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uziiuzair
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Our local travel app went super geeky.

For an "Ad" this is probably really bad because the general public wouldn't even bother checking the binary. + nothing actually happened when I opened the notification. ๐Ÿ™„

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    No, I'm not.
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    Sure ( อก° อœส– อก°)
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    01000001 01101100 01110111 01100001 01111001 01110011
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    Is it sad that I can glance at that and it takes me 1/4 second to know what it says? Even if you don’t know ascii like the back of my hand you can look at the middle three and see the relative value and that basically tells you enough information to assume the full meaning
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    @FrodoSwaggins that's actually pretty freakin cool!! Back in high school I did try to learn a few sequences just for the heck of it, but apart from the letter A, I wouldn't know any other binary sequence.
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    @uziiuzair for capital letters, it’s based on 65 so that’s just one bit set and then offset by one so it’s trivial. But even if you don’t know You can glance at that and if your first guess was READY (which mine was) then you can see that the second letter is 4 more than the third and the fourth is 3 more. So with dead reckoning you can confirm your guess.
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    @FrodoSwaggins that's a pretty cool observation.
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    Well, for saying this is probably really bad for an ad, you have given them some good publicity.. So technically they did achieve their goal..
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    For what?
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    Screenshoted screen
    Scanned image in Google Translate Copied binary text
    Converted to a ascii text on a website
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