links for 2008-02-29

  • The comments here are amazing. “My 5 year old son pointed out that the passenger’s shoes cannot be removed. Then, we placed a deadly fingernail file underneath the passenger’s scarf, and neither the detector doorway nor the security wand picked it up.”
  • “The people who handle our website set up mock pages. It’s as simple as that. A third party was preparing something in case (Favre’s retirement) happened. They’ve done that the last five years.” Your web site folks are idiots and should have a test site.
  • I didn’t know Marissa Mayer is from Wisconsin. Yet another person I’d love to talk to for an hour.
  • This is the dumbest advice ever. Typos are mistakes. Mistakes are bad. If they aren’t mistakes they aren’t typos. If the only way to get attention is to be an idiot and misspell something then you are in trouble.

1 thought on “links for 2008-02-29”

  1. Hi Bob. I’m not suggesting people use typos as the only way to get attention; rather, as a way to suck in feedback and get conversations started. It’s a proven technique that’s been used for years to create sales and develop interest.

    Hope you can see that it was just a bit of fun and not something I think everyone should start adopting!

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