This is soo fake. The hours are wrong, the prices are WAY off (5k for a powermac.) Beware! Any one know how to report this?
Hilarious, and there’s no doubt others going around too.
A senior at UMass Dartmouth was visited by federal agents two months ago, after he requested a copy of Mao Tse-Tung’s tome on Communism called “The Little Red Book.” Two history professors at UMass Dartmouth, Brian Glyn Williams and Robert Pontbriand, said the student told them he requested the book through the UMass Dartmouth library’s interlibrary loan program. The student, who was completing a research paper on Communism for Professor Pontbriand’s class on fascism and totalitarianism, filled out a form for the request, leaving his name, address, phone number and Social Security number. He was later visited at his parents’ home in New Bedford by two agents of the Department of Homeland Security, the professors said. The professors said the student was told by the agents that the book is on a “watch list,” and that his background, which included significant time abroad, triggered them to investigate the student further.
I’ve been a long-standing user of BlogJet for most of of my blog postings. It’s easy to use, includes pretty much every feature that you could want, and just works. However, there’s been one feature that’s annoyed me: its handling of multiple blogs. Although all the features you could want are there – posting to multiple blogs at the same time, editing posts – they’re hidden behind the interface, rather than exposed by it.
Having also used the excellent Ecto on Mac, I decided to have a look at Ecto for Windows, and it’s a very nice little application. It handles multiple blogs with an interface that makes sense, borrowing from the “three pane” approach of email, so it’s easy to flip from blog to blog, and includes Technorati tagging. It doesn’t (as far as I can work out) let you post to more than one blog at the same time, but it’s a simple cut and paste job to do this so it’s not a problem. And I’d certainly give credit for support. I had a problem with posting to an MSN Spaces account, mentioned this in a comment on Adriaan’s blog, and within minutes had Alex Hung (who writes the Windows version) emailing me to get more details. The problem doesn’t look like it’s been solved yet (it’s a problem with MSN rather than Ecto), but the fact that Alex was on the case so quickly gives me confidence that it will be.
For the moment, because of the issue with Spaces, I’m sticking with BlogJet, but I’ll look again at Ecto once it’s been fixed.