Rival hackers are duking it out on the site of Matrix actor Harry Lennix. Lennix, who played Commander Lock in the second two films of the Matrix trilogy and more recently played Boyd in Joss Whedon's Dollhouse, maintains the site harrylennix.com. The site was defaced last week, and just a few days later was sprayed with digital …
Wow teh internetz is filled with interesting scandal today LOL
Does "the second two" make sense here? There were only three films after all.
As of 8am PST , it looks like the host of the website, www.ugogirlwebhosting.com , has also been compromised.
"second two films of the Matrix trilogy"
What are you talking about? Trilogy? There is only the one Matrix.
you would think a cool hacker would upload matrix style gifs or other animations but just hacked it with 1 word.......
#1 lesson to learn...........stupid hack.
No irony involved, because the website is/was owned by an *actor*.
The character who didn't believe in real-life hackers was, you know, made up. Not real. If he was, and he had owned the site, then you would have irony.
I think what you have here is Alanis Morissette.
Its running Frontpage ... need I say more?
it would certainly qualify as metafictional irony, because it self-consciously addresses the devices of fiction. ie - this is only interesting not because of the actor himself, but because there are hackers duking it out on the website of an actor whose character had no belief in the ability of hackers. it also has a dash of cosmic irony about it for the same reasons, whether lock is "made up" or not.
if you don't see the strange resonance in that, you have no imagination.
Why is the news?
Actor my ass! Famous? I don't think so. A legend in his own mind... certainly.
That's not irony.
You cannot be shown the Matrix....
This has all happened before. It will all happen again.
@ the 'only one matrix' posts
Obligatory XKCD post
More reet petite than hacker 133t
Typically a verdic of "boys will be boys" is usually passed in these situations however, the recklessness of this action is beyond comprehension.
2 Errors and 3 warnings on W3c's validator, there's no excuse for sloppy syntax!
konphlikt. Must try harder!