File under ‘…really, Amazon?!’ In another example of Amazon’s AWS abuse detection failing spectacularly, likely the same culprits behind last week’s Tesco Voucher Giveaway scam have targeted Facebook users again — this time with a “Timeline Removal Plugin” scam. The scam seems to function thusly: victim clicks the link from a previous victim’s event,Â creates a […]
Posts from ‘August, 2012’
So Microsoft have officially unveiled their new company-wide corporate brand… And it’s truly terrible.
I could just about tolerate MS turning all their web properties Metro to match the imminently-launched Windows 8… Not like I’ll be using W8. But their classic, instantly and universally recognisable main logo? Eurgh. The clowns responsible for this better be preparing for the tons of scorn about to be ladled upon them.
For some history, here’s the evolution of their logo…
I received an item I’d ordered from the US valued at $25. According to HMRC their July exchange rate valued this in Sterling at Â£15.88 – therefore liable (by 88p) for Import VAT of Â£3.17. That’s not so bad, however Royal Mail then decided to apply an Â£8Â international handling charge. Outrageous! Not only is this […]
When I was in London in 2012 for the Olympics, I went to watch a couple of films (and paid handsomely) at the (brand new) Westfield Vue cinema. Wasn’t too impressed. Here’s some feedback I also emailed to them… [edit, 20/08/2012: Vue responded, click through for the reply.]