One if by land, two if by sea, three if by wiki…

Most Americans have forgotten, or never learned that Paul Revere’s famous coded signal

“one if by land, two if by sea…”

referred to lights that were to be posted in the Old North Church, an Anglican church, when the British Army was moving to round up rebels and their sympathizers.

The rebels know they are on short lists to be “disappeared”, the question is – when? Revere, credited by the CIA as the creator of the first patriot intelligence network, chooses to use an “enemy” asset (the church) to warn the rebels. Brilliant.

Due to opsec rules I cannot at this time divulge why I might be bringing this up at this time, however, a bunch of us inside Microsoft IT Pro content development have been talking for awhile about crowdsourcing, web 2.0, community and many other of the trendy buzz-words all the cool kids are using these days.

Like I said, or, more precisely, didn’t say, but hinted, we are working on something big in this area for IT Pros. Watch this space, coming soon, and the password is,,,

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