Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Government Agencies Monitoring Blogs for Customer Satisfaction. What Other Reason Could there Be?

FEMA must be very serious about customer satisfaction. The proof is in the pudding. To pass time I look at the hits I’ve had, it takes about 10 seconds to view a weeks worth. One struck me as odd at the end of the IP address it had (FEMA)
Domain Name verizon.net ? (Network)

IP Address 71.252.64.# (FEMA)
ISP Verizon Internet Services
Location Continent : North America
Country : United States (Facts)

State : Virginia
City : Round Hill
Lat/Long : 39.135, -77.7718 (Map)

Distance : 282 miles

Language English (United States)
Operating System Microsoft Win2000
Browser Internet Explorer 6.0
Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.0; InfoPath.1)
Javascript version 1.3
Monitor Resolution : 1024 x 768
Color Depth : 32 bits

Time of Visit Nov 7 2006 5:28:18 pm
Last Page View Nov 7 2006 5:35:44 pm
Visit Length 7 minutes 26 seconds
Page Views 2
Referring URL http://www.blogpulse...e22.x=19&image22.y=8

Search Engine blogpulse.com
Search Words fema

I googled FEMA and the location Round Hill,Va and got this site. So it could be FEMA monitoring Blogs. You can see all the blogs that mention FEMA here.

It’s so nice to know that government agencies are monitoring what Blogs are saying about them. It’s a hell of a customer satisfaction tool.

If I was an Anti-government type I probably wouldn’t be to keen on the idea, but hey, what reason is there not to trust our government with our lives, liberties, and property?

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