This blog has been a great time but it’s time to move on. Not from blogging or from WordPress, just to my own domain. Yeah! I’ve installed WordPress 2.7, with which I’m very impressed, I must say. The template took a bit of tweaking, especially the feedburner. But, now you can log in, view my work, resume, and of course, my blog. I’ve transferred a few of the posts from this blog and will move a fwe more in the future if they seem relevant or ripe for reposting.Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( None so far )
Posted on June 5, 2008. Filed under: blog, Boston, Michael Durwin, Social Network, User Generated Content, Web 2.0 | Tags: blog, Facebook, hellotxt, microblog, MySpace, reset password, social networks, status, Twitter |
I received the most annoying email today from Facebook. At first I thought it was some shady company just trying to steal my login info but when I tried to log into Facebook I found out it was legit:
We have reset your Facebook account password for security reasons. You will need to use the link provided in this email to create a new, secure password for your account. Do not use your old password. In the future, please make sure that when you log in to Facebook, you always log in from a legitimate Facebook page with the facebook.com domain. To reset your password, follow the link below:
[Link was here]
(If clicking on the link doesn’t work, try copying and pasting it into your browser.)
Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
The Facebook Team
Why on Earth would they do that? Out of nowhere. I’ve been using Facebook for awhile, it’s not like I just signed up and they didn’t like my password. I have a sneaking suspicion as to why.
I’ve recently been using HELLOtxt. It is a microblog system that allows me to type once, publish many. It allowed me to edit my Twitter, MySpace and Facebook status by typing one message and hitting submit. I just put up another message and both MySpace and Facebook failed.
I’ve reset my Facebook password and reset it for HELLOtxt as well. We’ll see how it works.Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( 1 so far )