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One vengeful info-ninja to another, neither and both. 
It comes down to eagerness to please and paranoia 
about who is pleasing whom.  People often fail 
Turing Tests.  Doctorow also falls victim to his 
own biases by not remembering that gamingGoogle 
is just as much fun as writing ontologically 
committed advertisements in RDF.  Whoo! Whoo!

The article on Google bombing in which FansOfBush 
bombed KerryPages until KerryNinjas bought the AdSense 
words for the bombs says much about this topic. That 
was brilliant.

Don't bet the farm on a computer's opinion.  For 
every radar gun someone invents a radar detector 
and the infoArmsRace continues to another day of 
profit and chagrin.   As I said to Elliotte, the 
problem of computer negotiation is getting the 
mammals to accept the results.


From: Didier PH Martin [mailto:martind@netfolder.com]

Just to throw some oil on the fire :-)


What is better, Google's lies or web publisher's lies? Who knows?


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