With an ill-advised tweet posted Wednesday, WikiLeaks may have won the tacky self-interest sweepstakes. The tweet, which was quickly deleted, suggested a deadly attack aimed at the American Embassy in Benghazi, Libya was justified by Julian Assange’s refugee status inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
No one expected Glenn Beck’s first venture in the post-Fox news era to be a Groupon style e-commerce site.
But the icing on the cake is that Beck named his new venture Markdown.com.
Seems simple, easy to remember and relevant to the business at hand. Except that uber-famous Apple blogger John Gruber created a Read More
Vitaly Borker made headlines back in December after he started attacking customers who complained about his business with abusive emails and threats of violence. It was also an interesting situation because Borker had managed to make his site the number one result on Google for a simple search on the term “eyeglasses”. Borker told The Read More
Instead of gossiping about teachers over chardonnay after a PTA meeting, New York moms are blasting the Internet with opinions about their kids’ schools.
And judging from her impassioned tweets, one mom seems to be drinking alone.
Seema Kalia, the mom of a second grader at Trinity, alleges that there is trustee fraud, an unlicensed Read More
We can’t help but feel a little responsible for this one. Yesterday Betabeat ran a story about an email from Moviefone Editor-in-Chief Patricia Chui informing freelancers that they were going to be let go, but offering them the opportunity to participate as part of their “non-paid” blogger system.
The hacker group Gnosis brought down the Gawker Media empire over the weekend.
As part of their attack, they revealed sensitive data from hundreds of thousands of Gawker users.
For the security specilialists at Duo, this was a golden opportunity to practice their craft.
“As it’s not very often that Read More