Jimmy Waters, a math teacher at Powell High School, has decoded an encrypted message that Adobe has been displaying from atop their headquarters building for nearly five years.
Hint: It's not a text message.
Instead of accepting the prize himself, he requsted that Adobe donate software and a 3D printer to Powell High School.
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