What is Embedded Art?

What is Embedded Art?

You have heard or even watched the news earlier about the plane crash in Austin, Texas.
And now you have something on your mind about the Embedded Art, and what is its connection to the incident.

Embedded Art was actually a firmware and software development company, specializing in process control and automation. EmbeddedArt.com is a website that is said to be linked to the Austin plane crash. It has been taken down in compliance with the request from the FBI. If you happen to visit the website, you will see this message:

This website has been taken offline due to the sensitive nature of the events that transpired in Texas this morning and in compliance with a request from the FBI. Even though the customer went over his bandwidth limit long ago, we have added credit to his account to keep this site live…

Regards,
T35 Hosting – www.T35.com

Why Embedded Art has been linked to the Austin plane crash?

There’s what they said to be a suicide note of a man named Joseph Andrew Stack. Joe Stack was said to be the pilot of the plane who wrote the lengthy note. You can read Stack’s full statement here.

I made a Google image search on Embedded Art, and found the image on the left. I’m not sure if that’s the logo of the company, but the image is directed to the website. Read also this related article: EmbededArt.com – A Fake Manifesto of Joe Stack?

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Bert Padilla

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