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Per­sonas shows you how the In­ter­net sees you

Fri­day 21 Au­gust 2009 02:43

MIT has a nice gad­get. It ap­par­ent­ly search­es the in­ter­net for a name and gen­er­ates a kind of tag­cloud for how it has mapped what it found to some pre­de­fined cat­e­gories. Just to show how it prob­a­bly comes up with in­ac­cu­rate re­sults. I don't re­al­ly un­der­stand the cat­e­gories, and why they didn't use the way more use­ful div­ina­tion sym­bols. The cat­e­go­ry "on­line" is a bit ob­vi­ous, and the big "le­gal" block seems to be caused by hav­ing a cre­ative com­mons copy­right state­ment on every page of my blog. The rest is a blur.


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