Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Information Accuracy In Blogs

In my opinion, should be shoved up a donkey's ass and then force it to take laxatives. The pleasure of watching the pile of shit goes out in liquidified version like the flow of Yang Tze river will definitely relate people to information accuracy in blogs.


Motoko once said in Ghost In The Shell that, "the Net is vast and infinite. Where does the newborn go from here?".


The answer should be, "Nobody actually knows."


As far as the matter is concerned, Internet, the Mother of God itself, has never been a concrete source of information accuracy. It is always partially biased, if not fully biased at all. It is not 100% accurate, and the sweet thing is nobody ever said that information put on the Internet has to be accurate, or you will land your sweet ass at the dog pound of Timbuktu. There is no legal statutes that say information on the Internet MUST be accurate.


This is even far from being responsible.


So why the fuck does the government say that all information on the blogs must be accurate?


Do I now need to tell the world that my mother has 4 nipples and one of them is borrowed by Dolly Parton? Should I put down that my Uncle Sam from Papua New Guinea was the real Slim Shady who sang for Eminem?


Stop me from not being accurate then.

3 Comments:

Blogger Lord Vendetta said...

There are also some blogger-police-patrol in the Msian blogosphere. Cis, tak tau malu!

2:42 PM, January 25, 2006  
Blogger Ghost Hack said...

The Computer Special Branch must have not deal with a real case for months now.

I have seen them closing down Reformation sites before this. Impressive.

Are they still looking for Petrov? Last I heard, Petrov went to Zimbabwe to feed lions. With his ASB income.

3:28 PM, January 25, 2006  
Blogger KageArashi said...

In actuality, the answer in the truest sense is that the newborn goes nowhere. For the newborn once entered into the "vast sea of information" begins to lose its unigue identity and becomes part of the "sea". It is the battle for our individualism that brings the name Stand Alone Complex...

4:24 AM, March 01, 2006  

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