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Comic Louise Reay, her husband suing her and the destructiveness of publicity

On Friday, I blogged a story about comic performer Louise Reay crowdfunding to cover her legal fees because her estranged husband is suing her as a result of her saying, he claims, something derogatory about him in her… 678 more words


Govern Yourself Strangely

Writing and receiving demand letters is part of the daily grind.  We send and receive all types – the nice-ish demand when the facts aren’t 100% favorable.  433 more words


Ten thousand spoons

This Twitter thread, tongue-in-cheekily contains all the things you should not put on your website:

I want an app for each website I visit. And I want all of them to have loud videos that play automatically.

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How to Disappear & Remove Online Information

I am posting the Digital Hit Man online.

The Run Down:

There are a few ways to remove your information from a website, such as politely asking them to remove the information, hacking the site and creating massive destruction, or creating a pretext that prompts them to remove the information. 469 more words

CNN and the Streisand Effect - How Doing Something Because You Can is Often Something You Knew You Shouldn't Have

Jeff Goldblum’s character in Jurassic Park said a line that really stuck with me. It was to the effect that the scientists did something because they could but didn’t stop to consider whether or not they should.   1,254 more words


Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

It was five years ago today that I first met Aaron Walker. It was in the lobby of the Montgomery County Circuit Courthouse. I was there to cover a peace order hearing for this blog. 267 more words

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