John Reeses Bio page looks hacked!

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Check it out

Btw is John still very active in the IM scene??
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  • Profile picture of the author Ron Douglas
    It doesn't look hacked to me, it just looks like there is a coding or database error. Last I heard John is building his video game business and is not very active in the IM scene.
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  • Profile picture of the author Troy_Phillips
    Yeah .. just forgot to close some code.

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  • Profile picture of the author jamesrich1
    That is one long code. Probably just a error in coding.
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  • Profile picture of the author joseph7384
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    • Profile picture of the author Ralf Skirr
      Originally Posted by joseph7384 View Post

      I believe that it's a page that does not exist, where did you get the link from.

      Do you see any similarities when you click on these links.
      Agreed, it's probably a page that isn't supposed to be online at all.

      His site is full of old stuff that probably should be taken down.

      Kind of funny to read his Blog posts from 2004 and 2005. A blast from the past!
      As you can tell, I haven't been posting to this blog very much. I've been too busy running my own Internet businesses,
      There's no news yet about Microsoft creating its own AdSense program (not yet anyway) but there is news that Microsoft is going to be launching its own AdWords type advertising service for its search engine.
      In 1994 you could put up a form on any web page that simply said "submit your email address to get my free newsletter" and *TONS* of people would subscribe.
      Then around 1996 or so, it started to become a little hard to get people to opt-in to a free list. So then you had to give more details about the newsletter. You had to say something like, "sign up for my free Gardening Tips newsletter and improve your garden."
      But then that stopped working as well. Then marketers started giving their newsletters a VALUE and adding a line like, "join now, the newsletter is a $195 value."
      Things continued to evolve. People started offering BONUSES and other "bribes" just to get people to opt-in. Marketers had to get more and more creative in order to get people to take that call to action and subscribe.
      And it's only going to get worse.
      How's that for a nice endorsement, 'super duper internet marketer' Paul Myers?
      And let me just take a moment to once again say, "THANKS!" to my good friend, and super duper Internet marketer, Paul Myers of Paul was actually one of my original autoresponder customers way back in the day. If it wasn't for Paul's 10 bucks a month, who knows, might not exist today. So thanks again, Paul. :-) Blog
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  • Profile picture of the author Sillysoft
    Actually if you look at the code there is a lot more than just scribble scrabble. The database url, the database username, the database name, the database password. I doubt the login still works but...
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Meaney
    Well spotted Sillysoft, I've emailed him to let him know.
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