‘Wisdom of Crowds’ is Surprisingly Dumb
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The InformationWeek Blog
San Francisco Chronicle columnist David Lazarus noted last week that ZabaSearch.com, a search engine for personal information both sensitive and mundane, plans this Thursday to roll out a blogging service.
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It distressed me to find that someone associated with your firm felt the need to use the comments section of my blog (http://funkywoodjam.blogspot.com) as an advertising vehicle (the specific comment can be viewed at http://funkywoodjam.blogspot.com/2005/09/moments-of-irony.html). While I am sure that my service provider (http://www.blogger.com) has some guidelines regarding commercial use of their site, I am personally offended by this attempt to co-opt my personal space on the web for commercial advertising. I have taken the necessary steps to prevent this from happening in the future, should the method being used to post comments be automatic, and while there are steps I can take to prevent an actual person from doing this, I would prefer to not raise the security level required to post comments. Please do not force me to do this or pursue this matter any further.
In five years, the currently burgeoning manga sections in bookstores will dwindle to two or three shelves…and the titles on the specialized anime racks in places like Suncoast Video will merge back in with science-fiction or animated titles. The boomlet of interest in Japanese graphic culture will have died.
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