From the linked page of insomniasexx's What's Wrong with the Internet of Things post:
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Tried to get it to generate tags for hubski, got this
I didn't make the cut? :/
Neither did the '00' in kleinbl00.
This gave me the idea of an auto-generated hubski-bot tag for every post.Maybe a better idea would be to use this algorithm, then compare against our tags, and make suggestions based on the result.
Maybe a better idea would be to use this algorithm, then compare against our tags, and make suggestions based on the result.