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Can Job. Like your job. Only funny.
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Category Archives: Internet
Here’s an interesting BusinessWeek article about spyware — specifically, about a company called Direct Revenue that has “generated sales of about $100 million since its start in 2002” by burrowing “into nearly 100 million computers” and producing “billions of pop-up … Continue reading
Not if you’ve given your account information to Paypal. If you’ve given your account information to Paypal, your account now belongs to Paypal, too. Some time ago, I signed up for a newsletter that was paid for through Paypal via … Continue reading
It’s a captcha. Isn’t it a relief to find out something has a name? Not that “secret code word” doesn’t work in a pinch . . . Brought to you, btw, courtesy of the Wordcraft “word of the day.” [tags] … Continue reading
But I’m not going to post about it, or link to it, because I wasn’t able to negotiate their “watch an ad to read an article” hoop. I tried. Twice. Irritating enough when it does work — enough so that … Continue reading
Somebody once said that the World Wide Web is like the biggest library in the world — too bad all the books are on the floor. That quote is from a long time ago in Internet years; improvements in search … Continue reading
What a story: a man who fell for a Nigerian “419” email scam. He’s ruined. The piece is by Mitchell Zuckoff at The New Yorker. [tags] 419 scam [/tags]
But look what I found: a website where people can post about their experiences with various cards. In a lot of cases, the complaints are obviously rants by people who share a good part of the blame for their problems. … Continue reading
I received an email today, at my blogsite addy, from The Editor. It struck a kind of familiar tone, which is strange because I don’t recall having been introduced to The Editor before. And now he/she has popped up with … Continue reading
From Wired, the top 10 Internet hoaxes.