It occurs to me that my text masking program (see the menu entry above) can be used to disguise text files as valid html pages. Since the text input can also be itself an html page, it becomes possible to publish an html page on the internet that looks like one thing, but is actually a secret page, whose html can only accessed by unhiding with the correct plain_sight rule file. This, of course, creates the possibility of a new layer of deep web, a potential masquarade ball of hidden information. Not that I’ve done that here, or that I’ve any need to do that, but it is a stimulating premise.

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