Deleting the deleted Earlier tonight, I deleted a post from Facebook. Yet 25 minutes later, my friend Ivon could comment on it. I attempted to delete it again, but Facebook says I can’t—since it’s been deleted. Well, clearly it hasn’t. It also doesn’t appear in my personal history, although my comments do! I really wonder if anyone tests this website.
Curious Within minutes of uploading, and making public, photographs of Saturday’s anti-war protest in Moscow on my Facebook wall, this happened. (The ﬁrst screenshot is mine; the second is a friend’s.)
The latest Google mishap We had wondered why our Feedburner RSS-feed stats at Lucire had gone way down. Here’s why: Google is serving completely the wrong site. We’ve had to change the links on our site today so that we no longer rely on Feedburner.
How incompetent can Google get? Why I am surprised that Google has totally messed up again? We’ve only had the one Feedburner address for Lucire for six years. And now, it chooses to serve totally the wrong site through our feed URL.
Google’s remaining anomaly on my account Working my way down the list: privacy breaches in Adsense, remedied after a few years; bug in Analytics, remedied after three years. And now that Rick Klau intervened and sorted out the privacy glitch on my long-dead Blogger account after another three-and-a-half years (note: Rick did it in a day. The other idiots at Google dicked me around for three-and-a-half years), there remains one anomaly on my Google Dashboard.
Apparently I have three contacts. Except that none of them are mine. (They are inaccessible, incidentally, so I have no clue who they are. World’s best brand, huh?)