• Power sellers angry at eBay for feedback changes. BUY IT NOW!

    I’ll say it once and I’ll say it again: eBay has reached its nadir. The once might giant is now facing competition not only from Craigslist but from online forums and shops where experts in their field, be it photography equipment to watches, are buying and selling to an informed audience. In short the economy of ignorance that drives most auctions is almost dead and everyone from… Read More

  • Consumerist "pushes" LOLCats deeper into the Internets thanks to ComplaintRemover

    You know where we got this. I won’t dignify ComplaintRemover with a link but the folks at Consumerist, good men and women all, chatted with this service that promises to “remove” bad links from the Internet by pushing them down in search results. How do they do it, you ask? CLIENT: How does that work? How are you able to get another company to get rid of something… Read More

  • Dude complains too much, gets free stuff

    After getting three dodgy iMacs in a row, some guy decided to email┬áthe big man himself: Steve Jobs. Obviously the CEO of a multimillion dollar hardware company has nothing better to do than sit in his basement and respond to random guys who feel that they are important enough to contact him, but I digress. He reached one of Steve’s minions who seemed extremely concerned about the… Read More

  • Bloops! First Anti-iPhone Rants Rolling In

    After months of hype and our own iPhone Love Parade AKA last Friday night, the first iPhonian complaints are starting to hit our tips box. First up, Mike: Hello and good afternoon, I just thought you might find it interesting that on the day after one of their biggest product releases Apple has decided to make unavailable their entire technical support department. I was wondering why they chose… Read More