Remember how Louis C.K. released a comedy special on his own site for $5.00, and then lots of other famous comedians did it, too, because who needs THE MAN, right? Art, y’all, art. Problem is, if you aren’t already famous, it’s hard to get thousands and thousands of people to come to your personal site to download your personal album, and that’s not cool.
Guys, I’m selling one joke for $10.99. Even the Huff Po wants you to buy it!
Zach Broussard’s “Wanna Be A Grandpa” is available to purchase TODAY! One 17-second joke PLUS an exclusive Chambaland dance mix of that joke on CD for the reasonable price of $10.99!!! Maybe get one for oh, I don’t know, YOUR grandpa???
next time you hear a white person say “well if black people can say the n-word why can’t i???” you should ask them “why do you want to?” and listen as they try not to say “black people have something of their own that I am not entitled to and that hurts my feelings and makes me feel inferior”
How to Get Started Freelancing - Workshop for CFH Readers
Ever want to work for yourself?
Tom Ewer, creator of Leaving Work Behind and Paid to Blog, will be speaking with our editor-in-chief about how he quit a safe and lucrative job to start a business where he earns a full-time income while working part-time hours.
You can read one of Tom’s articles on setting rates here, or you can read about how he gets freelance gigs here.
During the workshop, we will discuss whether or not freelancing is right for you, what your service/craft/product should be, and how you can find your first few clients (and how to avoid the bad ones!).
The free workshop will go live on August 26th at 11am Pacific, 2pm Eastern, 6pm GMT.
The point-of-entry for the attack appears to be a spear phishing attack, with a malicious executable file (made to look like a PDF) included as a link. On clicking on this attachment, the user’s machine would be infected with malware, allowing the hacker to gain access to their PC and send stolen information back to an IP address in China.
The email, entitled ‘Over the South China Sea’ and dated on March 9 – just one day after the aircraft went missing, contained ‘sophisticated’ malware that was disguised as a news article reporting on the missing Boeing 777, which was lost one-hour after take-off from Kuala Lumpur and with 239 people on-board.
"We received reports from the administration of the agencies telling us that their network was congested with email going out of their servers," said CyberSecurity Malaysia chief executive Dr Amirudin Abdul Wahab.
"Those email contained confidential data from the officials’ computers including the minutes of meetings and classified documents. Some of these were related to the MH370 investigation."
“Remember, straight white guys, we don’t shrug off online abuse because it’s no big deal, we shrug off online abuse because it’s not aimed at us and we’ve got the invincibility star music playing in our ears.”—Bloggers telling people to “toughen up” like Venusians standing in a 400 kilometer per hour sulfuric acid hurricane telling dissolving astronauts to stop being such wimps. (via jetpackexhaust)
I am having the most massive allergy attack right now. I have to be up in less than five hours, so I can’t take Benadryl, but my only other option is something that will keep me up all night. I am itchy and tired and I cannot breathe and I AM CRANKY AS FUCK.