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Some old parodies of network news stories


Slashdot and Segfault were two web sites that were influential in my early decision to treat computing as a more honest and fun way to interact than trying to act up in real life.

It dawned on me that Richard Stallman and a lot of other jokers have been seen succeeding for years by making parodies of things and pushing that fun back into the line of work they're in.

These are from an era in which Saturday Night Live (SNL) and its near-term reruns were more important in what they were presenting than they were at any other point of my life so far. Here are some old parodies of Microsoft (which is an interesting collection of things that happens to have defense industry contracts these days) renewaled from an earlier version of my web page:

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