Trademark/Brands are protected from confusingly similar derivatives in the real world. I don’t expect Google to become an arbiter of trademarks, but this case (it is a real case, just as absurd) they should consider the spirit of trademark law especially considering how their match types work.
I must admit, Donato’s franchise has great pizza. But when it comes to trusting their online ordering environment, their email security practices leaves a bad taste in my mouth.
Omnistar Tell-a-Friend’s hosted services have page not found problems. No problem. When I point it out through their support system, they send me to fill out forms. Reminds me of lost luggage booths at airports. “Our system is broken, but you still have to pay the price.”
MSNBC/BusinessWeek recently published Gene Marks’ Tech ‘Solutions’ Your Small Biz Can’t Use where he seems to dismiss “all things internet” and debunks “highfalutin software and gadgets aim to help you run your company.” The comments shred the article, and are very interesting to read.
If I email you and don’t get a response on December 24th, I’m not going to sit around wondering why and think you’re a lazy son-of-a-bitch. Autoreplies are evil, and serve little purpose except in mission-critical solve-it-now roles like doctors, lawyers involved in litigation, and IT professionals running high TOS systems. Not you. Turn it off :-)
Amazon Prime – This returned probably 500%+ ROI. Worth every dime. EndPCNoise Workstation – the sweetest Windows XP machine I’ve owned. Spooky quiet. Fujitsu ScanSnap – This was the year I went digital on just about everything. This was the reason. Simulscribe – My voice mails, transcribed, and emailed to me. (I don’t know why…