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Congrats Bryn

Props to my pal Bryn over the issuance of his patent for a secure distributed random number generator ...which came out in 2003 but he just noticed, thanks to the new Google patent search.

He pointed out that I actually implemented the thing in java (this was for the IP security layer in Sun's Javastation kernel), and my comments in the code actually appear at the end of the patent. Truel remarked

Just as exciting is the discovery that Rich used to write code that had comments...in html. I'm not even sure how to process it.


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