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Google Googles: OCD Sanity Checker

Google Goggles: Sanity Checker!

How much do I love, love, the person who created this program???

If only I had this years ago… before I buried myself in hundreds of hard copies and countless drafts waiting to be edited, checked, scanned, formatted, reviewed, merged, referenced, compared or merged with older versions of the same document.

Files upon files are waiting to be examined, edited, completed, and submitted at a later date TBA… 

At least I am not the only one in need of a “sanity checker!”

Living everyday with so much unfinished business and self-doubt has stopped me dead in my tracks! Preventing me from moving forward and doing so many things that are absent from my life.
Even the most simple tasks become insurmountable obstacles when left to my own devices (usually at least 2-3 dictionaries, a thesaurus, grammar textbook, and the Chicago Manual of Style or the APA.) 
Ridiculous, right? Everything in my life takes at least 3x longer than the average (normal) individual. This can be anything from filing a job application, turning in graduate school applications, assignments and projects on time…

EVERYTHING is late!

EVERYTHING is pending!

EVERYTHING is probably good enough!

EVERYTHING was probably good enough in the first time around!

Getting caught up on insignificant details such as grammar, text wrapping, format styles, has come to define my adult life and experience. Interfering with my academic, personal, and professional goals

I want a sanity checker!!!!
 
When you are still editing the very same article after 13 or 14 years, you have a problem.

 I have a problem!
 
If I can ever figure out how to use it, hopefully it will prevent me from searching through thousands of text logs and backup files….

I need a sanity checker!

Working on your um-teenth hundredth draft gets tedious. Hopefully google goggles is better at time management and will not spend too much time hovering over typos, font size and other imperfections that probably make my writing a little more human…. a few misplaced commas never hurt anyone unless they are placed after a dollar sign!
Where can I sign up for a personal the “sanity checker” to guide me through the rest of my life??? To clear a path to my desk or help me find the floor…
Thanks so much to the genius who invented this gadget! I hope it works well!
How I wish I could revert back to my days before the technological revolution. My mind has information overload. My life has information overload. My brain is full!
My cyberseeking tools and inquisitive mind have become my kryptonite. Please– make it stop! Stop the questions, stop the memories, stop the madness!

Just, plain, stop!
I miss Professor Marks’ red ink pens back in college. Long before I knew what a computer was or how to turn the damn thing on. Now there’s e-mail, Internet, spyware, malware, software utilities…
Life was so much easier before I became dependent upon technology and this stupid little box I cannot seem to pull myself away from. And now, much like my racing thoughts and RAM (random access memory) and my crazy busy mind that is a near perfect reflection of my chaotic life. 
My paper trail reaches from one room into the next… one year to the next… one decade to the next…
Now I can’t seem to turn the thing off… I can’t seem to turn anything in, and I can’t seem to make things just perfect enough.
Wish me luck as I uncover more and more of my past… although I have often had regrets about sending imperfect documents prematurely: either too soon, too often, or sometimes too early; surely sending something is far better than not sending anything at all… 
In this life, people are never remembered for what they start– only for what they finish.

Even The New York Times posted a peralink. 😦 Not fair, copyLEFT
NEW YORK TIMES <~ THERE IS ALWAYS A PERMALINK!
HYPERLINK ADDED FOR IN YOUR FACE PURPOSES… 1/7/10
GOOGLE GOOGLES… I HAD THEM FIRST. GRRRRR… 

(your welcome)
Drunk, and Dangerous, at the KeyboardMail Goggles, a new feature on Google’s Gmail program, is intended to help stamp out a scourge that few knew existed: late-night drunken e-mailing.October 19, 2008 – By ALEX WILLIAMS – Fashion & Style
HERBALKING – Bits BlogMail Goggles, a new feature on Google’s Gmail program, is intended to help stamp out a scourge that few knew existed: late-night drunken …
Google Inc. Mail Goggles, a new feature on Google’s Gmail program, is intended to help stamp out a scourge that few knew existed: late-night drunken e-mailing. …

from the Blog Community …Mail Goggles, a new feature on Google’s Gmail program, is intended to help stamp out a scourge that few knew existed: latenight drunken emailing. …

I WILL ADD THE LATEST VERSION…. OF ANOTHER BRILLIANT IDEA THAT I SHOULD NEVER HAVE LET OUT OF THE BAG… FUCK THE NEW YORK TIMES.

I STILL REMEMBER THE HEADLINE YOU SNAGGED ON SEPTEMPBER 12: THAT WAS MINE TOO. YOUR REPORTER COULD HAVE AT LEAST BOUGHT ME DRINK WHILE SITTING NEXT TO ME IN THE EAST VILLAGE! Grrrr….. #yeahisaidit 

THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK. Catchy, approprite, and I even can’t get letter to the editor?

 Well things are chaning. The news is in our hands now. So no more media manipualtion. i’m so tired of reading the crap you guys put out to distract us from he issues…. and since I get a job… i may as well, keep writing for free..

AC made a forutne off the story I posted for free… but I haven’t forgotten.  
Once the Democrats lost their foothold on the State Floor, AC quickly moved into a highly coveted position with the newly elected Republican Governor. How is nobody saw this except me?? 
While enrolled in the School of Journalism at Columbia University (J6306 Public Journalism) we carefully studied the trajectory of “career journalists” and their migration into the public consciousness as speech writers. Pat Buchanan refused to speak with us during his presidential campaign at Columbia. We suspect it was due to his desire to hide from his colleagues as he too attended the J-School at Columbia before he became a presidential hopeful. We knew much about his career, his academic record, and some intimate details from the Dean’s Office. Scandals galore over this special Alun. 
[[to be continued when I have bandwidth to find oh the story]{
I know my own words. and it really hurts when I can’t even get a letter to the editor printed, or a response from a local journalist about when call give them a hint where to look for REAL news.
So I don’t give a fuck if you all go down in flames. 
Power to the people.

Because they wrote me off long ago…. and you may laugh because I’m different, but I laugh because you are all the same. 
$1.00 for this story….. how much did AC make? I call your bluff. And funny thing…. I never even got the dollar. I can’t wait for that audit.   
It may take some time, but you have no idea, how much I could have helped. 
It was is a good story. The economist thought so… so did USA Today and US News and World Report. 
All I wanted was to get the information out, so why charge ME to download my own story only to see someone elses byline?

I am watching the watchers…. and heads, up… I’m pretty damn good at it! 

Yeah, I said it; and i’ll say it again if i need to. 

Fuck you, AC!

^ed 

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Full story available: 

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jul/08/darpa-social-networks-research-twitter-influence-studies?CMP=share_btn_tw
US military studied how to influence Twitter users in Darpa-funded research
The activities of users of Twitter and other social media services were recorded and analysed as part of a major project funded by the US military, in a program that covers ground similar to Facebook’s controversial experiment into how to control emotions by manipulating news feeds.
Research funded directly or indirectly by the US Department of Defense’s military research department, known as Darpa, has involved users of some of the internet’s largest destinations, including Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Kickstarter, for studies of social connections and how messages spread.
While some elements of the multi-million dollar project might raise a wry smile – research has included analysis of the tweets of celebrities such as Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber, in an attempt to understand influence on Twitter – others have resulted in the buildup of massive datasets of tweets and additional types social media posts.
Several of the DoD-funded studies went further than merely monitoring what users were communicating on their own, instead messaging unwitting participants in order to track and study how they responded.

Shortly before the Facebook controversy erupted, Darpa published a lengthy list of the projects funded under its Social Media in Strategic Communication (SMISC) program, including links to actual papers and abstracts.
The project list includes a study of how activists with the Occupy movement used Twitter as well as a range of research on tracking internet memes and some about understanding how influence behaviour (liking, following, retweeting) happens on a range of popular social media platforms like Pinterest, Twitter, Kickstarter, Digg and Reddit.

Darpa, established in 1958, is responsible for technological research for the US military. Its notable successes have included no less than Arpanet, the precursor to today’s internet, and numerous other innovations, including onion routing, which powers anonymising technologies like Tor. However, thanks to some of its more esoteric projects, which have included thought-controlled robot arms, city-wide surveillance programs and exo-skeletons, the agency has also become the subject of many conspiracy theories, and a staple in programmes like the X-Files.
Unveiled in 2011, the SMISC program was regarded as a bid by the US military to become better at both detecting and conducting propaganda campaigns on social media.
On the webpage where it has published links to the papers, Darpa states the general goal of the SMISC program is “to develop a new science of social networks built on an emerging technology base”.

 darpa Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency robot boston dynamics

Darpa has a reputation for projects such as this robot, developed to handle rough terrain at high speeds. Photograph: HO/AFP/Getty Images

“Through the program, Darpa seeks to develop tools to support the efforts of human operators to counter misinformation or deception campaigns with truthful information.”

However, papers leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden indicate that US and British intelligence agencies have been deeply engaged in planning ways to covertly use social media for purposes of propaganda and deception.
Documents prepared by NSA and Britain’s GCHQ (and previously published by the Intercept as well as NBC News) revealed aspects of some of these programs. They included a unit engaged in “discrediting” the agency’s enemies with false information spread online.
Earlier this year, the Associated Press also revealed the clandestine creation by USAid of a Twitter-like, Cuban communications network to undermine the Havana government. The network, built with secret shell companies and financed through a foreign bank, lasted more than two years and drew tens of thousands of subscribers. It sought to evade Cuba’s stranglehold on the internet with a primitive social media platform.
Of the funding provided by Darpa, $8.9m has been channeled through IBM to a range of academic researchers and others. A further $9.6m has gone through academic hubs like Georgia Tech and Indiana University.

Facebook, the world’s biggest social networking site, has apologised for the study, which involved secret psychological tests on nearly 700,000 users in 2012, and prompted outrage from users and experts alike, being “poorly communicated” to the public.
The experiment, which resulted in a scientific paper published in the March issue of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, hid “a small percentage” of emotional words from peoples’ news feeds, without their knowledge, to test what effect that had on the statuses or “likes” that they then posted or reacted to.

However, it appears that Facebook was involved in at least one other military-funded social media research project, according to the records recently published by Darpa.

The research was carried by Xuanhuai Wang, an engineering manager at Facebook, as well as Yi Chang, a lead scientist at Yahoo labs, and others based at the Universities of Michigan and Southern California.
The project, which related to how users understood and consumed information on Twitter, at one point analysed the tweets, retweets and other interactions spawned by Lady Gaga (described as “the most popular elite user on Twitter”) and Justin Bieber (“who is extremely popular among teenagers”).

 Sheryl Sandberg

Facebook’s CEO Sheryl Sandberg apologised for ‘poor communication’ over psychological experiments to manipulate users’ emotions. Photograph: Money Sharma/EPA

Other studies looked further afield. One, “On the Study of Social Interactions on Twitter”, which was carried out by the University of South California, collected tweets from 2,400 Twitter users who had identified themselves as residing in the Middle East. It analysed how often they had interactions with other users and how these were spread.
Several studies related to the automatic assessment of how well different people in social networks knew one another, through analysing frequency, tone and type of interaction between different users. Such research could have applications in the automated analysis of bulk surveillance metadata, including the controversial collection of US citizens’ phone metadata revealed by Snowden.
Studies which received military funding channeled through IBM included one called “Modeling User Attitude toward Controversial Topics in Online Social Media”, which analysed Twitter users’ opinions on fracking.

Discussing the applicability of their research, the study’s authors stated: “For example, a government campaign on Twitter supporting vaccination can engage with followers who are more likely to take certain action (eg spreading a campaign message) based on their opinions.”

“As another example, when anti-government messages are spread in social media, government would want to spread counter messages to balance that effort and hence identify people who are more likely to spread such counter messages based on their opinions.”

A similarly titled-project out of the University of Southern California, “The Role of Social Media in the Discussion of Controversial Topics”, studied the behaviour of Twitter users posting about a 2012 vote in California on measures such as raising taxes, genetically modified organisms and the death penalty.

“Our findings suggest Twitter is primarily used for spreading information to like-minded people rather than debating issues,” the authors wrote in their paper on the project.

A study at Georgia Tech, “Cues to Deception in Social Media Communications”, involved an in-laboratory experiment using an experimental social media platform, “FaceFriend”, and 61 paid participants. While past research had investigated “written deception” in communications such as email, the study expanded this into social media, and the researchers concluded: “Breaking news stories and world events – for example, the Arab Spring – are heavily represented in social media, making them susceptible topics for influence attempts via deception.”

 Tahrir Square Rally

The use of social media during rapidly-developing world events with major consequences, as during Egypt’s 2011 revolution, was studied by researchers. Photograph: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images

Several of the DoD-funded projects went further than simple observation, instead engaging directly with social media users and analysing their responses.

One of multiple studies looking into how to spread messages on the networks, titled “Who Will Retweet This? Automatically Identifying and Engaging Strangers on Twitter to Spread Information” did just this.

The researchers explained: “Since everyone is potentially an influencer on social media and is capable of spreading information, our work aims to identify and engage the right people at the right time on social media to help propagate information when needed.”

In the paper, which included data gathered through actively engaging 3,761 people on Twitter around the topics of public safety and bird flu, the researchers added: “Unlike existing work, which often uses only social network properties, our feature set includes personality traits that may influence one’s retweeting behaviour.”

In a statement, Darpa defended its funding of the research as essential to US defense interests.

“Social media is changing the way people inform themselves, share ideas, and organize themselves into interest groups, including some that aim to harm the United States,” said a spokesman. “Darpa supports academic research that seeks to understand some of these dynamics through analyses of publicly available discussions conducted on social media platforms.”
Sources said that data was from public streams in social networks, and was collected and stored by academics at institutions conducting the research, not by Darpa itself.

The Guardian approached a number of individuals involved in research, asking them for their views on why they believed the US military may be interested in funding research of this type, and asking about the extent to which consent was sought from people whose social media posts were recorded and analysed.

Among those who replied, Emilio Ferrara, who was involved in the research paper on “The Digital Evolution of Occupy Wall St”, said: “According to federal regulations of human experimentation, for studies that don’t affect the environment of online users, and whereas one can freely gather online data – say, from the public Twitter feed – there is no requirement of informed consent. This is the framework under which our Twitter study was carried out; moreover, all our studies on Twitter look into aggregate collective phenomena and never at the individual level.”

A colleague, Dr Filippo Menczer, added: “In our lab we study all aspects of the diffusion of information in social media.

“This work has broad applications as we strive to understand fundamental mechanism of social communication, such as how ideas and ‘memes’ compete for our attention, how they sometimes go viral, etc.”

^ed 

Ryan Mullane is a troll and a self proclaimed Provocateur. 

Scroll to bottom to see some of his present and past accounts 

 He likes to create many accounts to harass people. These accounts are usually easy to recognize, as Ryan has a fixation with mob bosses, FBI. Russians, Russian intelligence, and lizard people.

Ryan never acts alone, but in a pack. No one is off limits. He attacks the weak. Currently Ryan has attacked a depressed man who is a cutter, a man who has an alcohol problem, and tagged in a 14 yr old girl because he didn’t agree with her mothers politics. Here;

https://twitter.com/kgb_rat_poison/status/697702589652193280

https://twitter.com/kgb_rat_poison/status/697558591738355712

https://twitter.com/kingschultz_dr/status/698890510321250304

https://twitter.com/kingschultz_dr/status/698650239763398656

 Ryan easily bleeds out on his timeline, and will post actual pictures of himself giving the finger, or his brother Jared’s picture who is serving in the 75th Ranger Regiment. 

Ryan was Doxed by former Anon @9riest and some of his info was posted on priests bully website (now deleted) with ss of physical threats made by Ryan. Priest has become an obsession, and Ryan will mention him, or his Dox on timeline. 

Ryan likes to act like a touch guy, but in reality, Ryan is a Realtor in Boston, who is not busy enough in Realestate, so to compensate for his failures he trolls people. Info is as follows;

Email Ryan.mullane@nemoves.com
Cell (617)417-5668
Office (617)864-8566
Address 30 St Donnell MA, Cambridge 02138-1352

https://www.coldwellbankerhomes.com/ma/cambridge/agent/ryan-mullane/aid_90019/

Ryan likes to threaten people with his brother,Jared Mullane, who is in the 75th Ranger regiment. He assures his victim that he will be able to use his brothers army clearance to track people down. Here is Ryan’s brothers LinkedIn 
https://www.linkedin.com/in/jared-mullane-4a2a84101

Ryan also likes to threaten people with the mob. He brags that his father is a big “mob boss lawyer”, when in fact, his father’s claim to fame is defending John J Connolly Jr., a disgraced FBI agent who was charged with murder after he leaked information to mobster James (Whitey) Bulger, part of the infamous Winter Hill gang.. Court information here..
http://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-1st-circuit/1184448.html

Ryan’s Father is E. Peter Mullane Esq.. 
6 Bennett St
Cambridge Ma
02138-5708
Phone- (618)661-3032
http://mullane-e-peter-attorney-at-law.cambridge.ma.amfibi.directory/us/c/7414700-mullane-e-peter-attorney-at-law

Some of Ryan’s accounts are as follows;

@KGB_Rat_Poison 
@Ded_Spook 
@kingschultz_dr 
@CecilTheTiger
@JJWinthrope
@TheKremlinTroll
@TRIG__OCA

^ed 

 Just wanted to give you the back story on Ryan Mullane, provocateur, troll, Amd all around asshole who reappeared on my timeline making false accusations and allegations about several people I care about including myself. 


I have been asked one too many times to back off on Ryan and was complaint with those requests until earlier this afternoon. 
I won’t play.nice anymore. Fool me once, shame on you… Fool me twice? It will never fucking happen. 
I’m assuming people following the thread may have noticed that Ryan tried to expose my identity on Twitter, and anonymous website. 
He was trying to intimidate me by calling me “Elyssa” several times. 
NOBODY does give. My history with stalkers, felony assault, and SWAT with 17 sharp shooters. 
The local sheriff now follows me now since Ryan’s partners in crime, Gary LaFollette, Beeena Bennett, and Rebecca Shier Boden reported that I was holding a hostage in my apartment hoping the police would show up with a SWAT Team which happens to be a 3rd Degree Felony. 

They also posted the photo below to my parents, with the caption, “BANG BANG”


Can you agree that is taking it a little to far??  
More on Ryan Mullane coming up shortly. 
Just me, e

@ELyssaD