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Last.fm input id outrage

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Aficionados of code profanity in which exasperated operatives embed their disaffection deep in their masters' source code will doubtless enjoy Last.fm's contribution to the genre, found hidden in this innocent-looking page.

A quick perusal of the source code reveals: <input id="safariIsWank" type="hidden" value="" /> - an assertion which will certainly offend those who worship at the altar of Apple.

We suspect this guerilla action might be a counter to the now-legendary opinion of Internet Explorer, as spotted by Google's Code Search facility:

F**king IE

Lovely. We look forward to a clandestine analysis of Firefox, complete with suitably non-flattering expletives. ®

Bootnote

Ta very much to Robbin Nichol for the tip-off.

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