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I'll let marckee dig out the original thread.
Hey Theo My sentences should be 'beamed-up' eh?
It was the first one I thought of, to be fair.
Although at the end they say it's not quite the same thing or something so who knows?
"A related explanation was put forward by the Guardian, which spoke to software engineer Isaul Vargas. He said he'd seen a video of these patterns - created by set-top box provider YouView - filmed at a conference.
However, when the BBC spoke to Mr Vargas he acknowledged he had been mistaken: "I found the video and when I re-watched it I found that wasn't the case, it had a different test pattern."
However, he added that he still thought that the patterns could be the result of some sort of automated tests."
though the BBC article is really dismissive of it being related to Selenium. If you ask me this has got automated script written all over it. Probably just left on and forgotten about.
"Locked behind a 1.99 euro ($2.76; £1.63) paywall and only accessible if you're in France, is a clip from the cartoon series Aqua Teen Hunger Force, in which the show's three anthropomorphic fast-food items - Frylock, Meatwad and Master Shake - fail to win a pub quiz."