> On Tue, Nov 20, 2001 at 03:43:12PM +0000, James Cooper wrote:
> > % telnet <someone else's machine>
> > % eject
> > % exit
>> if people do something like xhost + on their machines, xeyes -display
> their.box:0 & is fun. and then there's all the joys a remote machines
> /dev/audio can bring. i suspect a certain hellbunnie might disagree
> with that last bit of course...
Empty room - one lone user working late at night..
Record your voice on your machine at home, telnet into office,
ftp file up - and dump it into the /dev/audio on a machine somewhere
else in the office.
In your recording say something which is time relevant - comment on
some application they are running - or something like that...
Then next day casually mention the crap sleep that you had,
muttering something about a weird out of body experience :-)
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> fork()'ed on 37058400 about anything." --nyc mayor, rudolph giuliani
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