Excerpt from yesterday’s Digital Life (which you can’t access online, so it’s reproduced here on a Malaysian news site):
Take, too, Benjamin Lee, who writes as Mr Miyagi (https://www.miyagi.sg). He once had a run-in with the cafe Cedele, when he realised the menu did not accurately reflect how spicy the food was.
After suffering much tongue-burn, he wrote about it on his blog.
Two days later, he got an e-mail from the chain’s operations manager who told him they had made changes to their menus.
“I told him that I was impressed,” said Lee.
iTunes is playing an illegal copy of We Believe from the album “Stadium Arcadium” by Red Hot Chili Peppers of which I have the original CD.
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4 thoughts on “Tell It Like It Is – On Your Blog”
how can we believe it? this is a warning that we should notice.