@Richard.Hein: somebody in Canada call that number and see who answers.
LOL, it would be awesome if it was the GG's phone number but that area code would be 613.
It's 33 bits, which is a bit odd. I tried to see if it might be Morse code (0 = dot, 1 = dash, or vice versa), but without spaces it's hard to decode. I converted this code to C# and tried to use it to decode the potential Morse code, but I didn't find anything. It could still be Morse code, but I haven't looked long enough. Here's the C# version, for those who are interested.
A wavy band across the bottom, inscribed with zeros and ones, represents a flow of information, digital communication and modern media.
More here (as the original link), but 10 out of 10 for effort
Maybe it isn't intended to mean anything, but it might be fun to do some analysis on it anyway. That the code is short and symmetric does mean that any analysis can easily end up synthesizing meaning that wasn't intended to be there but is simply a by-product of a particular transformation. Still, it would be a shame if no meaning was intended.
There could be a hidden easter egg meaning (perhaps a palindrome? )
You made the mistake of presuming that Canadians can write or even understand binary representation, even with a calculator.
The duals of David Johnston on this side were killed and even scalped in the 1770's which is really the way it should be.
@Proton2:gimmeadolla (aka, Beer28, aka loads of other user IDs) is a regular troll here. Look forward to further rants about any country that is not the USA, as well as about Microsoft generally.
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