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April 20, 2010

Giant Whales Crying

The internet is a behemoth of billions of pages of information. The only way we (and Google) can hope to make sense of it is to rely on creator-provided information such as tags and keywords, which tell readers and bots what the pages are all about. A recent scan through the tags on Hulu's Biggest Loser show, though, indicates that we may not be quite as far along in the refinement of the process as we thought.

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