Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Dark Elf, Feb 9, 2010.
It completely got my location wrong. 130km wrong.
It also fucks up on the largest ISP in Norway since all it's IPs are registered in Drammen.
IP wrong (interestingly enough). But the ISP, OS, and browser are correct.
Also the location is good enough, 30 miles off though.
Well it got mine wrong by 270 km*. Beat that!
* Unless, of course, "within a radius of 270 kilometers" still qualifies as "near".
All correct here.
Wow. I haven't seen one of these in years.
It's got all my info correct.
Too close for my liking.
All three where wrong, Zanza 1 program 0
The rest was right though.
Oh wow. It couldn't have been much more wrong without putting me on the mainland.
Well it put me in Tasmania, Scottsdale to be precise.
I don't know how these things work, but I'm on my work computer at the lab in Pittsburgh. It's telling me I'm from Minneapolis, which is where our corporate headquarters are. My smokescreen must've worked.
How embarrassing. It knows I'm running Safari on a Mac.
It does not seem to want to tell me where I am from. I'm not exactly in a rural area.
It has everything down pat. It also says I have a problem with authority...which is true. Must be my use of Firefox on Windows XP.
IP correct, ISP correct (Bergen University Norway) and city - Bergen correct.
Also pegs my Chrome on Linux.
I think we have a winner.
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