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  1. How To Stop Everyone Tracking You On The Web It’s no secret that there’s big money to be made in violating your privacy. Companies will pay big bucks to learn more about you, and service providers on the web are eager to get their hands on as much information about you as possible. So what do you do? How do you keep your information out of everyone else’s hands? Here’s a guide to surfing the web while keeping your privacy intact. The adage goes, “If you’re not paying for a service, you’re the product, not the customer”, and it’s never been more true. Every day more news breaks about a new com
  2. By Liat Clark,Feb 7 2014, 3:08am AEST The greatest danger is the emergence of a balkanized Internet. Twenty-five years after the Web's inception, its creator has urged the public to reengage with its original design: a decentralized Internet that remains open to all. Speaking with Wired editor David Rowan at an event launching the magazine's March issue, Tim Berners-Lee said that although part of this is about keeping an eye on for-profit Internet monopolies such as search engines and social networks, the greatest danger is the emergence of a balkanized Web. "I want a Web that's open, works
  3. Posted 8 hours ago by Frederic Lardinois Microsoft is giving its Office Web Apps a new look today, it seems. While the company hasn’t done all that much to promote its Office Web Apps lately, they are pretty capable online versions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel and OneNote that are free for anyone to use. Today, the company is giving all of these apps a user interface overhaul that brings an even flatter design, some new features and easier navigation. While Microsoft hasn’t officially announced these changes, the company has confirmed to us that it did indeed launch these updates earlier today
  4. Last updated: January 21, 2014. The very best ways to learn HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and the art of building websites, including free and paid tutorials, courses, instructor-guided courses, and reference material. Fifty resources, selected from a list of over 140. About This Guide Between 2010 and 2020, the market for web design jobs is projected to experience a 21.7% year-on-year growth. The prospects are also quite good in the short-term. While the median annual salary for web developers is $77,000, those who can create the topnotch online web experiences that keep web surfers engaged can f
  5. FukenGruven

    Iron Portable Plugins

    Wanted to share my plugins for IronPortable. - Silverlight v5.1.20913.0 - Flash v12.0.0.44 - Sumatra PDF v2.4 plugin for viewing PDF files in Iron Browser. * all are compressed w/UPX and verified working.How to use: Copy desired plugin into IronPortable > Data > Plugins. (while IronPortable is not running) Note: Silverlight leaves trash behind in the registry, and file-system. - edit the launcher so it knows to clean up after Silverlight. Updating PAF manually: PortableApps.com is usually very slow when it comes to updates.. You can manually update yourself.. Check @ SRWare Iron's Fo
  6. By John Callaham 8 hours ago Over 5,000 websites have now signed up to join in a previously announced online protest against mass spying operations such as the ones that have been conducted by the National Security Agency. The effort is called "The Day We Fight Back" and will begin on Tuesday, February 11th. DuckDuckGo, Imgur and the Yahoo-owned Tumblr are among the major sites that have joined this effort, working with previously announced sites like Mozilla and Reddit and groups like the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the American Civil Liberties Union. All of these companies will post
  7. 14 January 2014 Last updated at 12:38 GMT The RoboEarth system will be tested in a hospital setting A world wide web for robots to learn from each other and share information is being shown off for the first time. Scientists behind RoboEarth will put it through its paces at Eindhoven University in a mocked-up hospital room. Four robots will use the system to complete a series of tasks, including serving drinks to patients. It is the culmination of a four-year project, funded by the European Union. The eventual aim is that both robots and humans will be able to upload information to the cloud-
  8. By Andrea Peterson January 16 at 11:50 am The page students inside Yale saw when attempting to access a student creating online class planning service earlier this week. (CourseTable.com) A pair of Yale students and brothers, Peter Xu and Harry Yu, built a site that let students plan out their schedules while comparing class evaluations and teacher ratings for the past three semesters. Thousands of Yale students used it, apparently finding it a better resource than similar sites run by the university. But this week, as the "shopping period" where students are able to try out classes and fina
  9. By Sanjeev Radhakrishnan Friday, January 17, 2014 Cross-platform app development is more important than ever. 10 years ago, you just whipped out your Visual Studio when you needed a client application, but not anymore. With “app-ification” going mainstream on Android, iOS, Windows, and Mac, what is a developer to do? Web apps are a good solution some of the time (except for that little detail called IE!). But what about when you need the features and performance of native code, across platforms? And you’re a startup with a small team and impossible deadlines? Well, at MobileSpan we’ve been
  10. By Andrew Myers and Tom Abate January 30, 2014 Now anyone can drag and drop text into a linguistic analysis tool powered by machine learning. Ever wondered whether a certain TV show had a slant in favor of a political candidate? Stanford computer scientists have created a website that gives anyone who can cut and paste the ability to answer such questions, systematically and for free. The website is known as etcML, short for Easy Text Classification with Machine Learning. Machine learning is a field of computer science that develops systems that give computers the ability to acquire new und
  11. by Jon Brodkin - Jan 29 2014, 9:21am AUSEST Average speed improved in nearly every state (sorry, Ohio). Despite Internet speed improvements in nearly every state, most US residents are still surfing the Web at less than 10Mbps, according to Akamai's latest State of the Internet Report. Drawing data from Akamai's globally distributed network of servers, the report covering Q3 2013 put the US in 9th place worldwide in the proportion of residents with "high broadband," or at least 10Mbps average download speeds: Regular broadband is defined as 4Mbps—75 percent of US connections hit that mark.
  12. selesn777

    WYSIWYG Web Builder 9.4.0

    WYSIWYG Web Builder 9.4.0 WYSIWYG Web Builder 9 is a WYSIWYG (What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get) program used to create web pages. WYSIWYG means that the finished page will display exactly the way it was designed. The program generates HTML (HyperText Markup Language) tags while you point and click on desired functions; you can create a web page without learning HTML. Just drag and drop objects to the page position them ‘anywhere’ you want and when you’re finished publish it to your web server (using the build in Publish tool). WYSIWYG Web Builder 9 gives you full control over the content and layo
  13. selesn777

    WYSIWYG Web Builder 9.4.3

    WYSIWYG Web Builder 9.4.3 WYSIWYG Web Builder 9 is a WYSIWYG (What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get) program used to create web pages. WYSIWYG means that the finished page will display exactly the way it was designed. The program generates HTML (HyperText Markup Language) tags while you point and click on desired functions; you can create a web page without learning HTML. Just drag and drop objects to the page position them ‘anywhere’ you want and when you’re finished publish it to your web server (using the build in Publish tool). WYSIWYG Web Builder 9 gives you full control over the content and l
  14. selesn777

    WYSIWYG Web Builder 9.4.2

    WYSIWYG Web Builder 9.4.2 WYSIWYG Web Builder 9 is a WYSIWYG (What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get) program used to create web pages. WYSIWYG means that the finished page will display exactly the way it was designed. The program generates HTML (HyperText Markup Language) tags while you point and click on desired functions; you can create a web page without learning HTML. Just drag and drop objects to the page position them ‘anywhere’ you want and when you’re finished publish it to your web server (using the build in Publish tool). WYSIWYG Web Builder 9 gives you full control over the content and l
  15. selesn777

    Arclab Web Form Builder 3.47

    Arclab Web Form Builder 3.47 Arclab Web Form Builder makes it easy to create HTML/php forms and email the form submission as Text, HTML or XML. The HTML web form generator supports single- and multi-page php forms with autoresponder and file uploads. Create your email contact form, support form or custom mail form right away on your own PC and upload it to your web. There is no HTML or php coding required! Unicode and utf-8 support! The visual workspace lets you fill the web form with all types of input fields, static elements and custom code. Arclab Web Form Builder is highly flexible and a
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