Facebook just removed everyone’s email address from their profile and replaced it with an @facebook.com email address without asking you. Here’s how to easily fix the problem
The Ministry of Environment and Tourism has had a severely ugly website. That website has been hacked. I can’t tell if this happened recently, but the contact email address the hacker left suggests this may have happened sometime last year. MusLim HaCkeRs Virtual Soldier returns/ The Game Started Close the holes. mailto : email@example.com Following the Ministry of Finance incident last month, I guess the Zimbabwe government departments need to
The Abs0lution group has hacked the Ministry of Finance’s website. One of the top stories reads as follows: Robert Mugabe & Morgan Tsvangirai reportedly dead after being attacked by mole people, At approximately 3pm the two presidential candidates were set upon by a gang of vicious mole people. It is unknown from where these mole people originated from, Some say they came from neighboring Zambia or Botswana, Others say they
So. Facebook finally rolled out its much-anticipated Timeline feature, which brings a snazzy new interface to your profile, not to mention the ability to see every post anyone’s ever made back to their first day on Facebook. Every. Single. One. You can get the Timeline feature right now, but Facebook gives you seven days to adjust the look of your timeline before it goes public. Chances are, you’ll want to tweak a few things before you publish it
It has been one year to the day since I launched this blog.
It’s been fun, and there’s no better than feeling than when you’ve made a difference, either in someone’s life or in the way things are done.
Here’s to us, the consumers who prove every day the we are not sheep.
Whilst going through my favourite publication this morning, I came across what seemed an interesting article.
With businesses closing down in Zimbabwe, unemployment is increasing and as a result, there is less consumer spending.
During tough economic times, it might have been hard to come up with anything more visceral than the appeal to “Buy Zimbabwe. Save a job.”
All well and good, and this seems like a noble effort. Except … buyzimbabwe.org.zw itself is not even hosted in Zimbabwe
Social networks can be great things. If you’ve ever heard of a ‘viral video’ you know how easily something funny and unique can spread like wildfire through the use of social connections. The same problem can occur with hoaxes and bogus information. The problem is when someone socially well-connected either tweets or posts something bogus, and the network takes this as gospel. These people need to know that a little