If you don't know Zack Whittaker, friends, he's the tireless (and bearded, though in hindsight apparently most of us at ZDNet are) fellow we have planted in the rolling hills of England to ensure that you have a fresh batch of technology news every morning.
Lately, he has been on a tear covering the antics of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who managed to place himself in an international standoff with the British government by claiming asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy. The Brits, of course, are waiting with bated breath for him to try to make an escape.
Just how could he do that? Well, Zack shared the answer with Reuters.
Here's a listen:
All in good fun, of course!
If you're interested in his and others' ongoing coverage, read on:
- UK's Ministry of Justice website attacked in Assange protest
- Assange's options: How could he escape the UK? (The inspiration for the video above!)
- Wikileaks' Assange gives media statement in London: photos
- Wikileaks founder Julian Assange granted asylum by Ecuador
- Assange asylum bid: UK 'threatens to assault' Ecuador embassy in London