October 21 2006 9:37 PM EDT
well I was playing around with the IP addresses today, and I noticed that CB2's IP is:
and I remember that CB1's IP was:
So naturally, I wondered what was on:
And it came back with a page that said "hello world!"
Any ideas what it might be?
That is controlled by an evil I.E. plotting the down fall of all middle management! Beware World!!
October 21 2006 10:52 PM EDT
whoa! thats dangerous thinking.
That there be the greatest existance known to man-kind.
The domain of CHUCK NORRIS!
October 22 2006 11:50 PM EDT
nope im pretty sure thats just some crazy person saying hi to everyone
October 23 2006 5:34 AM EDT
thanks mitt, I have added the addresses to the cbstuff forum contact list :)
October 23 2006 6:04 AM EDT
Hehe it looks like one of the string of phrases they gave me when I was starting C++ programming, it was a DOS prompt I think that said hello world, it might be an international electronics conspiracy oO
October 23 2006 1:58 PM EDT
Yup, hello world is a phrase from all manner of tutorials, a hello world program was the first step for pretty much every programming language I've tried to learn. A friend of mine even found a Hello World OS that boots up, displays "hello world" and then shuts down, or somesuch. Its even used for 30th-century fabbers
With that in mind, my guess is that page is from some guy that did the tutorial, then gave up on the web hosting buisness. I bet he's really confused as to why he's getting so many hits lately.
October 23 2006 7:29 PM EDT
What I find more intriguing is the .113 IP and especially the hostname that goes with it...
Aaargh, I thought the guy was finally gone from the net. Do something, ban the use of the words Chuck and Norris next December ;)
But then we wouldn't be able to talk about any kind of normal Chuck or Norris. :(
Hello World! is so basic. :P It only takes a month to learn how to program basic games (at least in C++)
I remember making my first 'Hello World!' program. =D
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