But officer, it was the All Star Game!
But officer, it was the All Star Game!
I was recently shopping around for car insurance quotes. State Farm declared me "uninsurable" because of two tickets on my record. Even so, they still decided to send me a birthday card.Thanks, I guess?
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I was chatting with a friend tonight and we came upon the subject of Posterous. She proceeded to share this with me:
I read your blog religiously. You want to know my dedication to your site? I was actually laptopless for 7 months, but I made sure I had your site as a bookmark on my Blackberry so that I wouldn't miss anything.
If only more people had this kind of dedication to reading my blog, the world would be a much better place.
I'm not going to even bother dissecting this hideousness. It would take me too long. The people at Chase should be ashamed of themselves.
Also, according to the Wayback Machine, the website hasn't changed since 2006, which equates to about 28 internet years - a very long time.
And somebody even created a Chrome Extension to modify the design of the Chase account portal when using Chrome. Once people start using their own CSS to improve the functionality of your website, it might be a good indicator that it's time to start over.
Just a quick note to let you know about a side project I've been working on recently.
It's called FolioHD, and it's a great way to showcase your portfolio of digital work, like photography and even website design. Here's what a portfolio site can look like, without any technical setup or hassle: http://gooley.foliohd.com
I have a lot of friends who are getting into photography, and as a result, want a way to show off their work online. I used to always set them up with a Wordpress blog, installing Wordpress manually on my server each time. Then we'd install a Wordpress theme that would work for their needs. This was a tedious process, so I wanted to come up with a solution - something they could do on their own from start to finish.Enter: FolioHD
Here's a screenshot of the user interface:
I teamed up with a buddy of mine, developer and photographer Christopher Gooley and soon after I shared the idea with him, we had a working prototype. We've been busy adding features ever since. Here's some of the things FolioHD can do:
And this is just the start. We've got lots more coming, like cool themes that will really make your work pop.So if you know anyone who is looking for a way to easily get their portfolio online, tell them to check out http://foliohd.com. They'll be up and running in seconds; it's the quickest and easiest way to get a professional-looking portfolio.
site:facebook.com "Do you want to stop receiving Facebook emails" - fixed by Facebook or site:facebook.com "Do you want to stop receiving Facebook emails" @gmail.com - fixed by Facebook Queries like this returned thousands of results, and I'm sure with a little digging, you could find more.
What makes this a big problem is the fact that you can find THOUSANDS of email addresses by doing a simple Google search like:
One obvious problem is that spammers can easily scrape this data and add easily legitimate address to their lists, many of whom might not give their addresses to Facebook for a reason. I actually remember seeing this problem a while back (maybe 6 months to a year ago), but forgot about it. I'm a little surprised that this one has slipped through the cracks for this long.
Follow me on Twitter and I'll let you know how this thing turns out.
Update: It looks like Facebook has fixed the issue by preventing search engines from indexing that page. A big thanks to Blake Ross from Facebook for joining the thread on Hacker News to find the root of the problem and get it fixed. My email address is safe, once again!
Nah. There's room for a few more. =]