If you own a blog, you have probably experienced it: Spammers who fill your comment sections with ads for Viagra, porn and gambling. Its the new nuisance of the web: Link spammers. The Register has gotten a hold of one of them, and bring us this informative interview: Interview with a link spammer So how […]
Archive | January, 2005
From Juicy Studio, although the article focuses on writing for people with “Cognitive disabilities and learning difficulties”, it could just as well have been for “the typical stressed web-user”. Many of the tips has to do with making your site as accessible as possible for anyone stressed out of their wits and trying to find […]
Nigeria scammers using comment spamming to fish for fools is certanly a new and “novel” approach. Hopefully anyone reading this post will understand exactly what kind of a scam this is.
This is an interesting announcement through the Google Blog: Google Video is a new product that enables you to search an index of transcripts from recent TV programs. It’s just an early-stage beta product at this point; you’ll only see stills and text snippets from shows that match your search terms, and you can only […]
This one seems to be going the rounds on the blogs I read: Heavy metal umlaut: the movie Its very interesting to see the evolution of this article through 2 years. To me it shows the power of Wikipedia as an encyclopaedia. Being an old Flash developer, it was also nice to see him using […]
Bush can be a scary man, once you start to realise what he is actually saying. Scott Rosenberg summarises Bush’s “victory speech” pretty well.
Thank you Gisle, I knew there was support for “sudo” in Windows XP, but I have never used it. As most of you know, most single users run their Windows setup as administrators, giving any program or script full access through your user at any time. Its one of the largest security problems facing Windows […]
Fighting blog spam, allowing linking to people you don’t like without giving them Googlejuice. The new link attribute has many applications. Most like it, but some think its a bad idea.
These two good articles describes how to get more out of your Firefox, Mozilla or Opera browser.
This dumb ass (also known as Martin Schwimmer of Trademark Blog, has a problem with Bloglines picking up his public RSS-feed and redistributing it. Because they might at some stage serve ads together with the content. For those of you unfamiliar with Bloglines; its an online feedreader that you can use to read most any […]