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1681: new post   South Koreans Arrested for Allegedly Sending 1.6 Billion Spams
"Two South Korean computer programmers have been arrested on suspicion of sending out 1.6 billion spam e-mail messages in violation of the country's commerce laws, police said on Tuesday."
Webmaster GeneralJan 30, 2007
1682: new post   Adobe to Release PDF as ISO Standard
"...Adobe Systems and the Association for Information and Image Management will make PDF more closely resemble an open standard."
Webmaster GeneralJan 29, 2007
1683: new post   YouTube and Wikipedia Are Top Ranking Brands
"Internet firm Google has again pipped Apple to the top spot in a global brand ranking that also sees YouTube and Wikipedia debut in the top five, a survey showed on Friday."
Webmaster GeneralJan 26, 2007
1684: new post   Google, Yahoo Gain Share In U.S. Web Search Market
"Google Inc. has increased its share of the U.S. Web search market to 47.4 percent with a gain of 0.4 percent during December, while No. 2 ranked Yahoo Inc. also edged higher, a survey said on Monday."
Webmaster GeneralJan 16, 2007
1685: new post   It Is Not URL, It Is URI
"What's the correct term, URL or URI? Here's clarification."
Webmaster GeneralJan 11, 2007
1686: new post   Jyve - Search 2.0
A search engine that doesn't produce SERPS but instead puts you on the telephone to someone that can answer your question.
Webmaster GeneralDec 21, 2006
1687: new post   Microsoft: Attacks Targeting Unpatched Word Flaw
"Microsoft warned on Tuesday that has received reports of online criminals attacking a previously undocumented (and unpatched) security hole in various versions of its Microsoft Word application."
Webmaster GeneralDec 8, 2006
1688: new post   Spam: Finding New Ways to Deliver Itself
"Have you noticed the increased number of spam messages that arrive in your users' mailboxes?"
Webmaster GeneralDec 6, 2006
1689: new post   Internet Search Needs A Code Of Conduct
"Could such a code be agreed by the search industry?"
Webmaster GeneralNov 30, 2006
1690: new post   MySpace Founder Takes On News Corp: Alleging "Anti-Competitive Behaviour"
"The suit was filed last week with the Federal District Court in Los Angeles, and alleges that MySpace has broken antitrust laws by censoring competitor services. "
Webmaster GeneralNov 8, 2006
1691: new post   Microsoft Sets Sender ID Free
"Users will be able to implement, commercialize and modify Microsoft's patented e-mail authentication technology without having to sign a licensing agreement,"
Webmaster GeneralOct 24, 2006
1692: new post   Edelman Apologizes for Walmart Splog
"The bloggers were freelance writer Laura St. Claire and Washington Post photographer Jim Thresher, as first reported in a BusinessWeek story."
Webmaster GeneralOct 23, 2006
1693: new post   IBM Sues Amazon Over Web Patents
"International Business Machines Corp. on Monday said it had filed two patent infringement lawsuits against online retailer Amazon.com Inc. over key technologies for the Internet service. "
Webmaster GeneralOct 23, 2006
1694: new post   US Court Denies Spamhaus Domain Suspension
A US judge has denied a request to order internet registrars to suspend Spamhaus's domain, easing concerns that the spam blocking service might be interrupted.
Webmaster GeneralOct 20, 2006
1695: new post   How To Plan Your First Site
"...I am very interested in how I should plan the interface, the database, how things are connected..."
Webmaster GeneralOct 17, 2006
1696: new post   Carphone Warehouse Buys AOL UK
Sometimes the best way out of a deep dark hole is to buy yourself a foothold. Despite all of the problems with its TalkTalk service, Carphone Warehouse shows that it is determined to break into the UK broadband market.
Webmaster GeneralOct 11, 2006
1697: new post   More Gaming Firms Prepare To Flee U.S. Ahead Of Ban
"Leisure & Gaming and payment processor FireOne joined the list of companies fleeing a U.S. ban on online gaming on Tuesday, as signs emerged that Europe is to open up its gambling market."
Webmaster GeneralOct 10, 2006
1698: new post   Yahoo Allows Outsiders To Innovate On Yahoo E-mail
"Officials of the world's largest Internet media company said on Friday it planned to give away the underlying code to Yahoo Mail, one of the crown jewels of its business, in a bid to encourage software developers to build new applications based on e-mail."
Webmaster GeneralSept 30, 2006
1699: new post   Congress Approves Internet Gambling Ban Bill
"Most forms of Internet gambling would be banned under a bill that received final U.S. congressional approval early Saturday. The House of Representatives and Senate approved the measure and sent it to President George W. Bush to sign into law. The bill, a compromise between earlier versions passed by the two chambers, would make it illegal for banks and credit card companies to make payments to online gambling sites."
Webmaster GeneralSept 30, 2006
1700: new post   Mobile Skype Grinds To A Halt
"Skype has announced it has no timetable for the roll out of Mobile Skype, due to unforeseen technical difficulties and a lack of suitable handsets."
Webmaster GeneralSept 29, 2006
1701: new post   Advertising On Social Networks
Put your call to action advert inside a video feed on a social networking site.
Webmaster GeneralSept 29, 2006
1702: new post   MySpace Trumps YouTube
37.4 million unique individuals watched a video on MySpace in July.
Webmaster GeneralSept 27, 2006
1703: new post   Apax Partners Purchase Incisive Media for $377m
Parent company of Searchenginewatch sold.
Webmaster GeneralSept 26, 2006
1704: new post   Microsoft to put Works Suite onto Web
"In the clearest sign yet that the big guns are preparing to step up the battle for Web Office, Microsoft has said it is considering releasing a version of Microsoft Works (the poor cousin of Microsoft Office) as a web suite."
Webmaster GeneralSept 22, 2006
1705: new post   Gonzales: ISPs Must Keep Records On Users
"Gonzales asked senators to adopt "data retention" legislation that would likely force Internet providers to keep customer logs for at least a year or two. Those logs, often routinely discarded after a few months, are intended to be used by police investigating crimes."
Webmaster GeneralSept 20, 2006
1706: new post   Microsoft To Launch YouTube "Rival"
MSN Video wants to be the market leader again.
Webmaster GeneralSept 19, 2006
1707: new post   PDF Security Vulnerabilities Uncovered and Published
PDF backdoors recently discovered and published mean that Acrobat and Reader users are at risk for malicious payloads. Penetration testing expert, David Kierznowski, said "I still think we are only scratching the surface."
Webmaster GeneralSept 19, 2006
1708: new post   Spam Fighter Hit With $11.7 Million Judgment
"The nonprofit group behind a popular blacklist used to block spam has been hit with a multimillion-dollar judgment, but the order may not be enforceable. "
Webmaster GeneralSept 15, 2006
1709: new post   User-Generated Content Is King
Nielson/Netratings : Web surfers want to build their own content.
Webmaster GeneralSept 15, 2006
1710: new post   MySpace and YouTube to Go Head To Head
News Corp: "You're going to see us starting to play more aggressively on the entertainment side of that site". Let the Web 2.0 battles commence...
Webmaster GeneralSept 13, 2006
1711: new post   YouTube - Waiting For The Payoff
"The tricky question of how YouTube can make money off its phenomenal growth while maintaining the promise behind that popularity."
Webmaster GeneralSept 11, 2006
1712: new post   Internet Advertising up 18.9 Percent
We enter the fifth quarter of double-digit growth for online advertising spending.
Webmaster GeneralSept 7, 2006
1713: new post   Phone Interview Tips for a Web Marketing Specialist Position
"The primary responsibility of the Web Marketing Specialist is to assist in the development and management of the various corporate websites by writing and editing marketing copy for the web and to develop web optimization campaigns that lead to the successful attainment of specific [company] product and service performance goals."
Webmaster GeneralSept 1, 2006
1714: new post   Botnet Attack Sentence: 3 Years
A man was sentenced to three years in prison Friday for launching a computer attack that let hackers install unwanted internet advertising software.
Webmaster GeneralAug 26, 2006
1715: new post   AOL Reportedly Fires Tech Chief After Data 'Screw-Up'
"AOL has fired its chief technology officer and two other employees following the inadvertent release this month of search records of more than 650,000 of the internet company's members, a move AOL itself called a "screw-up" that has stoked a heated debate about internet privacy."
Webmaster GeneralAug 22, 2006
1716: new post   Open Warfare In Open-Source
"On one side is Richard Stallman and his Free Software Foundation... ...for him, this is nothing short of a moral fight. On the other is Linus Torvalds, the father of Linux. ... Companies will just vote with their feet. "
Webmaster GeneralAug 22, 2006
1717: new post   Judge Halts NSA Snooping
"The Bush administration's warrantless eavesdropping on Amercians' telephone and internet communications is unconstitutional and must stop immediately, a federal judge ruled Thursday." - WIRED
Webmaster GeneralAug 17, 2006
1718: new post   EFF Privacy Group Seeks Federal Probe Of AOL
"A privacy group has asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate AOL for publishing on the Web search phrases and words used by 658,000 subscribers during a three-month period."
Webmaster GeneralAug 17, 2006
1719: new post   PRWEB Sold to Vocus for $20 Million Cash Plus $8m in Stock
"Lanham-based Vocus, which make software for corporate communications and public relations, has acquired PRWeb of Ferndale, Wash., for $20.8 million in cash and 494,543 shares of Vocus stock."
Webmaster GeneralAug 10, 2006
1720: new post   AOL Video Launches
A plethora of media companies have backed AOL's new online video system. "It's not quite TiVo" says BusinessWeek, but it is all free if you can stand the advertisements.
Webmaster GeneralAug 7, 2006
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