Category: The Internet

  • Misc. ramblings – March 30, 2008

    Razer Destructor review I’ve been slacking a bit this year but I finally got a new review online. The Razer Destructor is a $40 mousepad that ships in a very neat carrying case. Currently I’m working on a review of the Spire Edge laptop sleeve and a review of the OCZ Vendetta 2 is also […]

  • CNET to fire 120 employees

    I just read at Reuters that CNET is going to fire 120 workers, that’s about 10% of its staff. CNET is the owner of various popular sites like,, GameSpot, GameFAQs,, TechRepublic, ZDNet, … CNET expected pre-tax restructuring charges from the job cuts to run between $3.5 million and $4 million, most of which […]

  • Hoax tricks webmasters into banning search engines

    While browsing around a bit I read a pretty nasty hoax is going around in Germany that tries to trick webmasters into banning search engines from their website. The e-mail claims millions of web servers are being attacked by viruses and that you can protect yourself by creating a robots.txt with a couple of lines […]

  • Google’s paid clicks are dropping

    Google’s stock took another big hit today on fears that it won’t be able to meet Wall Street’s expectations. Market research firm comScore published a report today that indicated that the amount of paid clicks on Google’s search engine dropped 7% month-over-month in January and remained relatively flat with the same period last year. In its […]

  • Weird search queries people used to find this blog

    I took a look at some of the search queries people used to find my blog in November and was pretty amazed. Some of the search queries were just plain weird and others were very sick. A lot of the search queries had something to do with the most popular post on my blog but […]