Dante’s Inferno ASCII Viral Marketing Scheme Attacks Source Code of Popular Sites

Dante’s Inferno ASCII art has popped up in the source code of some of the most popular websites on the web, including Digg, IGN and Kotaku. All of the art links to the same Dante’s Inferno website, so the source of the coding is definitly not a secret.

Appearing in the source code of these popular sites are apparent attempts at viral marketing through the use of ASCII art in the very fabric of the websites themselves. Images of demons appearing in the very margins of the Internet.

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