To illustrate how the new Total Information Awareness program is going to work, SF Weekly’s Matt Smith suggests that people give John Poindexter (the crook who’s heading up the program) a call at home and report any information he might need about people directly. John Gilmore goes one step further and suggests that people use Poindexter’s personal information to demonstrate exactly what sort of information might be gathered by the TIA program and stored in the big data warehouse in the sky. At Cryptome, the low hanging fruit have already been plucked.