This blog is probably read most by algorithms, systems that try to find security weaknesses or scrapes that attempt to make sense of this blog. Alas they cannot read the sub-title, probablement n’importe quoi, so they attempt in vain at finding what is simply not here: structure and order.
So spambots try to push japanese comments selling Gucci wares on the French posts and compliment me on the technical interests of my aikidō posts. The latest confused bot sent me an e-mail requesting that I add my nostalgic post about the presentation page I did ages ago for the computer science student association at the university of Geneva:
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I must say I pity that bot, begging for links from a confidential blog like mine; the five readers of that blog post are beyond the reach on online computer science degrees, they had their degrees before the online variant existed…