Reports are just coming out of a major fracas at Wikipedia over a senior editor with bogus credentials. The thrust of the story is not that the editor had bogus credentials, but that he was almost at the top of the Wikipedia tree
If you are logging into your FeedBurner account from a network, anyone else on that network could be logging in as you too:
Here’s what happened again today (YES, I said AGAIN), I go to work, log into the network, and check all my stats everywhere (Google Analytics, Adsense, etc). Eventually, I get to my Feedburner stats and they look odd, not like they did here, but like my stats are all weird stuff…much lower…man..what happened last night…everything is off…
I don't read techcrunch religiously but I do skim the headlines and am usually pretty impressed with the reporting over there but the latest story leaves me feeling a bit cheated Possible Major Google Announcement Tomorrow
In a case of WTF ARE THEY THINKING Copeac the affiliate company owned by Intermark Media put out This T-Shirt for the Affiliate Summit West at there Booth. While I thought it was pretty stupid for this "upcoming" affiliate company to do this I gotta say it made me laugh.
Well it looks like all our congrats to Nick W were in order, but only in the sense of "congrats for resigning shortly before the complete collapse"! Performancing has announced a total, immediate shutdown on their blog:
Saw this over at Casino Affiliate Programs. The source quoted there is the Sunday Times - Times Online. Looks like the US government has directed banks to start handing over all information related to transactions with online gaming companies as early as last October.
Heard through the grapevine that MarketSmart Interactive closed their doors today and is dissolving the company. Not sure what happened but was informed they laid off all employees and shut their doors today.
On my blog earlier this year I made a half-joking half-serious post about Google "tampering" with porn SERP's. Valleywag is reporting some of it's adult content sister sites have dropped from Google index
Boldy leaping where few have gone before, Jason Calacanis takes a new Dell box with Google Apps out-of-the-box, squints a bit, and manufactures a Google OS for 2007 and the death of Microsoft a year or so later. Sort of.
According to NASA Ames, a discussion about the agreement with Google has been scheduled for Monday, December 18. Not much is known about what is going to be discussed, but the press release gives us a couple clues: