I just start listing to your podcast like a week ago since I got my droid x. LOVE your show just like everyone else on here.
Today I heard about the 7 keys of the internet and I found that information absolutely fascinating. So I did a bit of research and I actually found out who those people are!
* Paul Kane (Great Britain)
* Dan Kaminsky (United States)
* Jiankang Yao (China)
* Moussa Guebre (Burkina Faso)
* Bevil Wooding (Trinidad and Tobago)
* Ondrej Sury (Czech Republic)
* Norm Ritchie (Canada)
I am not sure if those information should be online but they are... I know there are people out there would love to take out the entire internet. Would it be bad that they know about those people's name and so on? Well as a Chinese native I do know there are a million people named Jiankang Yao so I am not too worried. But what if some one or organization take down three of those people? then there will be only 4 keys left and the internet will never be back up again.
What other thoughts do you guys have?
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