1337- addy for everyone

The legendary AOL e-mail address is now available to everyone, completely FREE.

...macht meinen Tag... ganz ehrlich. :D

(da)

Nochmal AOL- Logs

"Psychic analysis of AOL users and discussions", hybsch getaggte Küchentischpsychatrie. Aber irgendwie gruselig. Klickenderweise hier zu finden.

TLD für Lau? AOL verteilt .com Domains

Und zwar an jeden, der fragt.

Mit einer Einschränkung: Die Rechte an der Domain verbleiben bei AOL.
Das ganze soll im September losgehen.

Mir kommen da Ideen wie

500kuser.com
userlogsinthewild.com
cancel-aol.com

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Die Geister, die ich rief...

AOL zu ihrer Searchlogreleaserei gestern:

This was a screw up, and we're angry and upset about it. It was an innocent enough attempt to reach out to the academic community with new research tools, but it was obviously not appropriately vetted, and if it had been, it would have been stopped in an instant.

Although there was no personally-identifiable data linked to these accounts, we're absolutely not defending this. It was a mistake, and we apologize. We've launched an internal investigation into what happened, and we are taking steps to ensure that this type of thing never happens again. ...

Ich wuerde es pure Blödheit nennen... aber wer fragt mich schon?

(via)

Update: Der Korrupt mimt den Erklärbären vom Dienst. :o)

Ausverkauf bei AOL - über 500k User -Searchlogs im Netz

Wissen weitergeben...So siehts auch AOL. Und so stellts mal eben Searchlogs aus 3 Monaten von 500´000 Usern ins Netz. Zum Mitnehmen für jeden. Anonymisiert, natürlich. Statt dem Usernamen prangt eine hybsche unique Nummer.

500k User Session Collection
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This collection is distributed for NON-COMMERCIAL RESEARCH USE ONLY.
Any application of this collection for commercial purposes is STRICTLY PROHIBITED.

Brief description:

This collection consists of ~20M web queries collected from ~650k users over three months.
The data is sorted by anonymous user ID and sequentially arranged.

The goal of this collection is to provide real query log data that is based on real users. It could be used for personalization, query reformulation or other types of search research.

The data set includes {AnonID, Query, QueryTime, ItemRank, ClickURL}.
AnonID - an anonymous user ID number.
Query - the query issued by the user, case shifted with
most punctuation removed.
QueryTime - the time at which the query was submitted for search.
ItemRank - if the user clicked on a search result, the rank of the
item on which they clicked is listed.
ClickURL - if the user clicked on a search result, the domain portion of
the URL in the clicked result is listed.

Each line in the data represents one of two types of events:
1. A query that was NOT followed by the user clicking on a result item.
2. A click through on an item in the result list returned from a query.
In the first case (query only) there is data in only the first three columns/fields -- namely AnonID, Query, and QueryTime (see above).
In the second case (click through), there is data in all five columns. For click through events, the query that preceded the click through is included. Note that if a user clicked on more than one result in the list returned from a single query, there will be TWO lines in the data to represent the two events. Also note that if the user requested the next "page" or results for some query, this appears as a subsequent identical query with a later time stamp.

CAVEAT EMPTOR -- SEXUALLY EXPLICIT DATA! Please be aware that these queries are not filtered to remove any content. Pornography is prevalent on the Web and unfiltered search engine logs contain queries by users who are looking for pornographic material. There are queries in this collection that use SEXUALLY EXPLICIT LANGUAGE. This collection of data is intended for use by mature adults who are not easily offended by the use of pornographic search terms. If you are offended by sexually explicit language you should not read through this data. Also be aware that in some states it may be illegal to expose a minor to this data. Please understand that the data represents REAL WORLD USERS, un-edited and randomly sampled, and that AOL is not the author of this data.

Basic Collection Statistics
Dates:
01 March, 2006 - 31 May, 2006

Normalized queries:
36,389,567 lines of data
21,011,340 instances of new queries (w/ or w/o click-through)
7,887,022 requests for "next page" of results
19,442,629 user click-through events
16,946,938 queries w/o user click-through
10,154,742 unique (normalized) queries
657,426 unique user ID's

Please reference the following publication when using this collection:

G. Pass, A. Chowdhury, C. Torgeson, "A Picture of Search" The First
International Conference on Scalable Information Systems, Hong Kong, June,
2006.

Copyright (2006) AOL

...lautet die Readme, die noch, im Gegensatz zu den Daten, aufzutreiben war. Der Download wurde mittlerweile abgestellt, Mirrors werden gesucht. Ich bin da zuversichtlich, denn was das Netz hat, läßts auch nicht mehr los.

Wie zum Beispiel auch hybsche Googlemirrors, die man auch glatt nochmal auf dem eigenen Space mirrorn kann.

Wenn mir der Download nicht mittendrin gekappt geworden wäre, hätte man hier mit helfen können, dort werden die Daten bereits ausgewertet.

Da lacht der Spammer demnächst. (Gut, der darf ja nicht, denn schließlich "Any application of this collection for commercial purposes is STRICTLY PROHIBITED." )

Update: Download läuft. :D
Update: Daten sind da... *Kaffee*

Dazu noch:

Google will not have to hand over any user's search queries to the government. That's what a federal judge ruled today when he decided to drastically limit a subpoena issued to Google by the Department of Justice.

(Link)

Warum auch, wenn es AOL per Haus für jeden liefert?
Sortiert nach Usernamen eindeutiger Usernummer. Wie lang sind die eigentlich schon unterwegs? Wer hat die Daten mit den Realdaten? Mehr Fragen mag ich gerade nicht wirklich in den Raum stellen...

(Hier gefunden)

Noch nen Update: Microsoft baut auch son Quark. Da ist Netscan irgendwie nen völliger Witz gegen.

Es gibt Jobs...

...die wünscht man nicht mal seinem Feind....

Zum Beispiel Callcentersklave bei AOL:

If you've got three minutes, call AOL's headquarters and tell them you don't want the email tax directly. Call 1-703 265 1000. Hit "0" to speak with an operator. AOL doesn't have the live staff to deal with all the queries, so you'll probably get sent to tech support. Just let them know your concern, and thank them for their time. If you're an AOL member, be sure to tell them.

(Da kommts her)

AOL -Zugang ohne Klimbim

AOL -Zugang ohne das grosse AOL-Paket

--kleine Anleitung, wie man unter XP ohne das AOL -Paket ins Internet kommt--

Start->Systemsteuerung->Netzwerkverbindung->Assistent für neue Verbindungen

erster Punkt ⇒ weiter

zweiter Punkt ⇒ Verbindung mit dem Internet herstellen, auswählen

...Weiterlesen 'AOL -Zugang ohne Klimbim'

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Refacillate - to refresh or revive