Category Archives: Internet
I need to break form my passive del.icio.us link-blogging activities to quote a section from 43 Folder on “Writing sensible email messages” “You can make it even easier for your recipient to immediately understand why you’ve sent them an email … Continue reading
Granted it has been a 15 year vesting period and the payout is a partly $1.2 million or E1 million in comparison to other web pioneers, but Tim Berners-Lee finally gets his due with the Millennium Technology Prize from the … Continue reading
Apparently, the hatch.org domain was erroneously marked as being “On Hold” last night. So if you sent mail to me @ hatch.org in the last few days it probably bounced. Although, neither I nor Register.com as been able to determine … Continue reading
It’s appalling to hear that VeriSign (aka Network Solutions | Internic) is STILL letting people steal domain names! “…it appears that it is still possible to steal domains with the minimum of effort. We have been contacted by the owner … Continue reading
I order to protect myself from a potential deluge of spam from suspicious service offerings, I wanted to use a disposable email address. Of course Google turned up a gem, which I had heard of before, but never used called … Continue reading
Is there anything else VeriSign can do to demonstrate its hatred of customers? Oh yeah, it certainly can! However, the BIND community’s emergency response is definitely a gem!
I finally spent some time checking out the creative commons “get creative” presentation. Very well done. Although, this kind of “creative sharing” has been going on in the Jazz community for sometime without too much friction.
Interland is buying Trellix … I wonder what this means for Blogger?
HA! “West Bloomfield bulk e-mailer Alan Ralsky, who just may be the world’s biggest sender of Internet spam, is getting a taste of his own medicine“
I found this mini-review of YourMom.com: “One shortcoming is worth mentioning, however. The site can take a while to load, and the intrigue of what dirty jokes lie under the “Fat” category are lost in the wait. Perhaps yourmom.com should … Continue reading
I think it’s scary that, according to this
Paul Graham has A Plan for Spam … "I think it's possible to stop spam, and that content-based filters are the way to do it." Sounds good to me!
Heh … This actually sounds like a good idea … SpamBattle.com : Using cost-per-click search engines to make spammers pay!
Interesting article : "Every time we make a few songs available on my website, sales of all the CDs go up. A lot…"
What an awesome service: VerisignOff ! — "Network Solutions is a company owned by Verisign that registers and administers top-level domain names for customers throughout the world. These companies engage in a variety of business practices that are, in our … Continue reading