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
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 ...



  1. Congrats on winning Punny Monday!

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


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