Not the first to complain about the spam problem that plagues LinkedIn groups, but I shall definitely jump on the bandwagon because it feels like it's escalating lately. I've been rather careful about the groups I've joined (a mere 20) and changed all my settings to receive only digest emails only for the groups I'm most interested in, weekly for others and turned them off altogether for others, yet it feels like the spam levels have increased. I may have to excuse myself from most of my … [Read more...] about LinkedIn’s Group Spam Problem Is Almost Unbearable
Comment spam is the blogger's equivalent of hemorrhoids. It's that itching, burning, pain in the ass that you just can't get rid of no matter how hard you scratch. Yet, very occasionally, the pain will subside and comment spam will provide you with a moment of humor or in this case a cheap grin at the plain honesty of it (I'm not sure if hemorrhoids will ever do that unless they give you some awesome pain medication). This morning I happened upon an example of such honesty: You need to approve … [Read more...] about Honest Spam
Lazyfeed boasts that is is like a conyevor belt of sushi. Have you tried Conveyor belt sushi? At a conveyor belt sushi restaurant, sushi plates are automatically delivered to you literally on a conveyor belt, so you don't have to move around. Lazyfeed is Conveyor belt sushi for your interest. Lazyfeed is all about letting you watch live updates on every topic you care about. Just add the topics you are interested in and start watching. Real-time updates on those topics will continuously … [Read more...] about Lazyfeed Is Not Serving Sushi. It’s All Spam!