Table of Contents | 8 October 2001
"Witch magic is for girls. A boy with talent studies with a warlock. Different techniques, different spells, different purposes."
Steganography is the dark cousin of cryptography, the use of codes. While cryptography provides privacy, steganography is intended to provide secrecy. . . . For true secrecy, you don't want anyone to know you're sending a message at all.
We have altered each other more thoroughly / Than moon or potions ever could. Tonight / The experiments in creating anger / Escaped control.
Now, the first-ever CD of songs to inspire and enthuse the public towards space exploration . . . is being produced . . . and it seeks to stir the hearts and minds of space-enthused individuals towards the National Space Society's mission.
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