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SubjectAW: Alright, I give up. What does the "i" in "inode" stand for?
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Hello,

> Von: Ryan Cumming [mailto:ryan@completely.kicks-ass.org]
[...]
> > (P.S. I'm not quite kidding: http://www.darpa.mil/iao/ ).
> Now, the symbolism used in the IOA logo is poor at best. The
> omniscient eye
> was never supposed to represent the United States itself, but
> God [1]. Unless
> they're calling themselves God lately, they really broke the
> metaphor by
> having the eye looking over the Earth.
^^^^^^^^^^

Be aware that the center of the eye seems to watch over europe and keeps
track over russia! Deeper sense? ;-)

Maybe: "The DARPA IAO will imagine, develop ... by achieving total
information awareness useful for preemption, national security warning..."

Siegfried. (Just one bothering german newbie. Sorry for that!)
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