Apple Computer today announced that the MacBook Desktop Computer will also be using Intel’s Core2Duo. This follows the announcement last month about the MacBook Pro laptops using the same processor. The new computers will start from $1099 ahead of the holiday season.
Come Halloween and Netvibes is ready with a brand new Halloween Theme. This one is very different from the other themes that Netvibes has because this is the first dark theme they have. Though there is a dark background one wise thing is that the modules still have a white background with black text making it easy to read.
This is something that I am longing to learn throughly. I know just basic enough to get work done, but there are such a lot of things that you can do with it, that I have decided to dedicate a post collecting resources to the same! Apache module mod_rewrite mod_rewrite – Apache HTTP Server mod_rewrite: A Beginner’s Guide to URL Rewriting mod_rewrite, a beginner’s guide (with examples) Results from Google mod_rewrite Cheat Sheet Apache mod_rewrite tweaks URL Rewriting Well there are a lot more resources.
Current Invite Count : 0 I am giving away invites to Windows Live Messenger. If you are interested in receiving an invite then please post a comment below giving me a good reason I should give this to you. What it is?
Google said Wednesday it has fixed a problem in its widely used email program that allowed hackers to break into peoples Gmail accounts to read messages and pose as legitimate email users. Security researchers in Spain exposed a flaw in the way Google authenticates its users, allowing the breach in the system that counts more than 5 million users. The process for exploiting Gmail was posted to a hacker web site.
I had written a while back about Web 2.0. As with anything new a debate rages on as to how good or bad or effective is the term Web 2.
Associated Press reports that a High School has ordered school children to remove their personal blogs to protect themselves from cyberpredators. This ofcourse has raked up a controversy with blogging community crying lack for free speech while others crying protection. Well, like I said before privacy and blogging is all upto you.
Have seen a lot of Flock the past few days and decided to investigate. For those who don’t know yet, Flock is a new browser based on Firefox. Wasn’t really into downloading it until I saw Matt’s post which got me interested.
Lately I’ve come across a lot of persons asking me about the privacy of blogging. Others tell me that they seem to know a lot about me by reading my personal blog even without meeting me. This led me to actually evaluate the privacy of having your own blog.
Tim O’Reilly in his article What Is Web 2.0? attempts to clarify Web 2.
I think I finally figured out why my PC started behaving weirdly a few days back. News.com reports this.