A new startup, Allthis, is advertising that you can "buy time" with some of us at Boing Boing, using its service. You can't. We haven't signed up; it's just created a sleazy opt-out system and thrown in everyone it can think of. Allthis, you guys really should knock it off, lest the internet knock you off. And if this is publicity stunt, well, screw you. (Thanks to everyone who sent this in)
Update: Many others are in the same boat. "At worst, fraud," writes Amy Hoy. Joel Housman archives some of Allthis's sterling PR work on Twitter.
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