Vodafone is emo...

, posted: 11-Sep-2006 16:42



This is
really,
really
sad.

Vodafone's marketroids don't know what emo is.

That makes me emo.


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Ferrit says sorry, got the humour wrong...

, posted: 11-Sep-2006 08:49

It may have started off as a bit of fun, but the bogus consumer reviews turned into a major embarassment for Ferrit. Peter Wogan is apologising for the jape which surely should never have happened in the first place. I had an earlier story about Ferr (read the entire post)...



Windows Live Mail Desktop - what's the point?

, posted: 10-Sep-2006 16:51

A further addition to Microsoft's Windows Live range of products is the awkwardly-named Windows Live Mail Desktop client, now in public beta. It is as the name implies a desktop client with which you can access Internet email from a variety of se (read the entire post)...



PR and the Browzar debacle

, posted: 10-Sep-2006 12:16


As I was going through the Death2Spam folders for my Fairfax Business Media email account, I came across this press release from Chameleon PR:

Dear Juha
I write with details of a new 'anti-big brother' internet browser fr (read the entire post)...



New numa numa yeay developments

, posted: 9-Sep-2006 21:32

High school boys try in vain to capitalise on the now rapidly fading "numa numa" or Dragostea din Tei craze:



But! Holy cuck! The lardtub that broke the hit on the Internet is back!



Hmm... (read the entire post)...



Support supermarket workers

, posted: 9-Sep-2006 20:43

Surely it didn't have to end up like this, given how little supermarket workers earn and the big profits the store owners make?

From Shelfrespect:

- The lockout follows the indefinite suspension of workers after commencing a (read the entire post)...



Capped! The Internet on the meter strikes back

, posted: 9-Sep-2006 17:28


Teh_Intarweb on dialup speed sucks badly, let me assure you of that.

The reason I know that is because I am over my monthly 30GB cap with Wired Country. I didn't actually know that I had a 30GB cap, but even if I do, there's (read the entire post)...



Adobe del.icio.us spamming or being 'smart'?

, posted: 5-Sep-2006 21:25

Swissmiss notes that Adobe has a set up a del.icio.us account and posted heaps of bookmarks there. She thinks it's a good resource, and in some ways it is but... isn't this "social bookmarking spamming"? I mean, how hard is it to find all tha (read the entire post)...



'Consumer reviews' on Ferrit written by... Ferrit

, posted: 5-Sep-2006 14:28

Ana Samways over at Spareroom has a remarkable entry about Ferrit staffers writing the consumer reviews on the online mall. Yes, that's right: what you thought were reviews from actual customers were in fact done by Ferrit and Telecom staff, as w (read the entire post)...



Crikey, the Croc Hunter carks it - Internet melts down

, posted: 4-Sep-2006 16:48

News is in that Steve Irwin or "the Crocodile Hunter" bought the big one up in Cairns. Apparently a stingray put a barb through his chest at Batt Reef off Port Douglas, around midday Australian time while Steve was filming a documentary there.
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