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Current Topic: Miscellaneous

RE: YouTube - NFL Fantasy Files: The Best Players
Topic: Miscellaneous 3:53 am EST, Jan 30, 2009

Wow. That is insane. I honestly don't care if CGI was used or not it doesn't diminish the wow factor of these vids.

I'll take some more of these.

RE: YouTube - NFL Fantasy Files: The Best Players

Memestreams users on FriendFeed?
Topic: Miscellaneous 9:06 am EDT, May 29, 2008

I wondering if any of the members of the are also active on Friendfeed? If you are look me up so I can connect with you there as well. Thanks

Tsudohnimh's Friendfeed

Memestreams users on FriendFeed?

RE: AP Recommendations?
Topic: Miscellaneous 7:15 pm EDT, Sep 15, 2007

This is actually for a home to support 4 clients. I've used Linksys for years and love them but I'm just curious as to what else is worth looking at.

I normally run WPA2 PSK AES or WPA2 Radius. I'm mostly concerned with stability, coverage, and longevity. I also love the multiple SSID's with HP/Cisco's but I can't justify the cash to put one in my home.

I've also played with 3rd party firmware's with linksys products but decided to play it safe. I appreciate the continued input.

RE: AP Recommendations?

AP Recommendations?
Topic: Miscellaneous 2:31 am EDT, Sep 15, 2007

Simply put I want your recommendations for Access Points.

I need to replace my AP and I'm wanting to explore some different options. I figured Memestreams would be a good place to get informed advice. I've got plenty of experience with the enterprise class HP's and Cisco APs as well as the SOHO market usual suspects...Linksys, Dlink, and Netgears but I want your recommendations.

Their are a ton of vendors from Buffalo to Aruba and I'd like to know what you think.

Thanks in advance.

Re: Your Resume
Topic: Miscellaneous 6:31 pm EDT, Apr 24, 2007

This is one of the funniest posts I've ever read. The blogger at was given the task of hiring a security guy. The job was posted on some online sites and the resume deluge began. After seeing the results he decided to write an open letter to the applicants. In his words "turns out I hate everyone".

My favorite excerpts:

Once again the title is “Sr Security Engineer”, that means don’t email me from your AOL account.

I understand you may not want to email your resume from your current employer, that’s fine, but if you don’t have at least one external email address you can get securely to, you’re not a “security guy” in the first place, go away.

You sent your resume today at 8:38AM, 11:13AM and 5:15PM, I deleted all 3 at 9:22PM.

It’s 2006, don’t put “proficient with a hammer” on your resume...DOS 5.x 6.x.

I was laughing so hard at this post that my wife woke up and wondered what was going on. I hope you enjoy.

Re: Your Resume

Would the real blog please stand up
Topic: Miscellaneous 4:59 pm EDT, Mar 12, 2007

Since I don't make time to duplicate my posts and I can't currently integrate my feed into my memestreams blog I'd like to invite you to find my posts at


Would the real blog please stand up

An important privacy question
Topic: Miscellaneous 12:50 am EDT, Oct 23, 2006

Please read and rerecommend. I want this to get as much coverage on the site as possible, and I want feedback.

Currently the privacy policy says that your reputation tables are private. This reflects the fact that I think what you read ought to be your own business.

However, what you recommend is not exactly the same as what you read, and this is reflected in the reputation data. When you recommend something you are telling the site that you like it. Telling the site implies that you don't mind the site knowing. In fact, you want the site to know. If I do a little digging I can see who you got an article from, directly. This is a bit of an oversite. Something that can be "matured" out of the code. Thats one direction to go in from here. Keep the reputation data as private as possible.

However, if I monitor the site, and I see a certain person recommend an article, and then you rerecommend it, I'll know where you got it from. I do this often enough, in an automated fashion, for long enough, and I'll get a pretty good understanding of who you are reading. The site can't protect you from this. By recommending articles you are making them public. By making them public, you are giving up some of your privacy.

The only way to truely protect the fact that you are reading someone's recommendations is to never recommend their recommendations. They will still show up in the agent, but this information, I think, is private and ought to stay that way.

However, and as I've hopefully illustrated, the recommendations are public in a very real way. What I want to ask the site is if the recommendation DATA ought to be public too.

The reason I want to ask you this is because Rattle has assembled another visualization. This visualization is interactive. You can see a graph of the people who are highly connected to you, click on their names, and see a graph of the people who are highly connected to them, and so on.

Right now this data is amusing but not all that rich. There are about 15 people who regularily post to the site, and they hold all the reputation capital. Everyone's graphs look pretty similar, because we are all really recommending content from the same 15 people, even those of us who don't often recommend content and who aren't often read.

This is going to change.

As this site scales, clusters are going to form. I think the one that currently exists will always exist, but there will be others. People will begin to have different perspectives on the data, based on their interests. Thats what this site is designed to do.

And as those different communities of interest begin to form, the maps of the reputation data rattle is developing will become richer, and you will be able to surf through MemeStreams via the reputation system, hopping from person to person in search of interesting ideas.

I think this is a very compelling feature set, and I want to enable it. But, I've promised to keep your reputation data private. All of it. This promise may not have been very well thought out, but I did make it. So I can only break it with your permission, and that is what I am asking for.

I want to publish your recommendation related reputation data. Your clickthrough related reputation data will stay private. What is published is the number of times you have rerecommended articles from another person on the site, in the form of a graph.

Its similar to the graph on the "Visualizing Memestreams" page, but it is labelled, and interactive.

An important privacy question

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