Looking down the rather uninteresting article list of minutiae caught in the news spider's web today, one article clearly doesn't stand out from the rest: the one listed as "Tri-Ed Fluff Piece".
I only clicked on it because I was curious if that was the actual SSI title of article, in which case it might have been very interesting! It was actually listed as "How Distributors Help Security Dealers Delight Customers", but true to the Spider's prediction, it was three long pages of the most agonizing fluffery.
Looking at all the other news spider titles vs real titles, I didn't see any other mismatches, And clearly the spider is autonomous, as evidenced by the right-to-the-point article named "Place An Order" by Avigilon.
So did the spider pickup on a hidden tag/page on SSI's website, perhaps? Or does the spider do some buzzword bingo analysis of content, or was it just a rare IPVM editorial warning?
In any event, for any who have not used the Spider, I wholeheartedly recommend you try it!