Is Random Poetry Click Fraud

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Is poetry when randomized

Tweaked, meta tagged , search engine optimized

Violative of unseen terms and conditional clauses

Is random poetry or aggregated prose farmed for click fraud uses

 

 

 

I dont know, you tell me, says the blog boy,

Tapping away at the keyboard like a shiny new toy,

Geeks unfortunately too often are men too many,

Forgive the generalization, but the tech world is yet to be equalized.

 

If a New York Hot Dog  is a slice of heaven at four bucks a piece

Then why is prose and poetry at five bucks an hour considered waste

Ah I see, you have grown old and cynical,

Of the numerous stupid internet capers and cyber ways

 

The clicking finger clicks on

swiftly but mostly delightfully virally moves on

While people collect its trails and

ponder its aggregated merry ways

 

All people are equal but all links are not,

Thus overturning two centuries of psychology had you been better taught,

But you chose to drop out of school, and create that search engine so big

It is now a fraud catchers head ache that millions try to search engine optimize and rig

 

Once again, people are different, in so many ways so prettier

Links are the same hyper linked code number five or earlier

People think like artificial artificial (thus natural) neural nets

Biochemically enhanced Harmonically possessed.

 

rather than  analyze forensically and quite creepily

where people have been

Gentic Algorithms need some chaos

To see what till now hasnt been seen.

 

Again this was a random poem,

inspired by a random link that someone clicked

To get here, on a carbon burning cyber machine,

Having digested poem, moves on, unheard , unseen.

(Inspired by the Hyper Link at http://goo.gl/a8ijW )

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Author: Ajay Ohri

http://about.me/ajayohri

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