Gregory Alan Bolcer
greg at bolcer.org
Wed Nov 27 14:20:39 PST 2013
I guess you can get to the bottom of it by start confirming the details in
the story. Who, what, when, why, how. I guess Chris Bell or Jed Lipinski
are as good as any place to start. It doesn't seem like real crypto, just
a bunch of movie-puzzle-like-crypto tricks. Anything that originates from
4chan is automatically suspect.
It all looks like the Google job quiz to me.
On Wed, Nov 27, 2013 at 1:54 PM, Bill Kearney <wkearney99 at hotmail.com>wrote:
> It looks like some stupid viral ad campaign.
> Yeah? Targeted toward what audience then?
> Surely the crypto-freaks that have gone after it can't possibly represent
> much of a profitable market. Other than, perhaps, as a way to keep them
> occupied wasting time on it instead of on more fruitful endeavors. But
> that's pretty much been the point of the web in general, no?
> I'm all for suspecting marketing motives but that seems a bit more like
> one set of crypto-geeks jerking off the rest.
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