For a number of months every time I log into Facebook (or at least it seemed that way) Facebook would add a call for help with translation into my news feed. I think most of my readers are aware that I live in Poland, though those details are not directly available to Facebook, unless they look at my phone number.
After my last post regarding Wide Circles I exchanged emails with one of their support representatives, with their message being…
We definitely do not tolerate any kind of SPAM at all
I know the new additions to Gmail are just tweaks, and mainly created in Google “20% time” but these little problems cause me no end of frustration.
Gmail Spam False Positives
Jeff over at Coding Horror has just been taking a small pop at Yelp for requiring email account access to find friends
Email is the de-facto master password for a huge swath of your online identity. Tread carefully:
On my last post regarding the new Consumer Protection laws that came into force 26th May, I had to preface the post that I am not a lawyer, and effectively just speculate on how they might affect online marketing.
iHype.com was due to launch today and it is my strong personal opinion that they will head straight to the Techcrunch deadpool, and if they get a mention on Techcrunch, it will purely be for the satisfaction of sending them there.