In the pre-telephone era, if you wanted to convey a message to someone at a relatively short distance, you could holler at them. Or, you could enthusiastically wave a bright orange and yellow flag.
"Semaphore" was a system of communicating visually by handheld flags. This signal would convey "Error 404." 

In the pre-telephone era, if you wanted to convey a message to someone at a relatively short distance, you could holler at them. Or, you could enthusiastically wave a bright orange and yellow flag.

"Semaphore" was a system of communicating visually by handheld flags. This signal would convey "Error 404." 

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