[hcs-d] Google.com

James Cuff james_cuff at harvard.edu
Sat Dec 12 02:24:46 EST 2009


Could be wrong, but looks like a count down to the new year, and
goggle becomes self aware...

>>> 1719811/60
28663
>>> 28663/60
477
>>> 477/24.0
19.875

We used a similar thing when the iphone jail breaks were due to be
released.  Mind you there was no random 1337 java script ala "var
e=b.clientX,f=b.clientY;g=a.x||a.y?Math.abs(a.x-e)+Math.abs(a.y-f):0;a.x=e;a.y=f}var
d=(new Date).getTime()," etc..

Plus the stuff that hangs out in /extern_js these days on google looks
more like an APL session than .js

All sorts of secret sauce back there...

Best,

j.


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On Sat, Dec 12, 2009 at 2:12 AM, Greg Brockman <gdb at hcs.harvard.edu> wrote:
> Go to google.com and push I'm Feeling Lucky.  Googlers on this list:
> care to explain :)?
>
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