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4 Password Change Requests to Block Heartbleed


That’s how many I received so far from just one email service. I didn’t ignore the one from an email provider (and will not ignore others). You shouldn’t too U.S. Regulators Warn Banks About Heartbleed Bug ‘U.S. financial regulators expect … Continue reading

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How to Fix Common Mistakes With Writing Ideas


‘Sometimes, bloggers think that “ideas” just means coming up with ideas for individual posts. Of course that’s important – but your ideas will also include potential ebooks, ecourses, or other digital products, plus ideas within posts (particularly list posts). ‘Here … Continue reading

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Wikipedians Get Funny


The Lamest Wikipedia Edit Wars ‘Occasionally, even experienced Wikipedians lose their heads and devote every waking moment to edit warring over the most trivial thing. This page documents our lamest examples. ‘Back in the good old days, people would just … Continue reading

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Illicit Paid Editing


When you get paid to edit manuscripts for hard copies, that’s legal. When you get paid to edit articles for Wikipedia, that’s illicit; and worse, unethical. ‘Wikipedia is ramping up its fight against paid editing, a practice that goes against … Continue reading

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Touch Things Through your Screen (No Joke)


And it’s completely and totally mind-blowing. Seriously <iframe src=”//player.vimeo.com/video/79179138″ width=”500″ height=”281″ webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen> ‘The MIT Media Lab’s Tangible Media Group recently unveiled inFORM, its dynamic shape display, which, besides being the coolest tech invention we’ve seen in months, also … Continue reading

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