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For example Twitter, where gazillions of bots [type A] follow other equally superfluous but nevertheless very busy bots [type B] that automatically generate 27% valuable content (links to p-nis enlargement tools) and 73% not exactly exciting girly chatter (breeding demand for cheap viag-a).
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from Fidel 1555 Days ago #
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If nothing else, this piece is worthy of the "Blog Title of the Year" Award! :)



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from Sebastian 1554 Days ago #
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Thanks for the sphinns, folks!

Some good news: I got in touch with Brizzly, they'll revamp their ThingFetcher bot to make it act less aggressive.




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