Monday, May 23, 2011

A Book's Cover

Backyard Spy?
"Images bring folks in. Google just like Facebook. Traffic of the recognition kind? Worth exploring, I suspect."

"No doubt, if true it fills in a missing piece.

"At first glance the correlation of general visits to image search visits appears high. All the markers of a hidden pattern (probably unnamed, as before). Cult following and cloaking are related? Just thinking out loud."

They looked at each other. Who would volunteer to go on the undercover mission? What were the risks? A false identity would be required if it was one of them. Switching from open to covert is not just distasteful, it is difficult. Further, the intelligence on the competition's 'store fronts' revealed that their means of detecting adversaries was highly developed.

The success of testing for the backyard spy was a matter of asking a certain kind of question using an unconventional method. Building a network to create such ever-changing questions, prudent.

© 2011 Buzz Hill

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