From Dean Landsman's weblog: DeanLand.WebLogs.Com : Give Us Today Our Daily Blog
This blogging business is really quite odd. The more often I write, the fewer page views it seems I get. The less often I post something new, the more traffic, page views, and response it seems the blog inspires.
Dean and I had coffee the other night at Starbucks, but alas, neither one of us had a digital camera with us to take a picture of the event. But I'm glad to see he's back and blogging.
According to this web site, DIRECTV Privacy Sucks.
DIRECTV will give out their customer's account number to anybody who calls their 800-number (1-800-DIRECTV) and asks.
The site lists all sorts of nasty things you could do, like cancelling your neighbor's DirectTV, etc. He doesn't advocate it. He is just making a point- they don't require any sort of security to give our your information.
When I saw the site, it reminded me of a Cluetrain moment - someone's trying to have a conversation with DirectTV, and, failing that, is conversing with other customers. Fascinating.