Major Variola (ret)
mv at cdc.gov
Sun Mar 27 12:54:01 PST 2005
t 03:06 PM 3/25/05 -0500, Tyler Durden wrote:
>I noticed you did a little editing! Sigh. Few can stand in the light
>very long, save the various beautiful women that clamor to spread my
Your barber can spread more of your DNA.
Your female can help you *copy* your DNA, but only about half of it,
and you don't get to chose which half.
>>Someone once said, "Cypherpunks write code."
>Yes but I'd amend this to say, "Cypherpunks in the process of becoming
>economically successful probably don't have time to write code but
>can sure feel free to try..."
Why not sketch a script that can? That's not hard work, and contributes
more than the idea itself (which is a good idea BTW).
>>: Sounds possible to me. the only problem might be the need for
Can't be any authentication for obvious reasons.
>These days one has to act very quickly in order to create something
>original. The question is, will a TLA do it first and post it, along
>TINY little ID tag?
If its an open-source tool, who gives a rodent's arse if a TLA wrote it?
After all, you can never be sure that a TLA *hasn't* written (or
"Think critical" --Agrammatical Marketoids
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