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by Freddy J. Nager, Founder of the one and only Atomic Tango LLC (at least for now) There was nothing to set off my usually hypersensitive B.S. detector. The email landed in my business inbox with the subject line, “Confirm: About “atomictango” registration.” I didn’t recognize the sender’s name, Gerry Gu from p-xi.org, but emails from strangers are common in business, so I opened it and the message seemed friendly enough…Read More
by Freddy J. Nager, the ONE and ONLY, of Atomic Tango LLC So there’s a department at Twitter called Twitter Trust & Safety. For that alone, they should be sued for false advertising, since Twitter can no longer be trusted to protect the safety of your ideas and identity. I’ve been on Twitter for several years now in the form of my company profile, @AtomicTango. Here’s what my actual profile looks like: Then something recently happened that made me wish I had never started a Twitter account in the firstRead More
Paige H. got a huge surprise this week. The 20-something Midwesterner had attempted to keep a low profile online: “no MySpace, no Facebook, no blog” — indeed, she’s long had a “distaste for the world of social networking websites.” And yet, thanks to a marketing schemer, she became one of the most popular girls on Facebook… but under the name “Monica Rockle.”Read More
The epic saga continues…Read More