Daniel Dura

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Archive for January, 2004

Blog Spam War (part 2)

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Even after installing mt-blacklist and purging my system of almost 5000 spam comments, I am still getting spammed quite heavily. I have received almost 500 spam comments in just the past few hours.

So…. I just deleted my comments.cgi. Until MT releases the comment registration, no more comments. Take that you bastards….

If you still want to get in touch with me, feel free to email me.

Written by Daniel Dura

January 16th, 2004 at 10:06 am

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2 Jobs: Flash Developers

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Who says the economy isn’t getting better?

I have been asked by Fujitsu Network Communications (based in a suburb of Dallas, Texas, a subsidiary of Fujitsu, Ltd., the third largest IT company in the world, 180,000 employees worldwide, 38 billion in revenue last year) to recommend some individuals for 2 new positions for Flash Developers that have just opened up. These positions are for Flash Developers with an intermediate to advanced knowledge level of ActionScript. If you have experience in Flash design, motion graphics, etc., also feel free to send me your information. These are great positions which will allow you creative freedom, while working for a large, stable corporation. Along with Flash, you will also need to know the basics of publishing web pages, etc.; standard stuff. The only catch is that they would prefer that you be local to the Dallas area. If you are not local, still send me your resume, etc.

Send your resume or questions to:

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January 12th, 2004 at 8:45 am

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Blog Spam War…

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…has been declared on my blog for some reason. Overnight, I received about 400-500 (yes the number is correct) blog comment spam entries. So, until I can install a system for dealing with the spam, I have disabled the comments. It is pretty sad when it comes to this, it really takes the fun out of blogging…

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January 9th, 2004 at 8:01 am

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