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If your Thunderbird inbox seems to be full of spam, why not start marking emails as junk. You can skip an extra step by sending them straight to the trash as well.
It’s natural that, the more popular a social network service becomes, the more attractive it is to spammers. Now, Twitter says it has 140 million active users, posting more than 340 million tweets a day and it has decided to do something about those pesky spammers.
Annotations are way for YouTube uploaders to share background information about a video, link videos together like a story, or encourage feedback from viewers. Unfortunately, annotations are also often abused by uploaders who have as far as completely covering a video with a giant spam link. Despite the spam, regular annotations are still annoying and […]
Have you ever visited a website that had absolutely no helpful information, or it was just so riddled with ads that you couldn’t even use it? I could make a list of some of the high-ranking websites out there that are culprits of this, but I’ll save that for another article… In the mean time, […]
Do you ever search for something in Google, and then find that the top search results are nothing but empty pages full of advertisements and a partial reference to your query? This is a problem that Google has been battling for the last few years! And, yesterday Google released an update that could strike a […]
Google just released a new extension for Chrome that will help refine your search engine results even further than the normal Google experience. The new extension comes as a response to users requesting action taken against websites that can be labeled as “content farms.” After taking the plugin for a test drive, it seems to […]
The News Feed on Facebook more often than not is filled with junk that you probably could care less about. Application updates, comments of comments, links, spam, you name it, but you probably don’t want to see it. Facebook does provide a solution, we can simply filter out all the junk and just see what […]
By now, we all know the pain of signing up or registering for a website, product or service. Regardless of how reputable the company is, entering your email address into that contact field amounts to one big matzo ball hanging out there. In spite of ubiquitous promises not to sell your address or spam you, […]
When I first launched the new groovyPost.com, I figured I was going to have the same problems I’ve had with other sites I built using phpBB. When I say problems, I mean post and comment SPAM. I’m happy to say the fears were for nothing being that the makers of the WordPress blogging platform Automatic […]