A note for scammers that think they are new media specialist

When you live a comment giving me #$%#$ because I’ve rejected your previous comment because it was:

  1. in the spam filter
  2. because it was totally off topic

Also it doesn’t make you look more legit when you leave www.google.com as your website and that the email address is not valid either. Maybe you want to convince me that your services will help make my website a lot of money. The only thing you did was to lose credibility.

But writing this did entertain me for 5 min.

Thanks.

p.s. if I was making 900$ a day with a scam like yours I would not be wasting time on other people website complaining about my comment not being published.

Vox is closing on September 30, 2010

Started in the golden days of blogs vox for me was a LiveJournal without the html mess and to have to find hosting yourself for your media content, because in its early days LiveJournal was hosting only the text/html part. If I remember well it was advertised as a LiveJournal for grown up, in the days they where both own by Six Apart. It was very sleek, sad it never got to be popular amongst myspace, facebook etc.

But it seems grown up where more seduced by Facebook! But do you really express yourself there?

I rarely say that but I don’t know if it’s going to be missed.