I am seeing a new hybrid type of comment's spam in the making here. One of my posts is being targetted periodically every 3 hrs. Each post comes is originating from a different IP.
IP Address: 126.96.36.199
IP Address: 188.8.131.52
IP Address: 184.108.40.206
Included here is a screen scape from my Admin toolbox. I will delete the comments for the time being. I will edit the target post and disable comments.
I am not sure, where the root of the bootnet, but I will like to see if someone , somehere will manually tweak the attack table to identify another open vector on my blog or is the botnet intelligent enough to figure that one out !!
I always thought that Mikey had a little bit more lot of brains, then just take the lawyers advise just like that, after all he is a lawyer too. Its good to see that they resolved this Amicably . But what I don't really understand is this comment
"TechCrush is confusingly similar to TechCrunch in both the name itself and the way you visually represent it, ..."
The name part is OK, thats pretty straight forward, but the visually represent part , I don't get it, I did a small UX test and found that anyone can easily distinguish that there are different sites.
Anyhoot, Mikey sez " Eagerly await positive reinforcement from the blogosphere that some small part of what I’ve dedicated my life to is worth it"
Oh Mike, yeah I do appreciate you and your network., but at all times-- all I ask is that and your team be civil. Just because you have a freedom of speech, does not mean everything you say is intelligent. Mind you I have routed for you in the past and will will continue to do so, as long as the case is fair and just.
But just to have fun, I will register TechPeter and TechDawson, within the .net .com and .ca zones. (I luv godaddy !) -- What the heck , nothing wrong with protecting my name too !.. hey just kidden on that one, did your jaw drop ?? :)-
Before America was America, this land was comprised of various tribes and tongues that were (are still are) as diverse as our modern-day melting pot. September 22nd is recognized as Native American Day this year, and though Native Americans take pride in their heritage on any occasion, this day gives reason for celebration and education. Whether you're an American Indian or not, take some time to learn more of our history pre-Columbus and take part in Native American culture.
I know that Scobles has a lot of stuff and incoming comments and trackbacks. But I certainly think that a good person *blogger(?)* likes to keep their comments section clean and tidy. To me -- thats personal pride within my blog. That is, removing junk comments and doing some sort of house keeping.
I kinda picked this up in my feeds and rolled back to this post of Scobles and I dont belive the junk thats there !! Ok, now your turn-- You Go there and see for yourself !!
This is weird kewl. I am an unconference concall with Janean. I am listening to stories with a lot of people of -" OK Will you let me finish " from all over the globe, France, Pittsburgh, Manila and some other place.