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Intelligence Filter

Google or browser add-on
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Semantic content analysis read-ahead from a webpage determines the overall intelligence (or more likely stupidity) of each link and changes the link text to a brighter or dimmer colour, depending.
FlyingToaster, Sep 15 2009

Reminds me of... Net_20Cultural_20Ev...0Indicator_20Theory
What you get when you track the summary of these... [RayfordSteele, Sep 16 2009]

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       Similar in concept to bing.com. More immediate and helpful, it seems. How would the engine evaluate intelligence? Would certain words such as "Youtube poop", "lolcat", and "Guitar Hero cheat codes" trigger a negative result, where more "intelligent" words yeild a more positive result?
jellydoughnut, Sep 15 2009
  

       It would be the ultimate spam filter if you could perfect this technique. I think it's overly optimistic given current capabilities.
tatterdemalion, Sep 15 2009
  

       spelling, ratio of upper to lowercase, number of exclamation points for content; for a search-engine flaggable things like the search phrase actually being part of the visible text, lack of recursivity in links, document size... stuff google shoulda put in but didn't.
FlyingToaster, Sep 15 2009
  

       //number of exclamation points for content// Yes, very good. Bun.
jellydoughnut, Sep 16 2009
  
      
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