To my mingled pleasure and freaked-out chagrin, one of my articles has just been Slashdotted.
How's your server doing?
Fortunately, it's not my server or my company's, but the web site's where the article was published.
So far, the comments aren't bad, but if I ever get attacked by a school of piranhas, I'm going to have a feeling of deja vu.
Bruce Byfield 604-421-7177
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RE: Slashdotted!: From: Nagai, Paul
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