THE NET; Web of INTRIGUE
Low, Bob, Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
PSSST - wanna know a secret? Listen carefully then. Go to the World Wide Web and learn something to your advantage.
If you thought government departments leaked like sieves, you haven't seen the WWW.
Like the Hidden Mickeys, for example. From Atlanta to Paris, the wacky world of Disney has spawned this in- depth study of Walt and company's subliminal advertising.
A hidden Mickey is a structure, a bit of landscape, or even something as simple as keyring, designed to reflect the Disney icon, Mickey Mouse.
This site explains where you can find the subliminal three bumps (head and two ears) at Disney resorts worldwide. If you spot one, you can add it.
THERE was a time when James Bond spent most of his time thwarting sneaky Russian agents from stealing military secrets, but he's well redundant.
Now the US Department of Defence put them on the Internet.
If you want to know about the next generation of nuclear submarines, or plans to redecorate and upgrade America's Cheyenne Mountain nuclear command centre, just pop over to the Department of Test and Evaluation.
They publish all the results of their tests on weapons systems in easy- to-access form.
JUST in case you can't find what you're looking for in the above, pop over to the Tactical Technical Office, home to America's newest military programmes.
You can find the latest in spy planes, or the next generation of unmanned warships and a dozen or so other projects. …