Wednesday, December 1, 2010

MegaLeaks is a "cute name"

Editor's note -- No sooner did Sea World dolphins boil  WikiLeaks' down to its essence did it rise again as a WikiKraken!
Pen and wash drawing by malacologist Pierre Dénys de Montfort, 1801 
Editor's note -- Good Grief!                                            
 Now the dread Julian Assange unleashes his fury on Big Business ... and a Salmon ROBOT tweets the ensuing mayhem
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A robot tweets @ blog Counterparties  -- Forbes blog says Julian Assange Wants to Spill Your Corporate ...

Counterparties ... Early next year, a major American bank will suddenly find itself turned inside out. Tens of thousands of its internal documents will be exposed on Wikileaks — Forbes

"A robot twittering Felix Salmon's Reuters blog entries." 

Editor's note -- Forbes' blogger Andy Greenberg interviews the "shaggy haired" J. Assange (when he wasn't being hunted down by the world at large. 

"The slim 39-year-old Wiki Leaks founder wears a navy suit over his 6-foot-2 frame, and his once shaggy white hair, recently dyed brown, has been cropped to a sandy patchwork of blonde and tan. He says he colors it when he’s “being tracked.”

“These big-package releases. There should be a cute name for them,” he says, then pauses again.
 “Megaleaks?” I suggest, trying to move things along.
 “Yes, that’s good—megaleaks.” His voice is a hoarse, Aussie-tinged baritone

Editor's note --  To move things along even further, Greenberg went to the cyber-attacker's London flat for this exclusive interview. 


Fortunately,  the Gazette will move along to another topic on another day ...

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2 comments:

  1. Congrats on winning Punny Monday!

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  2. Can you believe the randomness of my luck today? Punny Monday AND the 12 days of Christmas #5 !!

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