Caswallon wrote:I know we have had at least one other attempt to track people's locations. But curious if anyone else is from the Puget Sound/Northwest US Region? Just noticed at least 2 other people who were.
I wonder at times if anyone else here, other than I, lives in Alaska...
BlitzGirl wrote:In conclusion, a few more pastposts:AK49BWL wrote:On a side note, throughout my lurking here I have been cheering on BlitzGirl and Waiting for her to reach the present Time - In fact, (if I can yet, I don't have 5 posts) I'll even throw in some sig-couragement!
Thank you, AK49BWL!
Wow, this leg of my Quest has been so upbeat! Yay yay yay! Onward I go! *skips*
A mention by the One True Reader I am so honored!
On a side note, your name constantly reminds me of a favorite Time passer of mine... Bejeweled
jjjdavidson wrote:Okay, I'm a little freaked out now. No, I'm a lot freaked out.
Everybody's wondered, How did Randall generate the hashes? I thought about Externalities and the hash everyone was trying to break there, a Skein 1024 1024 hash.
But that's a 128-byte hash (256 hex digits) and the file names are only 32-byte (64 digits). But then I thought, Would it be so un-Randallish to generate a 1024-bit hash and only use 256 bits? So I wrote a script to test the Externalites hash against the Time image folder, taking 64 hex digits at a time for the image name. 184 failures, then this, with the very last 64 digits of the hash.
I don't know how many frames in the future this is, but here's:
b567aa3e2390a573a373a48a5e676640c79cc70197e1c5e7f902fb53ca1858b6.pngSo you see why I'm freaked out.Spoiler:
I'll admit, I did a double-take. Then logic took over
Anyway, there's no way this is the end.. Megan's "bye" is but a precursor to something even greater. Well, I can still have hope, can't I?? --I think I can have a sig now, too!