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When leading edge, early adopters complain and point this out as a problem, I think you can assume that mass market consumers are going to be pissed.
You mean Hurricane Electric, right? They are great to work with!
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Hi. I would like to apologize for everyone that read this post. As the administrator of said sleep deprivation test it was a mistake to allow the participant to access to the internet while still inside the sensory deprivation tank. Please do not inform Tehrasha that he was never removed from the tank.
I presume that other people have the same problem. Further, I optimistically presume that they must have solved it in some glorious way that I am tragically unaware of. What I'm (presumably) looking for is some piece of software that will do the grunt work of sorting through my files, perhaps by following some sort of ruleset, placing them in categorized folders. Perhaps some kind of Bayesian filtering with a training window popping up when I drop new files on my desktop?
NOTE: I am a fan of Linux, but due to various circumstances, I use Windows XP as my desktop OS."