Posted by thatbloggingsloot
Most people these days have converted to team iPhone. I still use a CrackBerry and I could give less fux about it. I’ve had one since eighth grade and I’m not ready to give BlackBerrys up just yet. One of few things that pisses a lot of BlackBerry users off though, is a lack of access to Instagram. It’s like a secret club BlackBerrys aren’t allowed to be in. But not anymore! There is an App you can download called Instabeuri which is not officially affiliated with Instagram, but still gives you full access to it. So search BlackBerry App World for Instabeuri, it’s only $2 and you can upload pictures of your every meal to Instagram like every other botch on Instagram does. It’s a little slow but it gets the job done! I hope I helped a couple fellow CrackBerry people out.
Posted by Frustrated blogger
All day my news feed has been blown up by the same status about Facebook’s rights to your information. Lets stop being dumb asses today, you gave up your rights to Facebook when you accepted the terms and conditions in order to create your account. There is a 99.99% chance you never even read those terms and conditions. Somewhere in there it is already stated that whatever you upload to the site belongs to Facebook. Updating your status does not justify shit or help anybody out. The moment you put anything on Facebook , it belongs to them. This status update was clearly a scam to get as many morons as possible to re-post it. Your status update does not mean anything and Mark Zuckerberg is not reading your status either. Stop re-posting those long ass statuses, because you already fucked yourself when you accepted the terms and conditions.
P.S. If you want your shit protected, stop using technology. Nothing is protected in the 21st century if you share it anywhere.
P.P.S. This also goes for sexting, don’t get pissed at your boyfriend when he shows your tits to his friends, legally there is nothing you can do, he owns that pic.
Posted by That Rhody Ram
Source- There are now two female staffers writing for Gizmodo, myself and Leslie [name redacted],and neither of us blew anyone for our job. Some of you seem to be under the misguided impression that sexual favors are the only way a woman could possibly end up writing for a tech blog—wrong. And you know what? It’s not just wrong, it’s rude. It’s rude to come into our posts and say that the only reason we have the jobs that we do is because Gizmodo needed to fulfill some imagined gender quota. It’s fucking rude to say that we’re only writing for Gizmodo because we “lipstick shampooed” some guy’s “jock” to “get our job.” (Your over-evolved metaphor only further proves your immaturity; just say “blow job”!) But either way, if you say these things, you can bet your cowardly, juvenile ass you’re going to get dismissed from the discussion.
Has there ever been a girl in the history of the world who needed to get laid more than this bitch? I don’t think so. She probably looks like Shrek, except she’s not as funny. The nerds at Gizmodo thought she was so ugly and revolting that they would rather just hire her to shut her up and fill gender-quotas than suffer through one of her BJs. Actually on second thought, this feminist lady probably “doesn’t do” blowjobs. I also wanna point out that if you’re going to let the comment section of a tech blog throw you into a fit of rage, then maybe the commenters have a good point. You don’t belong there. The tech world is a man’s world. If you work there and even admit to being one of TWO female employees, then you should know as much as anyone else that you don’t belong.
Stereotypes exist for a reason. This fem-bitch is prob twice the cook I am, but I’m twice the writer.
PS: If you can’t take the heat, stay out of the kitchen. **ZING!!**
Posted by That Rhody Ram
Source-A Virginia sheriff’s deputy who was fired for “liking” his boss’ opponent on Facebook likes his chances in a federal lawsuit claiming his click was constitutionally protected. The deputy, Daniel Ray Carter Jr., and five other employees were fired after clicking the “like” button on Facebook in support of Jim Adams, their boss’ opponent in the race for Hampton sheriff in 2009.“It is the Court’s conclusion that merely ‘liking’ a Facebook page is insufficient speech to merit constitutional protection,” [U.S. District Judge] Jackson wrote in his opinion.
It’s official. I gotta delete my Facebook. If my job security is threatened by my “likes” then I am just waiting to get canned.
In other rants…This is why you keep your social life (which includes Facebook) separate from your work life. Never mix business with pleasure. You don’t accept friend requests from people at work, especially bosses. And you better keep your privacy settings in check! Don’t let what you do in your off time affect your job. I can’t stress it enough.
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