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    It still amuses me that symbolics.com was the first .com. Lisp really was ahead of the curve on everything ;-)

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      Does anyone know what broken.net used to be? Right now it’s oddly enough just a simple website with the word “hello” and nothing else.

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        Maybe that’s the entire point. It’s a broken implementation of a web server.

        EDIT: well, after some sleuthing I’ve found that it runs on nginx/1.13.6

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          But the server works fine, spits out a valid page, HTTP 200 and everything. It’s just that the page is nothing more than literally “hello” in plaintext (not even HTML).

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            I assume that it’s so reliable that when it breaks, probably the network is broken.