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Ethics of Twitter use: comment flooding is bad

I have seen comments that some orchestrate their followers to harass some Twitter user. Intriguingly, I’ve also seen those same people participating comment flooding.

The main thing about flooding I have seen is that individual Twitter users are not causing the flood, but a collective effect of a crowd. 137 more words


How To Control Spam Comments on Your Blogs

How to Control Comments on Your Blogs

Blogging is one of the best ways to get your self notice and to get your information out to the world.  409 more words

glitchgoals Gatekeeping: Great Moments in Spam IV

This one comes from a friend of the blog! Well, a friend of me. She is no doubt 100% unaware of this blog and, in the event she is, has wisely never brought it up to me, because a series of awkward pauses and sighs and eye rolls isn’t much of a conversation. 292 more words


Stop using my blog posts as a forum to write your essays on your heretical doctrines!

You’re advocating salvation by works – that’s a heresy. You cannot be saved and believe it. 9 more words


Spam: The Next Generation

Why yes, the blog’s spam trap is still catching strange and wonderful new marketing approaches.

Mind you, it’s also still catching huge steaming piles of all-natural fertilizer–lately I’ve been getting several hundred spam attempts a day for online dating, all of which are straight out of the boring, “seen it a million times” school of spam. 813 more words


Girl gaga! Ha! Gotta love spam.

“What i do not understood is in fact how you’re no longer really a
lot more smartly-favored than you may be right now.
You are very intelligent.

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glitchgoals Gatekeeping: Great Moments in Spam III

It’s been a while since we’ve done one of these, but I was perusing the ol’ spam queue this afternoon and it looks like we have a new contender for “JSG’s Favorite Spam Comment Ever!” (All winners receive a small bronze trophy in the shape of a can of Spam, … 141 more words