Either someone got extremely lucky with an opportunist cybersquat, or they did so with a little inside information. Or else, Mediaspring is fronting the registration for News International.
So the Twitter account hasn’t got anything of interest on it, other than “Test” messages, and remains protected. Once I get the Kindle link to Wordpress/LJ working, I may consider enabling traffic the other way – so that new blog posts get tweeted – but I don’t actually need another social network/time drain at the moment!
According to Russian News (LiveJournal is owned by Russian company, SUP), there is a distributed Denial of Service attack going on.
So I have just bought a replacement – the Pure Siesta Flow. This has a total of 4 alarm registers, which can be set to different day ranges – hence you can have a totally different wakeup routine at the weekend, without having to change anything. When the alarm goes, you have a choice of sources:
I have had a VOIP/SIP client on my phone for some time – SIPDroid. It is a popular client, and I could use it to make calls through my work VOIP phone system. However, it would never ring when a call came in, which limited its use.
Excellent parody of online science reporting.
I recently received an email which was sent “to notify you that we have temporanly (sic) prevented access to your account”. Nothing new about that. Except the “ISP” which was allegedly suspending me (and requiring my signing on to reactivate my account) was none other than filklore.co.uk.
I really do like it.