Friday, December 5, 2008
Of course, the damage was done early on. I had to move my blog to Wordpress running on my own server. All in all, that has not been a bad experience. I will, however, be leery of depending on Google for anything that is vital. Their actions, and delayed reactions, have been heard loud and clear.
Thursday, December 4, 2008
When Google wants to screw you, they can do you up royally.
Again, would you want all your apps and data in the hands of such non-responsive people?
Think about it.
Sunday, September 28, 2008
Below is Google's promise to verify that by blog is non-spam.
They do not do that.
I have been requesting a review since July 9. And since then, every week or so, I ask them again.
Google shrugs. Their NON-action shouts, "Fuck you! We're Google; we're big and you're not. We don't give a running fuck at a rolling doughnut about some worthless little peon's blog."
Does this stink? Oh yeah, no surprise that Google's blog search doesn't pick this up. That way they can hide their actions from the rest of the Internet. Real big of you, Google.
Blogger's spam-prevention robots have detected that your blog has characteristics of a spam blog. (What's a spam blog?) Since you're an actual person reading this, your blog is probably not a spam blog. Automated spam detection is inherently fuzzy, and we sincerely apologize for this false positive.
We received your unlock request on September 29, 2008. On behalf of the robots, we apologize for locking your non-spam blog. Please be patient while we take a look at your blog and verify that it is not spam.
Find out more about how Blogger is fighting spam blogs.
Monday, August 25, 2008
(Click image above to read the whole screed.)
Hmmm, funny that I already received one of these on July 9 when the Googlebot torpedoed this blog.
Google's doing its best to make MICROSOFT look good ... hard, but as this is proving, not impossible.
I'd certainly like to STOP chronicling this cyberpersecution and resume the blog's original topics.
Until then, read the other topics at: http://therewillbetruth.com
CRAP-tcha for this post:
And the following for a revision:
Nuts! Didn't get that right. It looked like wbtjuuhf ... that first character must have been a "u"
So, here we go again. This one looks like nbpii
ER ... no.
Okay, finally one that is legible: xzycb.
Any wonder that I don't post here anymore?
Saturday, August 23, 2008
BUT, when I try to post on my own blog, I get CRAP-tchas like the following.
Going on two months and the Google-oids have done nothing to alter this despite repeated requests. I guess the Googloids are sadistic and just want to make sure that I stop using Blogspot and keep loving Wordpress.
As I've said, this certainly casts serious doubts about putting your data in their hands in a cloud-computing environment.
Thursday, August 21, 2008
As you can see from the image (left), I am still having to deal with CRAP-tchas to make posts.
This sort of arrogance and incompetence on the part of Google goes a loooooong way toward answering a question about having all your data and applications -- so-called "cloud computing -- in the hands of people who don't give a running fuck at a rolling doughnut about their customers.
Monday, July 21, 2008
This garbage is what they give me when I try to post.
Plus, the Google-oids refuse to answer emails.
This is a very good reason to make sure you do not trust anything at all to their servers unless you have a full and updated backup on your own machine.
PLEASE visit us at our own UNCENSORED site using Wordpress: http://therewillbetruth.com