hoodwink.d enhanced


Signal vs. Noise Closes Comments to Non-Hoodwink'rs #

by why in inspect

Now I know it’s not as fun to comment on a blog when the author of the blog can’t read your comments, however: it is. If you’re a reader who has contributed to Signal vs. Noise by commenting there and who is feeling a bit disenfranchised since they’ve performed the reverse tracheostomy, please join us on hoodwink.d. Signal vs. Noise is among the top 20 blogs that receives comments on hoodwink.d. If you’re okay with hoodwink’d’s Noise vs. More Noise policy, you’ll be fine. (The comment hiatus is discussed here.)

said on 18 Nov 2005 at 12:40

It’s too hard. That’s all I have to say. To this day I haven’t been able to overcome my mental laziness enough to figure out what hoodwink’d is all about. Going to that link and discovering the diagonal lines all over everything and the nearly totally cryptic content underneath those lines was the nail in the coffin. Way too 1337 for me.

said on 18 Nov 2005 at 13:39

Oh, I know. But it’s the best knowing that every hoodwinker went through the trouble of at least solving the riddle. I think the active ones will confirm: it’s a pretty demanding lifestyle.

said on 18 Nov 2005 at 14:45

The life of a hoodwink’r is always intense.

said on 18 Nov 2005 at 15:50

Indeed, the unimaginable powers of hoodwinking are not the kind of thing that should be tossed about like a radioactive-spider-bitten volleyball.

As I was explaining to a friend, it’s like the Force™. Not everyone is cut out to be a Jedi.

said on 22 Nov 2005 at 16:17

phil 602: While many are not cut out to be a Jedi we should realize that they still have the power to become a Sith. This is the great danger of hoodwink.d as it is with any power, including Ruby.

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