If you’re reading this it’s probably because you already know what the effects of a ripoffreport.com thread can do to the online side of your business. If you’re not familiar with ripoffreport.com it’s basically a low-level BBB copycat and yes, that is a mugshot of the owner to the left from 20 years ago. So, … Continue reading How To Remove RipOffReport.com Entries From The Search Result Pages [PART 1]
The Skepticism Still, that isn’t stopping others from continuing to claim that the hardware is fake. (They apparently believe that the insides of an iPhone 3G were simply ripped out and stuffed into this Asian rip-off case — a claim that seems highly unlikely, at best – and ludicrous, at worst.) Others are suggesting this … Continue reading iPhone 4g Leaked [images]
Yesterday afternoon, we received a tip via Twitter that a ragtag bunch of Slovenian hackers were on their way to TechCrunch headquarters for an unscheduled meet-and-greet. We really didn’t know what to expect, but I grabbed a Flip camera to document this monumental event in Slovenian/Silicon Valley diplomatic relations. In the video below, you’ll hear … Continue reading Facebook & Google Scared of the Slovenian Hackers. TechCrunch Shows Them Love :]
This site mentioned on Tech Crunch today reminds me a lot of Twitter. If plank.ly ever gains any traction it could very well be the next Twitter. When Twitter first started it wasn’t all that great, not many people used it until a couple famous people started using it. Let’s face it, without famous people … Continue reading Plank.ly – The Next Twitter?
There is a battle going on among those who control how content is displayed from the Internet on web pages, cell phones, iPads and netbooks. On one side is Adobe with their Flash technology; the other is HTML5, wildly supported by Apple. So why does this affect you and why should you even care? To … Continue reading HTML5 vs. Flash