Category Archives: Teh Interwebs
The Happy Poster Project is enjoying a revival thanks to this little outing at Metafilter. Scott (who has recently learned that Teh Beatles are evil) has reported turning up to work to see one of the posters gracing a colleague’s … Continue reading
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Only about 8 hours to go on B3ta’s landmark advertising auction and the bidding has just gone a nudge over 200 squid. UPDATE – Winning bid 404.90. Pity. I thought they’d crack a grand at least.
Shmoo Group exploit: 0wn any domain, no defense exists: Shmoocon ended today. And just to prove The Shmoo Group wasn’t sitting on their asses for the entire time while planning the con – A new exploit was demo’d by EricJ … Continue reading
Some complete jerk has – in the past 3 days – started a trackback-spamming effort (with multiple IPs) for his ‘online casino’ and ‘texas holdem poker’. He’s hit this site and Boris’s. If you’re quick, you’ll be able to see … Continue reading
I have a few things to share with you…. Avery Ant is running for Pope. I thought you should know. Cleaning coins with Cillit BANG! This comes to us via the latest B3ta newsletter, and contains vital consumer information. EPIC … Continue reading
I wrote the Crazy Frog post because I initially suspected that Jamster had been a little (ahem) liberal with their approach to copyright. Happily, I was proved wrong. In that case. But now the ‘hilarious interweb virals’ range from Jamster … Continue reading
A word to the wise: the Google Image Search database appears to have been updated. Finally. (This only happens once every 12 months, which means that GIS is one of the crappiest aspects of Google’s service. But there’s new stuff … Continue reading
Google has a plan to combat comment spam. Movable Type, SixApart and Yahoo are on board. The problem is, we’ll know it works and the comment spammers will know it works… but will the people who get sold comment spam … Continue reading
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