Archive for 'Nerd Speak'
Get $10 off all Intego products this Fall. User coupon code: FALL10 The coupon is good till October 2012. In case you’re not familiar with Intego, it makes products that protects exclusively Apple products: Macs and iOS devices (iPhone, iPad and iPod touch), this means their products are written from ground up for Mac OS
Genius!!!! adrifts: Shitter is a service by Collector’s Edition that creates four rolls of toilet paper out of a chosen Twitter feed. It works like this: you authorize the app to work with your Twitter account, choose your feeds, pay for the service, and you are then mailed four toilet paper rolls of a Twitter feed. Shitter has the tagline,
Handwrite your Google Search I know the beta has been pushed out for some time, but I just discovered this neat feature today — when I saw a little link on my www.google.com page that said “Try Handwrite”. I did, and I just thought this is so freaking cool! Here’s a little video I did
Wi-Fi on Donkeys in Holy Land… So not only tourists to a biblical park in Israel can dress in authentic biblical robes and ride the donkeys like Jesus did 2000+ year ago, now they can share photos of them doing so with friends and family on Facebook, Twitter, wherever… With the Wi-Fi service provided by
Look what I’ve been missing for not being on Facebook… Subway & Anime Porn! Warning: Link NSFW This is a classic case of lack of vigilance when it comes to managing your Facebook Page. Yes, most people (according to some digital branding consultant, 99% of the people to be exact) ignore that “Post by Others”
Warning: Link NSFW This is a classic case of lack of vigilance when it comes to managing your Facebook Page. Yes, most people (according to some digital branding consultant, 99% of the people to be exact) ignore that “Post by Others” link, but doesn’t mean no one looks at it or click it at all.
While doing some housecleaning of my email accounts, I noticed this odd email in my Spam folder: (Click image to enlarge) It was odd because: 1) The email was sent to an email address that was not used for our domain registrations; 2) The email did not come from our regular domain registrar. In fact, I
IT security: How do you deal with the unknown-unknowns? Security firms have become pretty good at spotting the known stuff over the years; to stop zero-day attacks takes something more. Here are some approaches for spotting and mitigating zero-day attacks.
So Digg.com has been redone and re-launched, under the new management of Betaworks (background). I was hoping that the new Digg would be something awesome… I was completely disappointed! Here's why: And I don't remember receiving any email, message or notification of any sort from Digg to give me heads-up about my old Digg was
Being a Developer Makes You Valuable. Learning How to Market Makes You Dangerous This is a rather refreshing point of view, when it seems so many are so focus on being “specialized”. And as a small business owner, you have to be multi-talented… … Kind of makes me glad that my college made me take