At the Emergence Marketing blog, I came across the Gematriculator, a program that claims to calculate how good or evil a web site is, using the principles of Gematria, described at this New Zealand page.
I was encouraged to ﬁnd that Lucire is 69 per cent good, and that Jack Yan & Associates is 67 per cent good; however, this site is only 61 per cent good, so I must be putting a bit of evil in here myself. In fact, I am more evil than the New Zealand Labour Party.
It’s probably all a load of cobblers since Dr Evil scores 72 on the goodness scale and the Labour Party outranks the Dalai Lama, but there is still fun to feeding in sites and seeing how they do. The top and bottom ones on this list are interesting.
99 The Vatican: the Holy SeeJudge for yourself here. Posted by Jack Yan, 01:31
Update: for the blog, it has been dropping—59 per cent at the time of writing. The ﬁgure changes depending on what is on the page at the time. Maybe if I added words like holy it’ll go back up?
Probably the last update before this goes off the main page: up to 77 per cent today.Post a Comment
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