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Over the past forty-eight hours, the Halo community has been discussing the appearance (or rather, the discovery) of cortana.org, whose site contains what could be the sixth "Cortana Letter." When the Cortana Letters appeared on the scene in 1999, they were the subject of much discussion amongst the Marathon Community, as well as the entire gaming community at large. Bungie has always been cryptic in their promotions, often promoting discussion and confusion amongst their fans in an effort to rile them up with excitement for their upcoming games.
Known to hide things amongst public messages and cryptic posts to fan forums, Bungie has always been shrouded in mystery, keeping much to themselves. The Cortana Letters in the summer of 1999 marked what could only be a new high in their craft of creating mystery. While a whois search on the Cortana.org domain results in ownership by a member of bungie.org, one can only wonder what to make of a recent post to the forums at halo.bungie.org suggesting that the ownership was taken at the behest of another, possibly a Bungie employee. What does it all mean? Only time will tell.
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