A lot of time language like this is used intentionally for added effect. And then every time something like this happens "idiot kids" are derided for not having any skill. Yet a company like Groupon with salaried technical engineers failed to defend themselves. If we're defending our networks against idiot kids then we're covered, but if we take away from this that sometimes there are some skilled individuals involved, maybe we will take security a little more seriously.
Also it probably helped that there has been a lot of talk recently about this area in the news, in this article making it to the front page.
There's a VintageEx bundle that extends Vintage mode with more vim-ness. It still lacks vim-surround which is a no-go for me, and there are a few differences in behavior (off-by-one mostly) that constantly throw me off.
I love Sublime and have been using it since the beginning of this year but I'm really worried about getting too "invested" in it because it isn't released under a Free Software license.
My old emacs.d still sits in my home folder because I have this fear that Sublime will just stop being supported tomorrow and I would have no choice but to go back to emacs.
I really just wish emacs had an amazing mixed mode, it's the only thing that even made me try out Sublime. All the php mixed modes I tried were really bad and I do a lot of work in PHP/HTML mixed view files.