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Social Media, Cyber Warfare & Cyber-Economics

Friday, September 16th, 2011

This is an interesting 2011 interview covering  the connections between  web/Internet social media, terrorism, cyber-terrorism, cyber warfare, and our global economy. With 2011 being a banner year for large commercial enterprise cyber-hacks (i.e. Sony & Epsilon breaches)  cyber warfare is clearly expanding into global-economic-cyber-warfare – lots to consider within this realm… Should you care? (pause Continue reading →

Is Google-Bot gamed?

Thursday, March 17th, 2011

Is Google-Bot gamed?** Is web-SPAM a ‘bot’ problem, an ‘indexing problem’, a content provider problem, or a user problem? NOTE – this is probably a problem for any search engine – it just so happens that a Google-bot log entry caught my eye in this instance… Imagine your doctor NOT treating you for a diagnosed Continue reading →

Data Mining – Web Content Spammers & Blekko

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

Have you noticed how the quality of pages that search engines are leading you to has/is declining?  Wonder why? [Lots of questions  in this post…] A partial answer:  content farms – web sites where articles are created based on hot topics; articles typically provide minimal useful information, are heavy with SEE (search-engine-enticements) but pages are Continue reading →

GeoIP e-mail greylisting examples

Friday, October 8th, 2010

Are you getting enough SPAM? 🙂 Based on recent reports (~10/2010) the top purveyors of E-mail SPAM (SPAM = junk, malicious, annoying, just plain bad, un-wanted e-mail messages) continue world-wide operations.   The amount of SPAM network traffic is simply excessive (estimates from various sources typically indicate that 80+% of all e-mail is SPAM.) Sometimes Continue reading →

ct manifesto @ 10

Thursday, July 2nd, 2009

2009 – Several interesting points (with my brief comments in bold print with (DR) following the comment) that are still relevant and some seem to be mushrooming. 1999 – The Clue Train Manifesto # 1 Markets are conversations. # 2 Markets consist of human beings, not demographic sectors. # 3 Conversations among human beings sound Continue reading →

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