Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 10th May 2008 20:27 UTC, submitted by rosebug
Bugs & Viruses 1983. The year of the IBM PC XT, the Apple Lisa, Pioneer 10 leaving the solar system, and Hooters opening up shop in Florida. It's also the birthyear of a 25 year old BSD bug, squashed only a few days ago.
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RE[4]: HEH
by MordEth on Tue 13th May 2008 11:57 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: HEH"
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This is the internet. One should almost always assume that someone out there will make baseless assumptions about the things you post. @.~

(Sorry, couldn't resist.)

Also, it's probably safe to assume that there will be people out there that doubt your claims regarding the nature of your current projects. [citation needed]

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EDIT: The Wikipedia joke was written before bothering to look at the parent poster's page, which details (to paraphrase: screen captures forthcoming) an unfinished project last updated in 2005. It was not intended to mock the parent poster. After all, I haven't done anything with my page (apart from halfheartedly moving it to different servers and updating a few links) in nearly five years. Paying web work and laziness always won; mock-ups that never became PHP/HTML/CSS don't really count. *grins*

Edited 2008-05-13 12:08 UTC

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