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July 07, 2006

They're watching us... But not that closely.

From Homelandstupidity.us...

The U.S. Air Force, completely bogged down with information overload trying to read every blog in the world, will pay $450,000 to Versatile Information Systems Inc. to have the company develop a means of sorting out the most important new information being posted to weblogs.

According to the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, the study will follow the hyperlinks in and between blogs to find what is being linked to most frequently. This will help to find the most important or newsworthy information at any point in time.

According to the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, the study will follow the hyperlinks in and between blogs to find what is being linked to most frequently. This will help to find the most important or newsworthy information at any point in time.


So, you know, don't watch what you say... This article goes on to talk about how it would be so much easier to just use digg.com (Link), Technorati (Link), or del.icio.us (Link) to follow such activity. Whatever -- another fleecing of America.

(Link - Homelandstupidity.us)

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