Monday, June 14, 2010

Assassins Creed II PC Plus 5 Trainer

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Assassins Creed II PC V1.010 Plus 5 Trainer 100% work FREE

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Saturday, June 12, 2010

FastestFox - Browse Faster

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Version 4.0.1 released! Version 4.0.1 has been released. New in this version: * Added definitions feature * Minor tweaks and bugfixes Creative Commons License
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Tuesday, June 01, 2010

Logging off: Cdn duo lead Quit Facebook Day

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By Lauren La Rose, The Canadian Press ADVERTISEMENT TORONTO - Joseph Dee is preparing to hit the delete key on his Facebook account. And if they stick to their pledge, thousands of others will be joining him Monday in "defriending" the social networking site. Dee, a web technologist, is one-half of the Toronto duo behind QuitFacebookDay.com. Dee and Matthew Milan launched the site May 12 to announce their plans to bid adieu to Facebook, expressing concerns over how the popular site manages the personal data of its more than 400 million users, which include 15 million in Canada. QuitFacebookDay.com provides an open forum for others to share their views, as well as allowing those who are inclined to submit their pledge to "commit to quit." As of early Sunday, more than 24,000 had signed on committing to quit Facebook. Dee said while privacy is a commonly discussed theme, the issue for both him and Milan regarding Facebook runs deeper. "It's more than just the issue of how they're handling people's personal information. It's about the approach that they take to the experience," Dee said. "It's one thing to give people the option to set their privacy, but how easy is that to do? And how much are they really concerned about people having ownership over that?" "I don't get the feeling that that's really their intent, so it's an issue of trust as much as it is an issue of privacy for me." Facebook has been in the hot seat over site privacy. Complaints have emerged over default privacy settings that were revealing more information than some users realized. The Associated Press reported that a security glitch exposed some users' private conversations, and another revealed the information of users to advertisers in a way that they could be identified — going against Facebook's terms of service. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg announced last week amendments to the privacy settings. The changes include a single-click option allowing users to determine with whom they would share their information, as well as allowing users to stop third-party applications from accessing their personal data. Less private information is also now visible on user profiles by default. The office of Canada's privacy commissioner, which investigated Facebook's privacy policies in 2009, says while the latest changes are positive, they may not be enough to conform with Canadian law. In a statement emailed to The Canadian Press, Facebook said the privacy and security of user information is of "paramount importance to us." The statement went on to highlight some of the changes made to address concerns, pointing to the redesign of the privacy settings page, as well as the single privacy control for all content and a way to opt out of the Facebook platform. "We hope these changes address the concerns that people raised, but we encourage users to continue to send us their feedback," the statement reads, including a link to Facebook's privacy feedback page:http://www.facebook.com/help/contact.php?show_form=privacy_settings_feedback. "We also hope that people who had previously committed to quitting Facebook choose to spend the day going through their new privacy controls instead." Dee said he thinks the ability to stop the dissemination of user information to third parties is a good step. But overall, he sees the privacy changes as more reactive and a PR move than anything else. "I don't think that at the core Facebook is really concerned about what I feel as a user. I think they're looking at it more from a business sense, and that's their right to do that," he said. "They're a corporation and they own their network and they're setting the rules on their network. My option is whether or not I want to partake in that, and that's why I'm moving away from it." Dee said he's been "a little bit overwhelmed" by how much attention the site has received. However, he doubts either he or Milan will continue with it once Quit Facebook Day is over. "I think this was more our own sort of statement and it seems to have turned into a story and a bigger thing, but I don't think we're looking to lead a movement or be sort of the spokesmen for people quitting Facebook." Wendy Cukier, associate dean of the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University in Toronto, said Facebook should be concerned that it has some dissatisfied users, in addition to the privacy commissioner suggesting there are problems. However, at this stage, she wouldn't conclude there's going to be a mass exodus from the site. "I think what we're seeing now is what happens with virtually all technologies," said Cukier, a professor of information technology management and communications and culture. "After the period of sort of inflated expectations and hype, people start looking more critically at what the costs really are, what the limitations really are, what it really can do, really can't do, what the unintended consequences are, etc., and start to bring their expectations more in line with the reality."


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Friday, May 28, 2010

2010-05-27 Chinese dad chains 8-year-old son to pole and tries to auction him to strangers

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2010-05-27 Chinese dad chains 8-year-old son to pole and tries to auction him to strangers

Originally Published:Thursday, May 27th 2010, 1:52 PM Updated: Thursday, May 27th 2010, 1:52 PM
Yong Fai, 8, is chained to a pole while his dad looks for  strangers in in Wuhan, China, to take the boy off his hands.
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Yong Fai, 8, is chained to a pole while his dad looks for strangers in in Wuhan, China, to take the boy off his hands.
Enough is enough: Strangers attack dad for tying son up in  chains.
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Enough is enough: Strangers attack dad for tying son up in chains.

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One Chinese dad can forget about getting a Father's Day card after chaining his 8-year-old son to a pole and trying to auction him to strangers on the street in the central Chinese city of Wuhan. Yong Tsui tried to peddle Yong Fai, touting the boy's strong work ethic. Police did nothing until passersby grew irate and assaulted the dad after people expressing interest in Fai asked how much they would need to spend on the boy. "He has no job, no home and no money," one sympathetic officer said of the dad, the Daily Mail reports. "He says he wasn't interested in the money, just finding a home for the boy." The scared boy told police his father said he could no longer afford to raise him. Yong Tsui said he chained his son after learning about a similar situation in China where a chained-up 2-year-old boy got free day care after generous strangers learned of his plight. For now, the boy remains in the custody of the police. Creative Commons License
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Thursday, May 27, 2010

Scientist says he’s first human with a computer virus - Blogs - Yahoo! Canada Tech

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"Scientist says he’s first human with a computer virus"
By Christopher Null

Let the hysteria begin: Computer viruses have apparently made the leap from PC to person, BBC News reports.

Mind you, this was all intentional. British scientist Mark Gasson of the University of Reading introduced a computer virus into an RFID chip (similar to the chips implanted in pets to identify them if they go missing) and then implanted the infected chip into his own hand.

In its uninfected state, Gasson's chip lets him pass through secured doorways and turn on his cell phone, so it has practical real-world capabilities.

An infected chip could pass malicious code on to chip scanners as, say, the bearer passes through a security door. The virus could then spread to other systems in the network, depending on the complexity and cleverness of its programming.

Right now this is just a proof of concept, but it’s a sobering one in a world where 'touchless' networking systems like RFID are becoming more and more commonplace, while the security of these systems has been largely ignored.

Recently issued passports, which include an RFID chip now by default, have already been subject to extensive hacking attempts — and numerous hacking successes. Some people even suggest whacking your passport with a hammer to disable the RFID chip inside. (We don't endorse this, however.)

What happens when you have an actual RFID implant? BBC News notes that these chips are becoming popular receptacles for medical information, so if a person is unconscious, medical responders can still determine if someone has a critical allergy or a rare condition that a hospital might need to be aware of. What happens if a virus scrambles or even reverses this information?

The issue of viruses moving from computer to human may not be the nightmare that Hollywood makes it out to be — but the threat is becoming more real than we might like to believe.

— Christopher Null is a technology writer for Yahoo! News.

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

2010 World Cup Yahoo! Toolbar

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2010 World Cup Yahoo! Toolbar
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Sunday, May 23, 2010

Info for Webmasters (WEBMASTER TOOLBAR)

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Info for Webmasters (WEBMASTER TOOLBAR)

Netfirms is making a big sales now, 9.95 with 5 free domains, unlimited hosting!


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Friday, May 21, 2010

Official Google Enterprise Blog: Adobe Community Help and Google Site Search: Making search come alive in CS5

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Adobe Community Help and Google Site Search: Making search come alive in CS5

Friday, April 30, 2010 at 12:03 PM

Editor’s note: Today’s guest blogger is Mark Nichoson, Product Manager at Adobe Community Help.2


Back in 2008, Adobe began to use the power of Google Site Search to “plug the whole community brain trust right into the Creative Suite,” as we liked to say.

Now with the launch of Adobe® Creative Suite 5, we’ve taken that brain trust to a whole new level with the introduction of our new Community Help application. It’s an Adobe AIR®-based companion that’s automatically installed as part of any new Adobe CS5 product.

Launched directly from the Help menu of any CS5 product, the Community Help application enables customers to:
  • find fast answers with powerful new search options that let them focus results to just Adobe content, community content, developer resources, or even code samples
  • download core Adobe Help and language reference content for offline viewing (thanks to the Adobe AIR runtime)
  • see what the community thinks is the best, most valuable content via ratings and comments
  • share their expertise with others and find out what experts have to say about using their favorite Adobe product
Google Site Search: integration and innovation
Under the hood of the Community Help app lies our Google Site Search engine. This search engine searches across about 3000 sites – content such as product Help, language references, Tech Notes, Developer Connection articles, and Adobe TV videos as well as the best online content from the Adobe community. Content is chosen by experts at Adobe and in the design and developer communities, meaning customers find the answers they need faster.

Thanks to the robust Google Site Search APIs, the development team was not only able to easily integrate search results but also create unique innovations such as our new Code Search functionality. Formerly known as Blueprint, this new search option allows Adobe Flash® and Flex developers to search for relevant code samples so that they can write better code, faster.

A new definition of Help
By combining the best community content with the definitive reference that customers traditionally expect from Adobe, Community Help allows us to expand the definition what help means. Now users can tap into an entire ecosystem of content — one that can dynamically adjust to changing user needs and provide a much richer set of resources over the lifetime of the product.

Community Help can also be used as a standalone application. To give it a try, you can download it from adobe.com.

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Sunday, May 02, 2010

Info for Webmasters (WEBMASTER TOOLBAR)

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Info for Webmasters (WEBMASTER TOOLBAR): "Info for Webmasters
Info for Webmasters

If you want to create a web site for yourself or whatever a reason. Please don't be rush, do some research about those company and sites.

I did a lot of research, Here is some information about them, Hope can save you some time and money.


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