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There's also a Firefox extension  and the opportunity is there for someone to make extensions for the other browsers.
(also, the comments in the source of the root page, http://www.hasthelhcdestroyedtheearth.com/)
Wait, does that say "robots"? This is how it starts people, with a robot creating a humans.txt text file, posing as a friendly Googler. Bill Joy must feel so vindicated now.
Yes, I know it's an ironic request.
Personally I say fuck it.. While machine-parseable would be nice, that's not the point of this file.
More creativity without some sort of YAML constraint. In the HTML5 Boilerplate ours has effing stars, bro: https://github.com/paulirish/html5-boilerplate/blob/master/h...
"Paul Irish last updated this text on May 6, 2011 using the Standard Grammar."
Stackoverflow was probably not the right place for the question so it got closed with extreme prejudice.
Probably should've tried LessWrong
Toaster jokes aside, I doubt AIs will identify more with primitive search engines than other sapients.
That seems to be a fundamental problem with humans.txt: The bigger, more interesting a project gets, it creates several reasons why it will only vaguely be able to lost anything, out of a conflict of interest, rather than give full credit to the team behind the site.
Server: sffe 
http://www.google.com/notaurl - is also served via sffe.
http://josephscott.org/archives/2010/11/user-agent-sniffing-... - as are the js libraries they serve.
http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=2280319 - @dmaz seems to think it's google's static resource server.