Readers of my professional freelance writing blog know that I have had some trouble with Dreamhost in the past few months. No, this isn’t one of those Dreamhost sucks rants, but rather a comprehensive, fact-based, review of the incidents and responses that occurred while I
MediaFire, a file sharing website loaded with copyrighted files, has sent a hypocritical takedown notice to Mozilla over Firefox plug-in SkipScreen. Since Mozilla has no control over SkipScreen, and since Mozilla itself is not violating MediaFire’s terms of service, there is only one reason they sent the takedown notice to Mozilla, legal extortion. MediaFire hopes that Mozilla will be too afraid of the cost of litigation and simply comply with the request even though it has no merit.
Most companies not founded in the last five years, and those with a long-term eye on the future focus their branding efforts on differentiating themselves from the key words that describe their business, not the other way around like SEO demands. But, these companies managed to create search optimized brands without any SEO at all.
Frustrated by what you can’t do with your Logitech keyboard or mouse? Try this utility.
Microsoft’s vaunted Bing search engine can’t manage to provide the basic webmaster tools that website owners depend on. Maybe they should use Google Webmaster toools to find out that they have a broken link.
PayPal is looking at a new security option to help safeguard its accounts from the frequent phishing attempts leveled at its users. The additional security comes in the form of a small electronic gadget that is sized to be on a keychain, like this one