If there's one thing I've ever got close to being (in)famous for, it's about 3 years ago. SEGA-16's lead author, Ken Horowitz, wrote a detailed article covering possible links between Sonic 3 and Michael Jackson (link here!), and it's well worth a read. My only critisism is that he does neglect to stress the importance of the samples found inside the Sonic 3 ROM, but this doesn't detract from the insightfulness of the article. In other news, a recent project headed up by Armada (of Project 'Mozart' fame) called 'Sofia' aims to encourage the concept of shared source code within the hacking community. This is worth a look if you want to see some real examples of Assembly programming in action. There is also a pinned thread on the forum.