[FoRK] News monitoring (was a topic now long lost)
gstock at nexcerpt.com
Thu Feb 12 08:14:57 PST 2015
For those monitoring bureaucratic stresses at DOJ... as if on cue:
...just went 301 to:
...went 404, and remains blissfully unaware of:
Somebody missed some mapping opportunities there!
...which is the pattern picking up steam as a possible new standard.
Unfortunately, although Maine and Indiana South took that cue:
...New Mexico and Florida North moved instead to:
So... discipline remains a limited commodity ;-)
On 2/10/15 8:54 PM, Gary Stock wrote:
> Another example: last June, pretty much all 80+ Justice Department/US
> Attorney press pages went silent. No new postings for six months.
> Late last year, a few came back; in the past two weeks, most of the
> rest have recovered.
> Somehow, the indictments, convictions, and consumer warnings of Q3 and
> Q4 2014 were not as worthy of publicity as before! Conspiracy theory,
> anyone? ;-)
> On 2/10/15 5:22 PM, Ken Meltsner wrote:
>> Good article about a remarkable approach. I've noticed some of this
>> -- non-opaque URL features as a rough measure of quality -- but this
>> is certainly a deeper insight into the problem.
>> On Tue, Feb 10, 2015 at 4:00 PM, Gregory Alan
>> Bolcer<greg at bolcer.org> wrote:
>>> This is still one of my favorite articles. I wote a script just
>>> last week
>>> to generate patterns of things we don't want. Using a few
>>> it's exploded to over 24,000 things, but that's still significantly
>>> than the 250,000 more specific patterns that get automatically
>>> *I will answer email promptly, not tag for later reply and forget. I
>>> answer email promptly, not tag for later reply and forget...*
>>> Resondez vous, svp. Nah, just kidding. Continue w/ your whiteboard
>>> exercise. :-)
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