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August 28, 2000
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For those of you who don't want to violate the law by linking from your website to the DeCSS source code, you can now link to a [semi-]dramatic reading of the source code (3.5MB MP3), and this semi-alternative sort of Dylanesque folk song of the code (6.3MB MP3).

And no, I'm not making *any* of this up. Thanks to Dave at The Stuffed Dog. He can't blog it, but *I* sure can. :-) [Amazingly enough, they're both pretty good, although the song is a bit over driven. ]
posted by baylink (2 comments total)

 
in the immortal words of charlie brown: good grief. i remember the noise that was kept on the topic of "deep linking" a.k.a avoid linking to the front page of the site, and link directly to the page that contains the info that you want. speaking of which, anyone remember this Wired News article about BT claiming they own the patent to "hyperlinks". sigh.
posted by who at 7:18 PM on August 28, 2000


I remember the noise that was kept
on the topic of "deep linking" a.k.a avoid linking to the front page of the site, and link
directly to the page that contains the info that you want.


... yes?
posted by baylink at 2:59 PM on August 29, 2000


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