What can be done in order to cause people not to use dark background and light font color on their web pages? Reading long text, which looks like this can be frustrating! Yes, I know about bookmarklets and use them extensively (you should as well, if don't alrea
BBC informs us, that a major fraud, targeting account information of private clients was prevented by a new government body, called "Soca". The acronym stands for "Serious Organized Crime Agency" which I find rather amusing.
Когда в английской прессе разгорался скандал вокруг иракской войны (а было это после того, как коалиции не удалось найти так называемое оружие массового уничтожения, будто старый добрый Калашников - это детский совочек, и им нельзя перебить несколько миллионов), и премьер министр ея Величества Великобритании и Северной Ирландии Тони Блеэр участвовал во всевозможных телешоу, призваных убедить всех в его первозданной и непоруганной белизне и пушистости, стало модным со стороны отдельных его сограждан называть его Истинным Именем.
As mentioned earlier, I have been suffering from increasing numbers of spam comments. I got tired of it and installed the anti-spam module for Drupal, mentioned in that blog entry. It looks like with a little twisting and adjusting, it catches almost all of the garbage. Cool!
It looks like investment banks' profits will be exceptionally high this year as well. On the radio they have been saying that once again "those people with six figure salaries will get extra high bonuses". Not me, unfortunately.
Lately I am getting lots of spam comments to my blog entries, mainly concerned with pornographic sites or anti-impotence drugs sale. This is really annoying, and although my comments are not published automatically, but are rather stored in approval queue, it wastes more and more of my time to go through it and delete all of them.
A valid option would be to use a captcha module for Drupal. I tried it, but it obviously has some bugs, which prevents even humans from posting, so it is not really useful.