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Spam Index, Shopping Catalog & Co. – An Introduction to Anti-Social Rationality

Do you want to be the #1 top result on Google? No, thank you. To many people this reaction might seem odd. Let me backtrack a little. Yesterday I alerted yet another person of the fact that I can see … Continue reading Continue reading

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Rational Media, Alternative Media + Mainstream Agendas

One point about rational media that deserves particular attention is that they do not require only one standard type of rationality. I will save this point for a future date. Today, I would like to entertain another issue: Alternatives. This … Continue reading Continue reading

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Language is a Communications Technology, not some SEO Tactic

When I first wrote about the Wisdom of the Language almost a decade ago, I realized that many people would probably think the idea was odd, and perhaps even revolutionary. I think perhaps I was also too much involved with … Continue reading Continue reading

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Search: What is it Good for?

Questions — what are they good for? Answers — what are they good for? Talk: What is it good for? We need to pay attention here: Does the end justify the means? Is your end goal the same end goal … Continue reading
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The Day Google Stopped Being a Search Engine

Google stopped being a search engine (for me) at the latest on May 10, 2006: What would you expect when you search for “credit card”? Visa, MasterCard, Citibank, American Express, etc. Not Creditcards.com, credit.com, good-credit-card.com, credit-cards-x.blogspot.com Of course Google had … Continue reading
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