March 11, 2004
Ah the irony...

Some moron from 69.133.140.94 pulled down 36633 copies of my article on bandwidth saving tips for movable type sites yesterday using "Microsoft URL Control - 6.00.8169". All I can say is: hello, goodbye...

cat .htaccess

order allow,deny
deny from 69.133.140.94
allow from all

... oh - and could the people trying to get in comments linking to Polish polyphonic ringtone provider polifoniczne.org please give up? All URLs within this domain have been blocked from comments due to comment spamming (and if you continue like this, you should make your way on to hundreds of users' blacklists in no time!) - attempting over 100 comments after being blocked constitutes something closer to insanity, you know...

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Looks like the Polish ringing tone providers were rather clever: it only took them 100 tries to get themselves onto your blog's main page, with web site address and everything... :-)

Posted by: Petri on March 11, 2004 05:39 PM

Petri - the main difference being that a mention with no actual link doesn't get them any search engine credit, which is what these people are looking for...

Posted by: Anders on March 11, 2004 05:58 PM

But your blog's search engine credit means that if I google for "polish polyphonic ringtone provider" your site comes up first - and the two-line google abstract handily includes the URL for the advertiser's website. Now I know it's not the same as having a real link, but as they say, any publicity is good publicity...

Posted by: Petri on March 22, 2004 12:20 AM
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