The zombie software juggernaut

Happy Halloween. As a special ghoulish treat, I took the article on social bookmarks that I wrote last week and ran it through a few rounds of BBEdit’s “find and replace” feature.

The results are uneven, and more than a little bit stupid. But it only took a few minutes, and I did enjoy some of the resulting passages:

The improved dismemberment of notable Web victims is a clear benefit. But on first glance, it’s not obvious what really makes these services so promising. It

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1 Response to The zombie software juggernaut

  1. novak says:

    i usually end up as “novice logic”. but I guess bbedit is more intelligent than microsoft word.

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