An SSL Haiku
Tim Callan has decided to wax poetic with an SSL haiku. If nothing else, it's a reminder of the ancient Japanaese art.
Okay folks, here's an SSL haiku. Quick reminder on the rules of the haiku, as adapted for Western language: The first line has five syllables and names a thing. The second line has seven syllables and makes a statement about the thing. The third line echoes the first -- five syllables and renames the same thing in a different way.
The little padlock
Nove 18, 2007 Update: Apparently, the SSL haiku was so well loved that he decided to come up with another one:
Over the past year and a half, I've created close to 200 entries for The SSL Blog. None has garnered more feedback than my SSL haiku. I'm not sure what to conclude from that, but I do know a good thing when I see one. So to please the people, I am proud to debut a second SSL haiku. And what topic is more appropriate for the second ever SSL haiku than Extended Validation SSL?
Fights phishing powerfully
Green bar in IE
Originally posted on Sat Jun 23, 2007