Sep 172010
 
Godaddy shared hosting hacked again. myblindstudioinfoonline-com

Unfortunately Myself and a fellow blogger were included in this attack. Not on this site but on a couple others under another account. First thing you will notice if you are infected is that when you go to a page on your site, a malicious javascript snippet will try and redirect you and load the […] Read More

Sep 162010
 
Why finding expired domain names is important to your business

This taken from an article I wrote about expired domain names here http://www.snatcher.org So you’ve started a business or you have a business plan or you are already established online; one of the first things you are going to consider is whether you can get a domain name that is suited to your purposes. Whether […] Read More

Facebook lures narcissistic, insecure: GO FIGURE!

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Sep 142010
 

Tue Sep 7, 6:30 PM By Andy Blatchford, The Canadian Press A new study of Canadian university students suggests Facebook is a magnet for narcissists and people with low self-esteem. Participants who were deemed narcissistic, and others shown to have low self-esteem, spent more time on the massively popular social-networking website, the York University research […] Read More

E-Books Are Still Waiting for Their Avant-Garde

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Sep 102010
 
E-Books Are Still Waiting for Their Avant-Garde

Photograph of Stéphane Mallarmé's Un Coup de Dés, Public Domain E-readers have tried to make reading as smooth, natural and comfortable as possible so that the device fades away and immerses you in the imaginative experience of reading. This is a worthy goal, but it also may be a profound mistake. This is what worries […] Read More

Apple Answers Questions About App Rejections, Raises Others

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Sep 102010
 
Apple Answers Questions About App Rejections, Raises Others

Apple on Thursday published a set of rules about the types of content that aren’t allowed in the iOS App Store, answering questions that have been bugging software developers and customers for years while introducing some new ambiguities. Still, it’s an important step. By publishing the guidelines, Apple mobile customers will be able to know […] Read More

Apple Eases App Development Rules, Adobe Surges

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Sep 102010
 
Apple Eases App Development Rules, Adobe Surges

Apple has opened up the App Store review process, dropping its harsh restrictions on the tools developers are allowed to use and at the same time actually publishing the App Store Review Guidelines — a previously secret set of rules that governed whether or not your app would be approved. Apple did not specifically mention […] Read More

ARM’s New Chip Leaves Everyone Else in the Dust, Again

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Sep 102010
 
ARM’s New Chip Leaves Everyone Else in the Dust, Again

ARM Cortex A-15 MPCore image via ARM Almost all high-profile mobile devices use a version of ARM’s microprocessor. Samsung, Texas Instruments, and Qualcomm compete to get their chips on different devices, and Apple now makes their own, but all of them license their tech from ARM. Now ARM has announced their next-generation Cortex chip, the […] Read More

HyperDrive 750GB Photo-Storing Hard Drive for iPad

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Sep 102010
 
HyperDrive 750GB Photo-Storing Hard Drive for iPad

This ugly monster is either the most ridiculously niche iPad accessory yet, or it’s a photographer’s best friend. Actually, it could be both. The HyperDrive iPad Hard Drive is an external USB storage box for your tablet, holding up to 750GB of movies and photos and serving them up to the iPad via the Camera […] Read More

It’s Too Soon to Count Out Netbooks

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Sep 102010
 
It’s Too Soon to Count Out Netbooks

MSI Wind U160; image via MSI. Three years ago, Bill Gates looked like a dummy for carrying around a tablet. Steve Jobs was ragging on netbooks and tablets when he was rolling out the MacBook Air. Now, eight months post-iPad, everybody’s pushing out tablets, and netbooks are looking very 2007. But any death notices anyone […] Read More

Bright-Red Pentax K-r Fails to Stir Passion

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Sep 102010
 
Bright-Red Pentax K-r Fails to Stir Passion

Unless you have a box of Pentax lenses lying around, there’s little reason to buy a Pentax SLR: Nikon, Canon and even Sony are the places where innovation and competition are forging the best cameras around. On the other hand, those boring companies don’t make their SLRs in anything other than practical black. With Pentax’ […] Read More

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