Tuesday, January 02, 2007

The gene for L33tness is isolated

We often look at the younger generation and nervously ascribe their innate proficiency with technology to something genetic. (I for one welcome our new preschooler overlords). Just occasionally, they let their guard down and we see the proof that this ability is truly, frighteningly, fundamental to their very being.

...Without any tuition, or indeed knowledge of the Internet subculture, my son Liam speaks fluent l33t with his fridge magnets.


Anonymous said...

Good to see you're back online. Happy new year.

m said...

Couldn't find your email address so here's the link to that video I was talking about: http://www.shoutfile.com/v/gsfsscpr/