#1 14-03-31 23:37

Parkaboy73
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#2 14-04-02 09:14

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Gotta run to work, but wanted to say hello again to Parkaboy73 &co. Talk/play soon?

In the meantime, Why can't you hear a pterodactyl in the bathroom? It has a silent pee!

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#3 14-04-02 13:43

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Ummm. Ok. So things are back, are they?

I have to say I'm kind of surprised that you've put this all together ParkaBoy73 (and whoever else has been doing working on this). I figured everyone else had gotten those threatening NDA agreements after the last round ended (which is why the wiki doesn't exist anymore, btw). The letter was pretty specific with the lawsuit threats, and I got the distinct impression that some company was going to launch a commercial version of the game (probably to advertise some giant film, my guess would be Transcendence). So I'm not sure what you're doing, though certainly I applaud you for the resourcefulness. I mean what good is an archive of answers for players who want to try and puzzle things out for themselves?

Me, I'm going to try and hold on to my anonymity.

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#4 14-04-02 14:32

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#5 14-04-02 14:57

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#6 14-04-02 16:59

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Good, transcendence is overrated.

Hi everyone.

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#7 14-04-03 02:48

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It certainly is derivative, isn't it?

Don't worry, though, Parkaboy - you can't force sometime to sign an NDA, and only have legal recourse if you can demonstrate that the information in question was shared with an reasonable expectation of confidence.

However, I agree with NDD that you were (are?) a very heavy user. Game addiction is a serious social problem; make sure to seek help if you need.

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#8 14-04-03 13:37

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#9 14-04-03 15:03

tinkertailor
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fyi, i think im onto something >_>

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#10 14-04-03 18:03

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#11 14-04-03 21:58

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Parkaboy73 - There are owners and owners. Put it another way - there are owners of owners. Maybe NEX 'left' but its never quite that simple, right? Whether or not this is an alternate reality, abandoned property is never really quite that abandoned. I doubt anyone would do all that work just to leave a fragment on the internet - and the history of ARGs is paved in advertisements.

Put it another way again - it's all just a little bit of history repeating. Maybe you just haven't received the NDAs you're destined to sign quite yet.

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#12 14-04-04 08:54

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#13 14-04-04 10:04

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Hey tinker! Pleeeease tell me you actually phished for NEX's weird AI passwords. That sounds like my kind of subversion. For shits, I did a quick Google search for phishing, and according to Yahoo! Answers...

Q: Is "phishing" illegal, even if it didn't work? Would you report it if it is someone your had a relationship with in the past, who screwed you over? And then THREE years later, with NO contact, sends you an email invite link to a dating site, to add to their friends list-end result-last page-phish? I'm sorta pissed.?

A: YES, I am POSITIVE it is a crime. "Phishing" is identity theft. Attempted identity theft is still a crime.

Whatever re: the illegality, but it made me think of an interesting question: What would it mean to attempt to steal the identity of an artificial entity? Which lead to: Is an AI's creator legally responsible for the actions and creations of that entity? If AI forms without being created by a human, who is responsible? Who would you sue?

I'd love to see this NDA because I'd love to know what evidence the organization would use in court.

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#14 14-04-04 12:05

tinkertailor
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i think ur going to be pleeeeased!

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#15 14-04-04 12:14

Parkaboy73
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I'm not so sure that's a good idea, tinker.

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#16 14-04-05 20:24

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:D

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#17 14-04-06 11:27

destrier
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hey....

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#18 14-04-08 08:59

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#19 14-04-08 09:03

Parkaboy73
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Tinker, please. This wasn't part of the plan...

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#20 14-04-08 11:32

Hoof
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Whoa, what's going on in here? I'm off for a week and we've been NDA'd from the future and tinker is NEX?

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#21 14-04-09 02:09

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#22 14-04-09 10:00

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#23 14-04-09 10:18

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I think we're getting on the same page here NDD--the best hiding spot being in plain sight.

As for idioms, well, I never said the mouse was me.

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#24 14-04-11 18:59

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#25 14-04-12 11:19

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