Monthly Archives: June 2009

The best spam I ever got

Don’t you just love this letter? I think that Anti Spam companies can learn a few things from this pattern. If you know someone from this industry (I don’t), send it over to him and let me know if it … Continue reading

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The shorter (your url) – the better!

Every now and then I bump into stupid mistakes that web developers do, and sometimes it really hurts to watch. Take a look at this URL: http://www.syrolight.com/web/8888/nsf/sbs.py?&_ID=12633&G=11813&did=5067&PF=1&SM3=12633&SM=11813?=EN&_UserReference=F2ADA3622DE0ABB14A3F44C7 What the hell is happening here? This URL should be ILLEGAL! The programmer … Continue reading

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Another reason for using Chrome.

This is a message I have just seen when I went to ynet.co.il, the most popular website in Israel. Isn’t it funny that such a popular site is exposed to vulnerabilities so easily? In any case, IE users don’t get … Continue reading

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Affilicon 2009

I was really excited to attend Afiilicon 2009 this week. The conference was fascinating, full of great quality content presented by excellent speakers. My favorite was Harlan Kilstein, which I’m going to hear again this Monday. On this video, Harlan … Continue reading

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How To Find The Best Domain Name

One of the most frustrating steps I face when building a new website is looking for a great domain name. Since nearly every domain name you can think of is already taken, some creativity is needed here. So here it … Continue reading

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