Thursday, April 27, 2006
The judge who handed down the ruling in the "Da Vinci Code" litigation has left behind some code of his own, according to reporters who have since studied the opinion. First to be clued in was a New York Times reporter. Next on the trail was Dan Tench, a UK media lawyer, who noticed something weird about the judge's choice of font. The judge confirms that digging deeper is a good idea. Beyond that, 'tis still a puzzlement.
[Cross posted to The Seamless Web].