Checked the source code of US Kotaku's front page lately? We didn't think to until we got a tip. Dante's Inferno ASCII art is buried with in it - along with one of six clues to unlock some kind of download.
Loyal reader Kyle K. pointed us out to the ASCII art in the front page source for Digg, and lo and behold, we checked and found an image in ours, too. (Kotaku's editorial operation had no knowledge this was being done.) They're also available in the front page sources for Daily Motion, the WWE, GameSpot, Games Radar IGN and presumably others, as the clue in our source code is the same as the one in GameSpot's. Just load the front, go to your view menu and hit "view source" you'll see it after some scrolling.
The ASCII art directs you to this site, where you enter the password you found and then go off in search of the other five. For brevity's sake, here they are:
Password 1: excommunicate (found on Digg)
Password 2: scythe (found on IGN)
Password 3: grafter (found on GameSpot and Kotaku)
Password 4: styx
Password 5: unbaptized (found on Games Radar)
Password 6: alighieri (found on WWE)
What do you get? Well, as of publication, the server for this page is utterly overwhelmed. I plugged in the correct answers and was treated to a 189MB mystery download that, at this rate, will take until tomorrow to finish. My guess is it's a trailer of some sort, but who knows. When I find out, I'll update here. Meantime, enjoy the pretty ASCII images.