Thursday, June 18, 2009

Ive been exploring the internet these last two days, and i've found some pretty weird stuff.

the first thing was a stumbled upon something which had copy-pasted my blog through a english-french translator. I was searching for 'confessions of a cyber-hobo' and it got that before this site, (although returns this site now) they have discarded all but the title on the actual page now, but here is a copy-paste from the google cache:

confessions of a cyberhobo: grails Day 1 in some measure 2

15 juin 2009

Class Trip {String fictitious. Airline airline}class Airline{ plague constraints = { } String denominate String url String frequentFlyer String notes plague hasMany = [trip:Trip] }and all the other shove upstanding as the tutorial requires. I start up grails and glance at to localhost:8080/trip-planner/I discover an offload catalogue of trips, including the brand-new Airline area. thats uncommon. so I click on ‘create new’ and arise:Error 500: Error processing GroovyPageView: Error executing drag along with by: org.codehaus.groovy.grails.web.pages.exceptions.GroovyPagesException: Error evaluating pathos [tripInstance?.airline?.id] on tactics [34]:


why doesn’t discern the characteristic airline? looking at the stockpile beaten path is unjaundiced more horrendous: by belittling by org.codehaus.groovy.grails.web.pages.exceptions.GroovyPagesException


when you arise an slip-up you don’t know the sooner up is alway sample all the undeniable things and upon it goes away. 3 more this is an outrageously criptic slip-up.

What is the deal with this? it's done with wordpress and all about pages, etc and left on the default french-canadian settings. is this some sort of link farming opperation? there are no links back to the original articles.

maybe they are duplicating blogs which link to them, plus a smoke screen of other blogs, so it doesn't look too suspucious? you could detect this, by crawling the page for links and seeing where they all point.

also, i've found an exciting new keyword: bootstrapping. this is an old term for a impossible task ("pull your self up by your bootstraps"), a less old computer term, and a new marketing term.

it's bootstrap marketting which is the new term for me. do a google search, there are millions of people talking about "bootstrapping"

back to the first bootstrap website who made it and what is it's purpose? I'm not sure. the only generality I can see is that it's often articles about bootstrap marketing and other website optimisation stuff...

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