Monday, April 7, 2008

Ratatouille and Local Area Networks

I just received one of those helpful emails that sends out with recommendations. I like these emails, because they usually recommend to me books and other products that I am especially interested in. Of course, I often visit the library to read those recommendations, but I buy from Amazon often enough that I don't feel bad about taking their recommendations elsewhere. :-)

This email had something strange in it, and if any of you could explain the connection, I would be most grateful. Here's the bit that seemed strange to me:

We recommend: Ratatouille
DVD ~  Ian Holm

  Recommended because you purchased or rated:
    * NETGEAR FS105 ProSafe 5-Port 10/100 Desktop Switch

- Trevor.


Vader, WA

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1 comment:

SeaSaw Mom said...

I decided to take on your challenge. Wikipedia connects them as such:
Ratatouille, colander, filter, media filter, technology, Internet, computer networks, Network switch, Ethernet, Transfer(computing), computer bus, expansion card, Network cards, NetGear, switch.
So that must be the logic they used. :)
In my defense, if I were more tecnologically advanced, I could have probably made a quicker connection.
And props to Brett for teaching me the "relate these words to one another" game.