My goodness, those spam comments really just make me laugh at times. Here’s the latest, in full. Really, how, and even more, why, do people come up with such rubbish??
Together with every thing which seems to be building within this area, many of your points of view are very exciting. Even so, I appologize, because I can not subscribe to your entire plan, all be it refreshing none the less. It seems to everyone that your commentary are actually not completely rationalized and in reality you are your self not really fully certain of your assertion. In any case I did appreciate examining it.
Don’t know really what my “plan” is, but I’m glad that someone finds it “refreshing” ;-). But I’m most amused about the last part, about everyone (who’s everyone??) finding my commentary not really rational and that I’m apparently aren’t really convinced about what I’m saying.
No guess which of my posts received this spam comment – exactly, on again it is my “About” post :-). But I’m glad it’s appreciated :-).
Really, go and find something useful to do!
Posted in Digital
Tagged blog, fun, spam, web2.0
Spam is an annoying part of our everyday digital life. We receive dozens of spam messages in all our e-mail accounts, on our blogs, etc. The only thing to do with them is ignore and delete them. But sometimes, they are so absurd that they just make you grin. These are usually those found on your blog. Like the one I found today:
Nicely this post that i’ve been waited for so long. I require this article to total my assignment in the college, and it’s same topic with your article.
The post in question is About, i.e. my blog profile. Wow, I must be really famous if they’re writing essays in college about me!! 😉
Posted in Digital
Tagged blog, fun, web2.0
Via Infobib die Meldung zum Projekt SwissBib, einem Metakatalog der Hochschulen und der Nationalbibliothek in der Schweiz:
SwissBib ist der künftige Metakatalog der Schweizer Hochschulbibliotheken und der Schweizerischen Nationalbibliothek. Er wird einen raschen, einfachen und umfassenden Zugang zu wissenschaftlicher Information in der Schweiz verschaffen.
Das Projekt ist Teil von E-Lib.ch. Eine Beta-Version von SwissBib ist nun öffentlich. Auf dem SwissBib Wiki können sich Interessierte über das Projekt informieren und mit dem RSS-Feed über die Neuigkeiten auf dem Laufenden bleiben.