Australian online retailer Kogan.com has introduced the world’s first “tax” on Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 7 (IE7) browser.
The new 6.8% tax comes into effect on 13 Jun 2012 on all products purchased from Kogan.com by anyone still insistent on using the antique browser.
“As Internet citizens, we all have a responsibility to make the Internet a better place. By taking these measures, we are doing our bit.”
Good job – someone has to pay Nice way of attracting attention and links as well.
I wonder how do people come up with such ideas. According to SEOBullshit they really meant the whole thing
So you’ve created your blog, made it look like the rest of your website and now want to get read of those query strings in your URLs? That’s easy (provided you are on a linux hosting with mod_rewrite enabled), just log into the back end, go to Settings > Permalink Settings and pick your poison there, I like the “Post name” option.
There still are few things you might want to know though: Continue reading