cargill 2.0 beta (codenamed: “MacLaren Cargill”) is a boy

Cargill 2.0 Beta is just about feature complete. We have even determined an operating codename: MacLaren. (We’re still working on a middle name. We have an excellent candidate, but we are open to suggestions.)

We also learned today that it’s a boy! (as scientifically documented and peer-reviewed below).

MacLaren Cargill

A pensive MacLaren Cargill rests chin on fist and ponders the importance of 2 Samuel 7 to Second Temple period Jewish concepts of messianism.

MacLaren Cargill

MacLaren Cargill covers his eyes at the sight of a nurse's Yankees hat. Go Sox!

MacLaren Cargill

MacLaren Cargill responding to the question: How many books are in the Pentateuch?

MacLaren Cargill

MacLaren Cargill has a big head like his father. Head! Pants! Now!

MacLaren Cargill

Yep, it's a boy. Atten-tion!

MacLaren Cargill

Peer-review confirmation. Boy.

announcing cargill 2.0 – a new digital humanities project coming soon

Cargill Ultrasound

Cargill 2.0 appears in center, head up over abdomen (legs hidden) with both arms raised waiving at the camera.

Cargill 2.0 is in the early stages of development, but should launch in early August 2011.

This new generation of Cargill includes a younger, thinner version of Cargill, with completely integrated social networking capabilities and more hair than the existing version of Cargill.

The lead developer on the Cargill 2.0 project is Roslyn Cargill, who will serve as project manager in consultation with invested partner Robert Cargill, who provided seed money for the project (sorry couldn’t resist).

Anywho, we’re having a baby.

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