintage-Stars, via Flickr

Hedy Lamarr (1914–2000) She invented “frequency hopping” technology, which was put to use in a secret communications system and in radio-controlled torpedoes in WWII, which in turn laid the foundations for future technological developments such as Wi-Fi and GPS. Oh, and she was also a movie star, because, why not!

Hedy Lamarr "That's HEADLYLeMar" Blazing Saddles... :)

1941 film w/ great hair + makup by 3 classic leading ladies: Zigfield Girl (1941) starring Hedy Lamarr, Lana Turner + Judy Garland.