"There is some sort of perverse pleasure in knowing that it's basically impossible to send a piece of hate mail through the Internet without its being touched by a gay program. That's kind of funny.” -Eric Allman, creator of sendmail. The Advocate, 3 March 1998, p. 41.

@darius i'm not of a fan of sendmail, but this is an important and good fact


While I was at Mozilla, a group of us thought about doing a tshirt reading, "queer people worked on that browser you use to post hateful things about queer people."

@darius heck, there are even queer folks working on Brave.

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