scary things

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David Weinberger points out in "scary google"that google knows more than you think:

1. Go to google.com 2. Type in your phone number, in quotation marks 3. When it finds your name and address, click on "Maps" 4. You are here.

Meanwhile, what happens when you look at the collective mind of the surfers around you? Rob Flickenger writes in O'ReillyNet about "Tapping the alpha geek noosphere with EtherPEG".

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Why are we up so late? The scary things won't get you when you're sleeping.

well i am really intrested in this and this seems really cool and fun

Are there really things in space that can move and walk and talk and be green?

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THAT'S RETARTED

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