What We’re Reading – September 23

Clever Russian hackers

Apparently capturing online traffic isn’t the only reason to purchase misspellings of your domains. According to an article on BBC, hackers are now using them to capture misdirected emails as well. So an email sent to anyone at wellsfrago.com instead of wellsfargo.com could easily go astray instead of bouncing.

Classic Twitter

You’ve seen new Twitter and old Twitter – ever wonder about original Twitter? Jason Kottke posted a screenshot and Read Write Web provides an analysis.

New Google search results

Seeing the new Google search results with the bulleted lists? Want to know how to get them for yourself? moz is on the case and explains how it’s done.

Google’s fall cleaning

Projects that Google is cleaning out and getting rid of – in case you were attached to any of these. I really liked Fast Flip.

The Facebook changes keep a-comin’

Facebook rolled out a new version of its News Feed with updates it deems “most interesting” to you at the top marked by a blue corner, and real-time updates from friends in the right column. Confused? Facebook lists all the changes and how they work.

Lisa Crotty

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Lisa is a Senior Optimization Specialist at Innate – her friends even teased that she A/B tested her name change. Lisa studied Philosophy of Science & Technology at Virginia Tech and is always asking why.

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