Archive for November, 2008

Led Zeppelin Releases Rare Bootleg Videos

Led Zeppelin Releases Rare Bootleg Videos

One of the greatest rock and roll bands of all time “Led Zeppelin” is releasing a series of rare bootleg videos and 16mm concert films onto the Internet. The band, which has been in the rumor spotlight about a possible reunion tour, is starting to post new concert clips onto its official YouTube channel. Some […]

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Holiday Safety Tips

It’s very important to follow these simple tips to keep you and your family safe during the holiday season. Safe Shopping Tips Remember where you parked. Make a note of the entrance that is closest to your car. Try to use an exit nearest to where you parked. Do not tempt thieves. Avoid leaving packages […]

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Venus, Jupiter Viewable Monday Night

Venus, Jupiter Viewable Monday Night

On December 1st, if you look towards the southwest just after sunset you will see a close conjunction between three bright solar system objects: the Moon, Venus and Jupiter. If you have binoculars, you might even be able to fit all three of them in the field of view. Between now and then, you can […]

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How Safe is Your Web Site?

Your site may have been already targeted by hackers who are using automated tools to find most common vulnerabilities. If they find one, they will inject harmful code that will attack your loyal visitors and guests. To help keep your site safe, start with some quick, free scans that ferret out the most obvious problems. […]

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Canon PowerShot SD1100 Best Value

Canon PowerShot SD1100 Best Value

I have owned probably 3 Canon cameras, but this one beats them all on quality and price. The SD 1100 IS offers up 8.3-megapixel with up a 3x optical zoom lens (38-114mm equivalent f/2.8-4.9), optical image stabilization (as with all the Canons that include IS in their names), face detection, an optical viewfinder, and a […]

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Spam Bots On The Rise Again

It didn’t take long (2 weeks) after the McColo host company was shut down for the world’s biggest spammers to get back online and start updating all their bots, a recent report by FireEye revealed. This means that all the time we’ve enjoyed with less spam is over now that the Srizbi botnet – responsible […]

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Lori Drew Jury Close to Verdict

Lori Drew Jury Close to Verdict

After deliberating the case of Lori Drew for six hours Tuesday, jurors asked U.S. District Judge George Wu if they could be hung on one count but unanimous on the others. Wu ordered them to continue deliberations for a second day, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported. There are a total of 4 counts and the […]

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How Safe is Your Email?

Are you using Gmail, Yahoo or Windows Live Hotmail? Did you know there has been a tremendous increase in phishing emails due to the holiday season as well as the financial crisis? You can feel safer by downloading a free utility for added security protection for all 3 of these email services! WOT (Web of […]

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Get Deals Before Cyber Monday

Don’t wait for Cyber Monday when you can get deals right now on Home Electronics! Yes, major deals, and you can get them right now with a few clicks of your mouse. There are many sites that sell gadgets, computers and more, but only a few can claim that they’re the cheapest. You can go […]

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Jurors Begin Deliberating Over MySpace Hoax

Jurors Begin Deliberating Over MySpace Hoax

The fate of a Missouri mother accused of conspiring in a MySpace hoax that allegedly led to a 13-year-old girl’s suicide is now in the hands of a jury. In Monday’s closing arguments, prosecutors stressed the emotional component — the suicide of Megan Meier who was allegedly drawn into an Internet ruse devised by Lori […]

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iPhone Update Gets Jailbroken

Apple’s recently released 2.2 software update for the iPhone’s firmware has been hacked (or jailbroken) allowing you to customize your iPhones in ways Apple didn’t intend. If you’re into iPhone gimmicks and unsupported Apple applications, DevTeam released PwnageTool 2.2 to help you jailbreak the latest 2.2 iPhone software update available from Apple since Friday. Two […]

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Internet Underground – Organized and Rich

Did you know that you can buy a keystroke logger for $23 or pay $10 to have someone host your phishing scam? Having a botnet at your fingertips will cost you $225, and a tool that exploits vulnerability on a banking site averages $740 and runs as high as $3,000. That’s according to the Symantec […]

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