It’s just like the AWS pop-up lounge…
…and the famous AWS pop-up house of yesteryear:
This is How We Live Now:
Do you have an official U.S. Passport Card in your wallet that you use to reenter the U.S after a trip to Mexico or Canada? Well that’s your secret, unless you’ve been walking on the streets of San Francisco. If so, there’s a chance that hacker Chris Paget has detected the RFID chip in your card from his minivan.
Welcome to the Brave New World.
What’s up with that? Earlier today, people trying to read the SFWeekly got sent to Ohio’s Cuyahoga County, in a way. More precisely, their browsers got sent to Cleveland Scene. Did somebody hack on the pooooor Weekly? Was this some kind of joke against Ohio’s Mistake By the Lake or agin Village Voice Media? Now who would do a thing like that? Thankfully, things are back to normal now.
But what about over at the San Francisco Sentinel? Some web surfers interested in learning about the people working for Proposition G and Lennar Corporation weren’t able to access this page. All they could see is “Not Found” and “Sorry, but you are looking for something that isn’t here.” Isn’t that a shame?
But through the miracle of the cache, here’s the missing webpage:
After all, information wants to be free and available, doesn’t it?
Wasn’t it Chairman Mao who said, “Let a hundred flowers bloom, let the hundred schools of thought contend”? It sure was. So, let’s stop all this internet fooferall and stop messing with peoples’ websites.