Saturday, February 04, 2006

You know... for kids!

The National Security Agency's Web Site for kids.

It's fun.

But... they know you've surfed there.

I'm all about the Foxxy Love cartoon character they've got. Her name is Rosetta Stone. Rosetta da bomb!

Did I say bomb? Leave me alone, NSA! I ain't got no bomb here. It's just a blog.

Seriously, nothing to see here. Keep moving...


At 12:30 AM , Blogger tifanie said...

Ok, wait- WHAT? How come we didn't get anything cool like that when we were kids? Had a cool cartoon told me I could have been an NSA cryptographer, my career path could have been so much easier! But when I was a kid, the NSA was this extremely shadowy entity that I only knew of because of my sometimes shadowy father and then did not hear of again until I started listening to Art Bell. So, exactly how do young people find this website? Do they have ads on Pop Tart boxes, too?

At 1:41 PM , Blogger Mike M. said...

I think that if you're under 10 years old and are googling the NSA on the Web, you're exactly who they want to reach.

A few weeks later, while you're trying to dig a whole to China in your backyard, one of their underground agents will contact you.

At 10:57 AM , Blogger adriana said...

I can't even imagine what I would be like if I had the internet as a kid.


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