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The new Firmware 2.0 upgrade for Sony’s PSP system has some interesting new features such as a new integrated web browser, and increased Wi-Fi security.
Gigablast is now offering a new toolbar for Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. The toolbar allows users to conveniently search over 2 billion pages.
One of the bigger laments coming from the Mac crowd in relation to search is the lack of search utilities and tools for the Mac environment, although the Google Toolbar is available to Mac users, if they don’t want to use Spotlight.
Communicating on corporate responsibility doesn’t get more transparent than this. The Financial Times reports …
Companies everywhere talk a lot about how important their employees are and the contribution they make to overall success. But most companies don’t do this with the public openness and transparency demonstrated by CMS Cameron McKenna, an international law firm headquartered in London.
Editors Note: Neville Hobson and Shel Holtz conducted an interview with General Motors’ Michael Wiley and kindly transcribed the contents for us. The basis for the interview was to discuss the future impact of blogs, RSS feeds, and podcasting (the medium used for the interview).
Late yesterday, Yahoo announced the launch of their desktop search application that will compete directly with offerings from Google and MSN. At first glance, YDS appears superior in features and performance to Google and MSN desktop search apps.
The expectations of users are becoming increasingly high. They expect user friendly interfaces. They expect the ability to connect your devices to their systems.
Search Engine Optimization, Inc. unveiled a first-of-its-kind toolbar that provides instant access to detailed information on backward links to any website for all the major search engines, giving marketing professionals a powerful new aid in their efforts to maximize company Web rankings.
So your web site’s online and you’ve got high rankings in the search engines attracting lots of visitors. But the statistics tell you most of them are leaving after viewing just one page, what’s gone wrong?
The following generic tutorial will assist you with using a PSD file associated with our swap-out graphics. The exact steps or terminology would depend on your graphics software. We have included a few keywords at the bottom of this tutorial to assist you in finding the exact process in your graphics software’s help section.
In the past I worked very much with ASP and everything was fine for me. But I thought why not try the newer Technology of Microsoft called ASP.NET ( Active Server Pages ). In this Article I will try to explain the basics of ASP.NET. I will not only explain the theoretical part but I also will show you some practical “hello world ” style examples. For these examples I will use C#, and VB.NET. If you have any comments, suggestions, or any questions, please feel free to contact me. I will try to answer all questions as good as I can. So take a cup of tea, have a seat on your favorite place and enjoy this article.
As a webmaster you already know how important it is that your web pages download fast. In a nutshell, if your pages are slow, then you’re losing visitors. And if you’re losing visitors, you’re losing money.
There’s nothing difficult about setting up an ebook (or any other kind of file) for download on your website. Just follow this simple 5-step procedure…
There are essentially four different kinds of software: Freeware, Shareware, retail software, and Spyware.
Note: We use the term software’ as a generic term used to describe all computer programs. The word hardware’ is a generic term used to describe all computer parts.
Freeware is typically created from a hobbyist programmer who enjoys programming and offers his creations to others for free, with no strings attached.
Question: I have a Sony Vaio running Win ME. I have installed a CreativeCD DVD player. The software will recognize the name of the DVD inserted, but I cannot get any video to appear. When I press “play,” the counter starts as if the DVD were playing normally.
Can you suggest something?
raidtools has been the standard software RAID management package for Linux since the inception of the software RAID driver. Over the years, raidtools have proven cumbersome to use, mostly because they rely on a configuration file (/etc/raidtab) that is difficult to maintain, and partly because its features are limited. In August 2001, Neil Brown, a software engineer at the University of New South Wales and a kernel developer, released an alternative. His
mdadm (multiple devices admin) package provides a simple, yet robust way to manage software arrays.
mdadm is now at version 1.0.1 and has proved quite stable over its first year of development. There has been much positive response on the Linux-raid mailing list and
mdadm is likely to become widespread in the future. This article assumes that you have at least some familiarity with software RAID on Linux and that you have had some exposure to the raidtools package.
An essential part of running a successful Internet business is quality software. Software will play a major role in your success. You must be willing to invest in the software you’ll need to assist you in running your business.
The first and most important software you’ll need is a quality email program. Although most Internet Service Providers include email accounts for their customers, these accounts aren’t adequate for an Internet business — especially if you get a large amount of email. Not only do the email addresses contain your ISP’s name, but they are also very limited on features and options.
If you sell any kind of digital product online, chances are you are giving them away for free. Now, you may not be aware of that, but it’s true.
When you created your site, you undoubtedly also created a “thank you” page that thanks your customer for the purchase and allows them to download your product. This is most often the case if you use the popular ClickBank or PayPal systems to process your digital orders.
If you’re like me, you’ve considered eliminating Windows from your computer at some point. The upgrade scheme is confusing, and there’s an endless stream of hacks, viruses, worms, and exploits that target Windows computers exclusively.
Linux, by comparison, appears to be more stable. It seems to require less maintenance, and there aren’t any legal strings attached to it. It does, however, have a “geeks only” reputation that scares away many novices early on. Recently, Red Hat, a Linux software company, has made an effort to change that techs-only image.
We hear all the time from web designers that they spend countless hours and resources trying to speed up their web pages’ download time because they believe that people are turned off by slow-loading pages. Their concerns have been amplified by experts like Jakob Nielsen who asserts that users become frustrated after waiting too long for pages to load. It makes sense that a slow loading page is unusable. We know that if a page takes 2 hours to load, chances are people will abandon their tasks. But when does download time go from too slow to fast enough?
Macromedia Flash – people either love it or hate it. As its popularity has spread on the Internet, so too have certain misconceptions that I hope to either clarify or outright dispel through this article. I prefer the phrase ‘myth-conceptions’ (with a nod to Robert Asprin, fantasy author), since so many of these half-truths have passed into the ‘common wisdom’ of Internet lore, with only a slight or distorted basis in reality, their origins shrouded in mystery.
The primary aim of this tutorial is to demonstrate how to execute an SQL command within an Active Server Page and display the results in an HTML table.
Macromedia Flash people either love it or hate it. As its popularity has spread on the Internet, so too have certain misconceptions that I hope to either clarify or outright dispel with this article. I prefer the phrase ‘myth-conceptions’ (with a nod to Robert Asprin, fantasy author) since so many of these half-truths have passed into the ‘common wisdom’ of Internet lore, with only a slight or distorted basis in reality.