Need for integration of social media information retrieval statistics and GPS
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HTTP                                                          Pradeep Kumar Xplorer
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Intended status: Standards Track                                        Individual
Expires: Nov 18 2020                                          May 18, 2020
                                                                
                                                          

                 Need for integration of social media information retrieval statistics and GPS
                         draft-pradeep-kumar-xplorer-ismirsmgps-00

Abstract

   This document describes the need for integration of social media information retrieval statistics and GPS

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Table of Contents
   1. Introduction ............................................... 2
   2. Background ..................................................2
   3. General Information of the service ..........................2
   4. Authors Addresses ...........................................3
   5. Acknowledgements ............................................3

1. Introduction

    To implement an httpi:// service in browser similar to https

2. Background
     Right now URL's are hardcoded. I propose an httpi:// service
     that would allow dynamic links that can be updated by the httpi
     service in the text that you are viewing. So every time interval like
     a minute or so, the content you are viewing using the httpi:// service
     in your browser can show newer links that you can traverse or navigate
        
3. General Information of the service
        

      Having a parallel beowser realm, that allows intelligent updates of
      navigatable links from WWW intelligent computing realm. Instead of using
      http:// you just need to type httpi:// in your URL and the texts you view
      would not have any hardcoded navigatable links but those suggested by
      the WWW brain.

      A browser user should be able to type httpi:// in URL field and wait. 
      The cache could fill with those suggested by the WWW brain. 

      Please view draft-pkx-wwwogc. I have suggested a httpsso:// mode also.
      I am suggesting these modes for http for professional and it should be
      as a pulldown or Options menu as an interface for the user.

      httpssoi - single signon with intelligence
      httpauto - auto mode for browsing
      httpssoiauto - Using the browser like a TV channel
      httpiauto

      All Combinations of http httpi httpsso and httpauto could be implemented.

      So i launch my browser and type httpsso://www.service.com. In this mode
      for one session you hav to type your username and password only once. IT would
      let you relate multiple accounts in your first session or whenever you navigate
      to sites that need authentication.

        In httpsso mode i should be able to type httpsso://www.dhyanayoga.info/logs and
        see the sso identities of who is viewing my site. If there are millions of users,
        then i should be able to see some groups they belong to , some thing similar to
        twitter groups model can be used.. SO i should know if Sonoma YOgis are accesing my site
        by an Icon in my logs that point to that group.The Twitter model groups should be
        automatically created by httplogs of an user using some Servers that they pass through
        and an internet users sso identity should be part of those groups automatically
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