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March 22, 2006

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Jozef Imrich

Greetings Bill

The whole wide web is filled with the good (as in KM), bad (as in spam), and ugly as if one happens to receive a review on Amazon river describing one's baby as being ugly and even worse a door stopper ;-) http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1554043115

By the way, this site might be of interest to other clueless people like me:

Locate all site visitors.
See at a glance where your site's visitors are located: instantaneously, even when the numbers are enormous! Visitors don't need to click on anything: just viewing your page is sufficient.

One thumbnail map on your site shows it all: We provide (free) the HTML that gives you a thumbnail map, like the one on the left. When it loads, it increments a counter and shows the locations of all the visitors to your page, cumulatively (even for huge numbers). Clicking on it zooms in to a big world map, and (optionally) lets you zoom in to the continents, as in the example below.

http://clustrmaps.com/

Martin R. Dugage

Perhaps the main quality of clueless people - according to your definition of cluelessness that is - is their willingness to learn. I would call that humility.

My definition of cluelessness, which comes from my 20 year experience in the labor market, would be the exact opposite. Clueless people are those who think they know it all, and thus can no longer learn.

In any case, I do agree with you ;-)

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