He also did the Spanish version of the Beauty and the Beast duet, btw. (Thanks Notes in Spanish for the recommendation!)
Category: The Internet is a Virtual Jungle
Yeah that’s about right.
Once upon a time, I had a few bunny videos uploaded that I created of the shelter bunnies. Now ever since Google started to enforce their “connect G+ account to Youtube” policy more aggressively, I’ve not only lost my videos, I also lost my playlists and my favorites. >:U So screw you Google. I made
So…I know I’m late…really really late to this, but I just found out that Twitter’s new API no longer supports RSS and Atom. Heck I noticed that my county’s newspaper’s Twitter feed was no longer working on my feed reader last week. If only I could figure out how to get JSON and PHP to
Soo…I’ve been digging through my Limit Login Attempts logs and noticed that :O someone/thing has been trying to break into my site a lot more than I thought. Ever since I installed the plugin, I’ve had as of now, 251 lockouts. Just a small sampling of the logs:
And by “kinda important”, I mean “really important”. Like, security important. I normally trust Ars as far as authenticity is concerned, but when I first read the article, I thought ‘well…I haven’t had anything happen to my site. It might not be THAT big.’ (But still, I added the Limit Login Attempts plugin and Google
And by that, I mean this, this and this.
Saaaay, remember when I mentioned the awesomest of not-smartphones, made more awesomer by Google SMS Search? Well…ummm… Google SMS not working anymore? Ironic, just four days after I discovered it and FINALLY figured out how to look up movie times on it, it gets the axe! щ(ಥДಥщ)
Okokok. This is a little late, but I only found out about it a few days ago. Luckily, despite their recent(ish) Facebook-level of noisyness: They actually let you go by an alias. (Facebook tends to get in your face if you try to sign up with a name they think is fake. “But what if
Once upon a time, I raged about Facebook and their hilariously bad decisions in regards to users and their privacy. I then mentioned Diaspora, a decentralized social network that works by having a bunch of “pods” connect to each other, and each pod having user profiles. Each pod stores the user info, instead of on
So what they’re saying is… NEW Now collects data on what apps you use! We don’t even need to ask! Goodness me, Facebook. What other kinds of BS can you come up with? :/