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RE: ROR files in action - focusLook.com

RE:  ROR files in action  -  focusLook.com
Umm... isn't that what UDDI, metatags and so on 
do?  As Bob said, it's a spammer's wet dream. 
We are already at the point where if we put 
our email address in one article we publish, 
we have to discard it and start over.

What I want is a bot that follows that bot 
back to it's lair and nukes it at the door 
so the other bots have to step over its dead 
body as they go out on their nightly rounds. 
The Anti-Rorer.


From: Dom Vonarburg [mailto:dvonarbu@y...]
Sent: Thursday, May 19, 2005 3:06 PM

Don't you think there is a real need to be able to provide
well-defined information about objects on a website (
e.g. address, products, services, feeds, events,
review, etc) in a generic fashion?

Thanks for your, and anybody else's, comments.


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