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Basic guide for IE 9

Tweet The Internet Explorer 9 has been officially launched last Monday. The new browser from Microsoft is packed with lots of interesting new tools such as the taskbar shortcuts, jumplists, HTML 5 support, acceleration of the hardware that gives it more graphic performance, and it packs an interface that is so sleek that you feel that this new addition to …

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Facebook’s revamp on Groups

Tweet Good news for all of you (or us) Facebook users out there! Facebook recently launched new features that will make your Facebook experience much more rewarding and intuitive. One of them is a revamp of the “Groups” feature that that makes it easier for you and Facebook’s millions of members to manage your online friendships into groups; another feature …

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The rise of malicious HTML in e-mail

Tweet Spammers have kicked it up a notch. They’re actually using malicious HTML file attachments. Spam that’s built around HTML is not a new thing, but it does seem to have become a hit for in the last year for the spamming community. A leading alternative is the phony “Delivery Status Notification Failure,” which is lame way to get the …

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Another new from Google:Family Safety Center

Tweet Google adds a new resource specifically made for parents so that they are able to keep their kids safe while surfing the Internet: it’s the all-new Family Safety Center. Google wrote in a blog post, “With kids growing up in an age where digital know-how is essential, it’s increasingly important to ensure that they’re developing healthy, safe and responsible …

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Zoom in those photos with Facebook’s Photozoom

Tweet There’s great news for all you Facebook fanatics out there. And if you’re one of those who are thinking of quitting Facebook, you may want to reconsider because there is a new free Firefox add-on Facebook called PhotoZoom. A very cool innovation Photozoom is the one of the newest innovations on Facebook. It magnifies photos as you mouse over …

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Google TV: At last!

Tweet Today, at Google I/O, Google announced the latest innovation in the world of entertainment Google TV. There’s only one device that’s been in the entertainment scene way before the web era and is still the most commonly used today. Yes, it’s the television. A study has been done and Google found out that while computer usage is huge with …

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Challenges Freelancers Commonly Face

Tweet A freelancer’s job can be very rewarding because you get to deal with a lot of international and ‘remote’ clients. Not only do you have the opportunity to learn different cultures, but you’re also open to the opportunity of learning new ways to do business. Yes, there are a lot of great benefits in being a freelancer and the …

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Good Bye Facebook. Your Privacy Sucks!

Tweet I quit Facebook…again.  This is actually the second time.  The first time, I deleted my account because I didn’t pay much heed to privacy settings and was inundated with emails and friend invitations from former classmates from decades ago that I could barely remember.  The spam was overwhelming.  A close friend (who I actually do socialize with) convinced me …

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Time Tracking, Price Reductions and $9 Basic Plan

Tweet We’re so excited to inform you of a number of changes we’ve made. New: Time Tracking We’ve added Time Tracking to the Bronze Plan ($19) and up. You can add Time Logs ‘freestyle’ or you can add them to Todo Items. Of course, you can then generate reports to see how many hours you’ve worked and on what. Never forget …

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15 Website Performance Tips

Tweet In this post about website performance, we will focus on practical tips and tricks that will help you to improve the performance of your site. Through this you can identify a number of best practices for making your web pages load faster. Let’s discuss these points: Reduce HTTP requests: An HTTP request is generated each time a file is …

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