Haystack in a needle Monday March 28, 2005, 3 comments

I have found one, and I am hot on the trail of another two, after which I shall only have to locate the other six.

It’ll be a series. Interestingly, anyone who was reading rain two days ago might have briefly seen the one, but I mean briefly. I decided to pull the post because I had more searching to do.

Once I’ve found all nine, I’ll start the search for a tenth, and then there’ll be a well publicized announcement and hopefully much will be clear.

Until then, I’ll keep searching, and you keep reading.

Edit (March 28, 2005 @ 3:20pm Eastern): A lot has been made of this. A number of you have asked questions about a great many things, some getting close the mark and others VERY far off.

I love that it’s generating such interest. It’s inspiring to see so much attention payed to something so seemingly mysterious.

I promise more will follow, and it will all make sense at some point. Hopefully it turns out as cool out here as it is in my head!

Thanks!


Comments

CaptainPurple Monday March 28, 2005


You’ve been reading ‘The Lord of the Rings” again, haven’t you?

adrian Monday March 28, 2005


Nope. No LotR.

K Monday March 28, 2005


hm, i have an idea what the 9 things could be…
if it’s something we already talked about, then i guess i might know what you mean.

i’ll see if i was right.

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