Monthly Archives: June 2015

Content duplication and transformation from one blog to another.

It may be funny to track how original content can be copied and modified from one blog to another. In Feedly, my favourite newsfeed reader, I spotted this  post: http://www.scoop.it/t/pharma-geek/p/4046388771/2015/06/24/11-changements-que-la-technologie-va-apporter-a-la-medecine-hcsmeufr It redirects to: http://www.objetconnecte.net/11-changements-technologie-apporter-medecine-2206/ This article in French is inspired from a post in English, and adds several examples and links to external resources. The source […]

5 reasons why Forbes.com is the worst newspaper website

Those guys have accumulated so many mistakes that I think they deserve the award of the worst website, category ‘Newspaper’. Congratulation!   I’ve already been frustrated a few times by http://www.forbes.com, that’s why I’m used to avoid to go on that site. But this time, there was an article I fund very interesting, so I […]