[Geowanking] orkut data mining
anthony at nycwireless.net
Wed Feb 25 08:41:33 PST 2004
though it reminded me at first glance of some of the awful maps of the
Internet that came out of MIDs in the mid 1990s. all kinds of
overlapping symbols, etc etc
On Feb 22, 2004, at 3:17 PM, michael at spacebrain.net wrote:
> I actually think it shows the power of data mining with simple tools.
> function first - looks later.
> We could now target orkut users and convince them to spend their time
> doing more productive things than kindergarten friendshipping. Maybe
> could makes friends with someone in the 3rd world, find out what their
> problems are and help them have a better life.
> Now can we do something like this to track what our redundant
> employees (FBI, CIA, ATF, NSA, DHS) are up to? I work too hard to see
> tax dollars wasted on war and tracking of terrorists. I'm sure these
> groups are spending m(b)illons of taxpayer dollars to build similar
> systems to watch taxpayers. Lets focus on something positive for a
> instead of generating fear and waste.
> thanks gen at kanai.net
> please don't flame - I don't have time to waste
>> wow... that map violates just about every principle of good
>> cartographic design
>> sometimes i wish people would think about aesthetics a little bit
>> instead of being so data-obsessed
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