Archive for August, 2009

Fraud Alert – LiveAntispy

Fraud Alert – LiveAntispy

Misleading Applications continue to rise and here’s another one you should be aware of. LiveAntispy is a misleading application that reports false scan alerts. LiveAntispy is typically first encountered when visiting web sites that try to lure you to download a free version of its software. Once a user downloads and runs a scan, it […]

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Googlebot and a Cup of Coffee

I was sitting at my computer early in the morning like I do everyday, but this day I had company. The Googlebot appeared, but not just one, but many. I was curious to see what content it was gobbling up, and than it stared me right in the face, it was an article I just […]

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Feeding Frenzy – StumbleUpon, SEO, Humor

We baited the waters and caught a boat load of Sharks for this weeks Feeding Frenzy. Do you have something worthy for our Sharks to feed on? Fish on! The Bait Bucket – Writing, Self Improvement and Health Fetching Friday – Resources Mashup, Follow Friday, & DoFollow Resources – A great inventory of blogs by […]

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How to Choose the Right Color Scheme for Your Website

How to Choose the Right Color Scheme for Your Website

Choosing the right color scheme for you new website is a lot harder than choosing clothes that match. The difference between matching colors for clothing and your color scheme for your website is that the website will be wearing the same colors for a long time. Many people make the mistake of using the wrong […]

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The Queen of Conservatives

It’s healthy now and then to take a look at the lunatic fringe…sometimes it even provides some comic relief. With that I’d like to introduce the latest book by Ann Coulter: “Guilty”. Don’t get me wrong…I’m a conservative myself, but Coulter is WAYYYYY out there…”ultra-conservative”, or “far-right”, or even the “lunatic fringe” (though I suspect […]

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French Exploding Over iPhone

Not entirely true, but the Apple iPhone is the culprit. There has been at least a half a dozen new cases of “exploding iPhones” emerged in France as of today, as Apple faced an official inquiry and calls to come clean over possible risks linked to its wildly popular smartphone. The good news is – […]

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How to Detect and Remove Malware and Rogue Software

I visit many malicious sites which contain IRC Bots, Backdoor Trojans, malicious Codec’s and so on. I also download many different applications, to run them and verify whether they are rogues or not. In some cases a rogue is defined as having malicious content which will harm a user’s computer, and in other cases the […]

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StumbleUpon WTF!

I am absolutely beside myself on how bad the moderation has become on StumbleUpon. I see many messages coming through my toolbar that look like (Please S.t.um.b.le if you like). What’s with the periods between words? The reason for the periods between words is to mask the actual message. It has been known that StumbleUpon is […]

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