This past Monday, the world was introduced to Heartbleed, a bug in OpenSSL that allowed hackers to access sensitive user data.
OpenSSL is an an encryption tool installed on servers hosting as much as two thirds of the entire Internet, including sites like Yahoo! Mail and OKCupid. The Heartbleed bug allows Read More
If you’ve ever sought professional advice from someone who puts “social media guru” or “marketing ninja” in their Twitter bio, you know just how little some experts add to the discussion. “Everyone is offering best-practice advice, optimization strategies, etc. It’s about time someone started offering up the very opposite,” Scooter Ramirez said, in an email to Betabeat.
Mr. Ramirez is not his real name, a fact which he felt compelled to remind us, but rather the pseudonymous handle of the cofounder of @WorstFastAgency, a jokey site that promises, “Bad advice for $1. Within 12 hours or less.”