UPDATE by max:This user asked me to remove his profile, so I deleted the logs and the great investigation made by our anonymous visitor.
If I can do something with this site to help in your searches, please contact me at http://aolpsycho.blogspot.com/2006/08/feedback-on-aolpsychocom.html or at email@example.com
Right now I implement free text search here at aolpsycho. The database is being indexed, ~5 days left until search will be available.
PS. We can make a special tag for big fish identifications (big fish?), and put these people on the main page.
So please feel free to share your ideas. And excuse my eng:)
I think maybe a notable tag would be useful.
To find notable people I search for terms only they would use:
Military: mypay, ako, nko, security clearance
Credit Unions: navyfcu, congressionalfcu, etc. Ones that have an elite membership.
Private Clubs: rotary club, press club, cosmos club.
I need more good credit unions and private clubs.
I would really like the ability to do a filtered search: find all those users who searched for mypay and also searched for iraq in another query.
Ok, tonight I will run queries to tag military, credit unions and private club users. Then I'll implement filtered search by tags.
Free text search is not available yet, so I have to run queries through DB manually, and every search takes ~5 minutes:(
So can you give me more search terms?
Well for myself I don't find tagging everyone who searched for some of these terms useful right now, because there are too many false positives and uninteresting users, and I cannot search on them easily.
I find the tags useful for categorizing after the user has been found to be interesting and has been analyzed.
Maybe there should be a way to distinguish the two kinds of tags?
If regexp-tags of this sort could be specified during a fast search, then they would be useful. For example, find all users with the military regexp-tag who searched for IED.
|susan bonilla and supervisor|
|political coaching and california x 3||→||1. www.coachfederation.org|
|winning results inc. x 5||→||1. query.nictusa.com|
|contra costa county union printers|
|union printers x 4||→||1. www.cflonline.org|
|union printers california|
|rca super print x 2||→||1. sanfrancisco.citysearch.com|
|union label x 2||→||1. www.unionlabel.org|
|ed kirwan graphic arts x 3||→||1. darwin.nap.edu|
|ed kirwan x 7||→||1. www.njbrigade.com|
|union label printers|
|union label printer||→||www.gain.net|
|union printer x 4||→||1. www.cflonline.org|
|union printer and california x 5||→||1. www.aflcio.org|
|union graphic artist and california|
|political graphic artist||→||www.insequence.org|
|serivce printing company|
|service printing company x 2||→||1. www.sandiegoprinting.com|
|service printing company and san leandro x 4||→||1. www.cprs.org|
|union printing company and san leandro|
|union printing company|
|union printing x 9||→||1. www.masterprint.com|
|bel aire displays x 6||→||1. www.dcn.davis.ca.us|
|read across america day||→||www.nea.org|
|recovery political action||→||www.ethics.state.tx.us|
|recovery political action committee|
|mardell llc x 4||→||1. herndon1.sdrdc.com|
|andersen & bonnifield x 5||→||1. www.ci.concord.ca.us|