Somebody should do this to the Star Wars theme music.
On Sep 27, 2011, at 12:37 PM, Ramsey Gurley wrote:
> In 2008, shortly after releasing WO 5.4.3, Apple discovered code in WO created by one engineer who mysteriously died the previous year. It was so powerful, no one believed one engineer could have produced it. Some believe it was code taken from a secret government project, while others claim the engineer must have been channeling some supernatural force. All tales end with the source of the source coming back and quietly hoaxing the engineer's death in an elaborate plot.
> In any case, the code itself was so advanced, Apple began coveting the code like the one true ring. They didn't want anyone else to use their 'precious.' So began an effort to wipe all mention of WebObjects from the web. Whatever could not be removed would be moved into their 'legacy' support section to discredit WebObjects and prevent the Streisand effect. Those who used WebObjects have been hunted down by Apple, one by one, and... hired.
> However, three years on, Apple has discovered a small but efficient band of rebels determined to use this mysterious code. They have dubbed themselves the "WOCommunity". These rebels believe in spreading the use of WebObjects and making all their advancements open to everyone in a project named Wonder. There are rumors that these rebels have been meeting on the ice planet of Canada. There are even rumors they may be forming a rebel base there.
> On Sep 27, 2011, at 5:47 AM, Richard Palmer wrote:
>> Why does Apple want to obscure their use of WebObjects with re-written URLs?
>> richard palmer
>> On Sep 23, 2011, at 11:58 AM, Chuck Hill wrote:
>>> Cookies or, if you know you are using only HTML5 browsers, maybe local database storage. And don't assume there is no WO app based on the URL alone. Re-written URLs can hide a lot.
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