Well, the web's a funny place, isn't it?
Just the other day, I posted my random idea about a trash talk virus for Mac OS X. You know, virus is probably the wrong word. It's more of an ad-hoc network entertainment application. But that's not the point.
Anyway, within a matter of a day or so it got some interesting traction. First off, Ross suggested that it be used to help track down the folks who screw up wireless networks at conferences. That'd be both practical and amusing.
I like it.
Rather than simply exist as an amusing idea, Allen Hutchinson began coding! To see this idea starting to become code isn't something I expected--at least not this quickly. I have to say, it's cool that he decided to use Camel Bones. Building Mac OS X applications with Perl--that's something I need to play with.
Just another day on the web, huh?
Posted by jzawodn at March 29, 2004 10:00 PM