Once upon a time... a long, long time ago... in a land far away...
KingArthur.com was born.
The land was known as cyberspace. The road to take you
there -- the information superhighway.
Two strange strangers bumped packets together. They thought
conducting a spirit experiment might be a fun thing to do. Before you knew it,
all sorts-of strangers were bumping packets together. The kingdom grew.
What started out as a spirit experiment ended up taking on a form of
its own. As the experiment initiated at the dawning of the world
wide web, one of the strangers took on the role as
a pioneer webmaster. Since there was no one to rule over, the first webmaster
called himself webdrone. Another of the strangers was
like Merlin... a magical scientist. They agreed to work together.
The servants set out to build a web server.
Without ever seeing each other, nor hearing each other's voice,
the scientist guided the webdrone through the process of building
a linux based webserver. Eventually, it came time for the servants
to name their server.
Having never spoken, the foolish webdrone didn't even know how
to pronounce linux... and thought it was lion-ex.
So, he suggested to name it as a linux godess, "Lionesse."
The wise scientist thought the webdrone meant to name it after
the land Guinevere hailed from, "Lyonesse."
... and, their first server was born.
Soon, the servers multiplied like bunny rabbits. For whatever
reason, the naming stayed on the theme and brought forth servers
such as Ygraine, Lancelot, Mordred, Gawain, Parsifal and so on...
The webdrone thought it would be sacreligious to name a server
King Arthur, until one day when the scientist made a suggestion.
"Since we have all these servers with Arthurian names, don't you
think we should register KingArthur.com?"
Lo and behold, this domain began going under the name.
But, what vision should be shown to a viewer of this domain?
For years, nothing seemed appropriate. Nevertheless,
the audience persisted. The servants started throwing mud
against the wall to see what would stick. Because the servants
didn't like taking IQ tests (or being asked about their IQ's),
it was natural for an anti-IQ test to evolve on the wall of their
cave... er, a...
perhaps de-evolve would be a better word?
For years thereafter, the anti-IQ test has de-evolved.