As I had written earlier, John Smithson had decided to copy the title of this blog to apparently prove a point - that this website had allegedly stole the name of his website. Does that make sense? Smithson plagiarizes this website to prove that he was plagiarized?
After I reported on Smithson's plagiarism, Smithson admitted guilt in a comment left on this website. In response to Smithson's blatant violation of my intellectual property, I had filed a Digital Millenium Copyright Act infringement notification with Google regarding Smithson's website. Here is an image of the offending material:
Here is an image of this website's header, which Smithson copied:
Smithson changed the title of his website shortly after I had filed the DMCA infringement notification:
Now it appears that Smithson had changed his mind and had decided to plagiarize this site yet again:
This would be like Smithson naming his website "Foxx News - Fair and Balanced." John Smithson has purposefully changed the title of his website to try and mislead visitors into thinking they are visiting this site - He wants readers to believe that his site is the "new and revised" version of The Midnight Review. The Midnight Review receives more traffic then Smithson's page so it is obvious that he is trying to ride on the coattails of The Midnight Review.
Smithson recently added a live traffic feed so that visitors can see just who exactly visited his site. Whenever I visit his site, it shows up as "a visitor from Kissimmee, Florida." This makes measuring Smithson's site traffic very easy. In four hours time, Smithson had about six visitors to his website. The Midnight Review had about eight times as many in the same amount of time.
It is sad that such a small blog would waste it's time with such pathetic little games. The only reason why I am writing these articles is because John Smithson had written disparaging remarks on his site about me, and until an apology is published, I will continue to write about how much of a fraud John Smithson really is.