The SEO Is Not Enough.

It’s not a secret, I am one of the few guys left on the planet who do not believe in the magic of SEO. I believe SEO methods are good, but they must be combined with user prediction models and utilizing user behavior for better content serving. Why am I writing this? Well I think…

@Geeksphone e-mail campaign is …not for geeks

I just opened an email from Geeksphone. They are trying to sell “Revolution”.  Revolution is not something you can sell, and it should not be something you should be able to buy – terrible name for an e-mail campaign subject. I’ve opened it just because I like Geeksphone products, but after that booom! Yes it’s…

Wips My Browser

Do you remember MTV’s Pimp My Ride? It was a show about a bunch of guys who came to your home and magically transformed your old car into a modern-looking vehicle. I remember the passion of the crew and as well as the face of the “client” when s/he saw the “pimped” ride. The show…

Warning! A Mozilla scam

I just got this message into my mailbox. Beware! From: Mozilla Firefox [mailto:mozwin@outlook.com] Sent: Monday, January 20, 2014 4:34 AM Subject: 2014 Promotion Reward. Sir/Madam, Good News !!!!  Mozilla Foundation is rewarding people all over the world through its online promotion recently conducted which your email has been selected as a winner. Your E-mail Address…

Facebook doesn’t like QR codes?

I just got this message from Facebook: Your ad wasn’t approved because the image includes nonexistent functionality such as a play button that suggests video capability or a close buttons that doesn’t close. And the image with the “nonexistent functionality” is… a QR code. I really don’t get it.