Contact

You can reach me in a number of different ways.  The easiest and most obvious way is through email:

michaelocc [AT] gmail [DOT] com

If you want to know more about me, you’ll find a full profile on my LinkedIn page.

You’ll also find me hanging out on Twitter.

I have a small,  infrequently updated Flickr account that might interest you if you really enjoy pictures of other people’s families or my various excursions in extreme pumpkin carving.

You’ll also find me, on occasion, on Skype (michaelocc) – although the random spam clogging the pypes drives me nuts.

And if you want to run into me in real life, I live in the lovely Toronto Beaches, close to the Glen Stewart Ravine, where you’ll often find me rambling with Cooper the wonder-doodle and one or more of our three kids.

2 thoughts on “Contact

  1. To whom it may concern,

    Not sure where you get your information from but we advertise directly with Facebook. We have forwarded your “blog” directly to Facebook, they are currently investigating your claims. You have posted an outright lie saying that CheaterVille is paying for it’s Facebook likes. We advertise through Facebook in an effort to drive more traffic to our site. A cease and desist letter will be arriving in your mail shortly from CheaterVille. You have 72 hours to remove the false claim made against CheaterVille or we will 100% be suing you for slander. A copy of our comment and your false comments have been sent to Facebooks legal department as well.

  2. I think you may need to re-read my post.

    At no point have I made any claims or statements about CheaterVille, other than to mention in passing that the CheaterVille Twitter account is one of several being followed by a group of user accounts looked at in my research.

    Also, if you’re intending to go after someone for alleged defamation, I’m pretty sure the word you’ll be looking for is “libel”, not “slander”. Slander refers to defamatory speech. If you believe someone has defamed you in writing, that would be libel.

    Finally, you need to add a possessive apostrophe to the word “Facebooks” in your last sentence. Let me know when you hear back from their legal department, by the way. I’d be interested to hear what they have to say.

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