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False Critique Detector

System for verifying dated "facts" on the Internet
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[edit] originally named "Psuedos Detector" -- How many inventions have been stolen with the phrase "That's already been done"? With the advent of "pseudos", we need a way to trust the origins and timestamps of our references and critiques.

Web bots are crawling through the internet all of the time to record changes. If we have a "read-only" access to the historical data, then we could have a method of verifying the dates so-called prior art.

Also, I would propose that "do (k)no(w) evil" Google be the benevolent keeper in these turbulent times.

[edit] Propaganda is the deliberate, systematic attempt to shape perceptions, manipulate cognitions, and direct behaviour to achieve a response that furthers the desired intent of the propagandist.

– Garth S. Jowett and Victoria O'Donnell, Propaganda And Persuasion

CoolSolutions, Jan 11 2008

Pseudo Internet Parlance http://en.wiktionar...g/wiki/Talk:pseudo-
Pseudo definition, 3rd paragraph [CoolSolutions, Jan 11 2008, last modified Jan 12 2008]

HB original idea AI_20Bot_20Email_20Friend
reference for original balf baked idea [CoolSolutions, Jan 11 2008]

Wayback Machine http://www.archive.org/
Snapshots of websites as they were in the past [imaginality, Jan 12 2008]

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       Pseu-DOS - a fake offering from Microsoft?
AbsintheWithoutLeave, Jan 11 2008
  

       ku-dos to you, sir. Sorry for changing the name.
CoolSolutions, Jan 12 2008
  

       Sounds kinda like the Wayback Machine?
imaginality, Jan 12 2008
  

       True, though attempts to use the wayback machine in court have been unsuccessful.
aguydude, Jan 12 2008
  
      
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