ActiveRecord goes l33t. You can now interpret everything that ActiveRecord reads into l33t speak. Check it out the official ActiveRecord 1337 page here.


irb(main):002:0> t=Topic.create :title=>’The Sword Of Shannara’, :author_name=>’Terry Brooks’ => #Topic:0xb78a0060 @errors=#<ActiveRecord::Errors:0xb789f368 @errors={}, @base=#<Topic:0xb78a0060 ...>, @attributes={“author_name”=>”Terry Brooks”, “title”=>”The Sword Of Shannara”, “type”=>nil, “id”=>3, “approved”=>true, “replies_count”=>0, “bonus_time”=>nil, “content”=>nil, “written_on”=>nil, “author_email_address”=>nil, “parent_id”=>nil, “last_read”=>nil}, @new_record=false> irb(main):003:0> t.author_name => “70rrj 8r00X5” irb(main):004:0> t.title => “7h3 5\/\/0rd 0|= 5h4nn4r4” irb(main):005:0>

Too bad it’s not near April, otherwise it’d be a great April fools joke. ;)