[NetBehaviour] Sculptor Gives a Hint For CIA's Kryptos.

marc garrett marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Mon Nov 22 11:33:33 CET 2010


Hi Dave,

I'm not registered either, but it showed me the whole article when I 
visited the web page. The stentence here (as mentioned) came from 
Slashdot.org

Wishing you well.

marc

> what was the whole sentence? (I'm not registered with the New York Times)
>
> dave
>
> On 22 November 2010 10:12, marc garrett<marc.garrett at furtherfield.org>  wrote:
>> Sculptor Gives a Hint For CIA's Kryptos.
>>
>> "The New York Times reports that Jim Sanborn, the sculptor who created
>> the wavy metal pane called Kryptos that sits in front of the CIA in
>> Langley, VA, has gotten tired of waiting for code-breakers to decode the
>> last of the four messages. 'I assumed the code would be cracked in a
>> fairly short time,' [Sanborn] said, adding that the intrusions on his
>> life from people who think they have solved his fourth puzzle are more
>> than he expected. So now, after 20 years, Mr. Sanborn is nudging the
>> process along. He has provided The New York Times with the answers to
>> six letters in the sculpture's final passage. The characters that are
>> the 64th through 69th in the final series on the sculpture read NYPVTT.
>> When deciphered, they read BERLIN." Slashdot.org
>>
>> more...
>> http://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/21/us/21code.html?_r=4&hp
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