I see that it’s a trend to do facelifts on sites that otherwise were perfectly functional, but haven’t changed in their outlook for a while, and it’s a trend to make changes for the mere sake of making changes, even if those changes break functionality. Yahoo, gmail, even operating systems and desktops like Ubuntu, and
Sometimes even the “big boys” of the internet world have errors in their services, sites, etc. Here’s a proof: trying to access a link from aweber.com, which was sent to me in an e-mail to confirm a subscription to some ezine, their site showed me an internal server error. I’m not debating whether it’s a
Looks like for some unknown reason Twitter and t.co redirector are offline if you are trying to access it from Romania, and possibly some other places – see the pictures below – but is online if you access it from…. well, “the right” places. Talk about equality, and no boundaries on the internet, and all
Although blogcatalog is a pretty well known platform by the blogging comunities around the world, I’ve had the misfortune to be blocked from registering, and I also had the misfortune to be treated as if I was transparent, by its staff, not receiving at least a negative answer to my support or help request. Here’s
I am apphaled by the amount of fake sofistication and fake high level of intelligence and security-awareness sometimes some online service providers are trying to prove they have ! Today, while trying to change my yahoo password on one of my accounts, I was met several times with the message that my password is either
I sometimes wonder, whether those coders and other people who work(ed) for giant corporations like WordPress, Mozilla, etc., even bother thinking about the repercussions of their actions, and the effect of their products on society, or they simply feel completely satisfied with the gullible doctrines they subscribe to by working for those companies.