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361: new post   EOC
The new industry buzzword is "Trusted Email".
Apr 7, 2006
362: new post   AOL CertifiedEmail
You now have two options for sending email to @aol.com accounts - the AOL Whitelist (using SPF records) and the AOL CertifiedEmail Program (Goodmail Accreditation). The application processing fee for CertifiedEmail is regularly $399, but $199 for applications submitted by July 31, 2006.
Apr 7, 2006
363: new post   Conceptual fog: Example.com/directory/directory/file?
"In structuring a website: When is example.com/Wisconsin - a directory; When is Example.com/Wisconsin - a file"
Apr 3, 2006
364: new post   Popular fonts
"As an experiment I changed my font to the second most popular one... Within two days sales were up 20% and have stayed up for the last two weeks."
Apr 3, 2006
365: new post   StreamCast sues Skype Founders
The creators of the Morpheus file-sharing client claim that they should get all proceeds from the eBay-Skype deal and gain control of FastTrack.
Mar 29, 2006
366: new post   Testimonials - Believable or just more yada yada?
Do you use testimonials? Have you ever faked them? Come on, be honest! Do you think they have any true value?
Mar 26, 2006
367: new post   DNS servers make light work for hackers
"In a twist on distributed denial-of-service attacks, cybercriminals are using DNS servers--the phonebooks of the Internet--to amplify their assaults and disrupt online business."
Mar 24, 2006
368: new post   Search Engine Algorithms, Inbound Links, Website Rot
Mar 24, 2006
369: new post   Yahoo Messenger Phone Capabilities to be Activated in U.S.
"Yahoo plans on Wednesday to activate Internet phone capabilities for Yahoo Messenger users in the U.S., a little more than three months after announcing this feature."
Mar 22, 2006
370: new post   Why do we not have a secure email system?
"Surely it's not that hard to have a system whereby the origin of an email can be accurately determined, and rejected if it's a fake?"
Mar 21, 2006
371: new post   Microsoft goes legal in assault on phishers
"More than 100 suspected cybercriminals will be targeted by Microsoft's lawyers, as its fightback against phishing begins."
Mar 20, 2006
372: new post   Alexa Now Showing Other Sites Owned By Listed Domain
"Alexa is now displaying other sites owned by the same person/company in the left column. While this is a nice feature for examing the competition, I'm not particularly happy about the competition learning my network of sites."
Mar 15, 2006
373: new post   McAfee Update Breaks Hundreds Of Apps
"For over five hours Friday, McAfee's anti-virus software erroneously flagged hundreds of legitimate executables as a malicious virus, leading some customers to quarantine or delete the offending files and render applications such as Microsoft Excel inoperative."
Mar 14, 2006
374: new post   Report says Denial-of-service hacking soars
"Denial-of-service (DoS) attacks, where hackers overload networks with data in an effort to disable them, have risen 50%, a security report says."
Mar 10, 2006
375: new post   AOL to let others customize its AIM software
"AOL said on Monday it planned to let software and service developers create their own versions of its AOL Instant Messenger (AIM), which analysts said was a significant move for a company that has traditionally cordoned off its services."
Mar 6, 2006
376: new post   25 Start Ups that are re-inventing the web
"We are in the early stages of what might be better thought of as the Next Net. The Next Net will encompass all digital devices, from PC to cell phone to television.
Mar 2, 2006
377: new post   Senate Bill Addresses Fears of "Charged for Access" to Net Content
"Senator Ron Wyden, Democrat of Oregon, will introduce new legislation today that would prohibit Internet network operators from charging companies for faster delivery of their content to consumers or favoring some content providers over others."
Mar 2, 2006
378: new post   Windows Live in Public Beta
"Windows Live Expo is an online classified service Microsoft plans to launch in the United States, the company said. In addition to traditional classified ads--such as listings of items for sale or apartments for rent--the service also will provide social networking and community features."
Mar 1, 2006
379: new post   Coalition to fight AOL's plan to charge for commercial e-mail
"A coalition of unlikely partners... ...have joined forces to fight AOL's plan to charge businesses for commercial e-mail."
Feb 28, 2006
380: new post   If You're Using Web Services, Think About Where Your Data is Stored
"Web services may offer enhanced security against viruses, hackers and data corruption. But when your data's abroad, other factors may be more worrying."
Feb 21, 2006
381: new post   Microsoft Vista Launch Getting Closer
"Microsoft hopes to have the new version of its Windows operating system available in time for the U.S. holiday season, spokesman Lou Gellos said, narrowing the time frame for the much-anticipated product's release."
Feb 21, 2006
382: new post   Proposed law aimed at tech-China cooperation
"Nearly every U.S. company with a Web site located in China will have to move it elsewhere or its executives would face prison terms of up to a year, according to proposed legislation expected to be introduced this week in the U.S. Congress."
Feb 21, 2006
383: new post   Mambo CMS Targeted by Worm
"F-Secure is warning of a network worm that targets vulnerabilities in the Mambo Content Management System (CMS) and PHP XML-RPC, a library of code for PHP programmers that allows procedures to run between computers with different operating systems."
Feb 21, 2006
384: new post   Securing Data Passed in a Form or Payment Transaction
"As I understand it sending sensitive information to email accounts is never recommended even if using PGP for encryption. The problem is how do I get this senstive information from the customer to the business in a secure and cost effective way?"
Feb 20, 2006
385: new post   US Lawmaker Renews Push Against Internet Gambling
"...Rep. Bob Goodlatte will reintroduce a bill this week that would prohibit Internet gambling, a fast-growing industry valued at about $12 billion."
Feb 15, 2006
386: new post   Your Data Running Naked on The Net
"The U.S. Justice Dept.'s demand for data on how Web surfers use Google and other search engines raises a disturbing question: Just how much do the Web sites you visit know about you?"
Feb 15, 2006
387: new post   Feds to Quiz Net Companies and Search Engines on China
"Four U.S. Internet companies eager for a foothold in China face hard questions from lawmakers worried that the communist regime is using American technology to crush political dissent."
Feb 15, 2006
388: new post   Legal Responsibility for Contributed Website Content
"If you freelance for a magazine, all responsibility is with the firm that owns the mag; if you publish as a private individual on a website - aren't you responsible?"
Feb 14, 2006
389: new post   Blind Student Sues Site Owner Claiming Civil-Rights Violations
"...Target's site lacks "alt-text," an invisible code embedded beneath a graphic on the Web site that a screen reader could use to provide a description of the image to a blind person, the suit said."
Feb 9, 2006
390: new post   Vint Cerf warns against two-tier "net neutrality" Internet
"Vint Cerf, one of the early pioneers of internet technology and now chief internet evangelist at Google, called on Congress to pass a law preventing telecoms companies from discriminating between the internet services that are carried over their networks."
Feb 8, 2006
391: new post   AOL and Yahoo introduce postage for emails.
"America Online and Yahoo, two of the world's largest providers of e-mail accounts, are about to start using a controversial system that gives preferential treatment to messages from companies that pay from 1/4 of a cent to a penny each to have them delivered."
Feb 6, 2006
392: new post   Will The Real TrueLocal Stand Up
"News Corps has launched a site in Australia using the name of a well known search engine in the states and Canada"
Feb 2, 2006
393: new post   Friends and family want to become webmasters
"If I ever tell someone that I have my own website or make money from the internet, the next thing I know is they are asking me to teach them."
Jan 18, 2006
394: new post   AOL Acquires Internet video search pioneer Truveo, Inc.
"Internet video search pioneer Truveo, Inc. has been acquired by America Online, Inc."
Jan 10, 2006
395: new post   Life in the Sandbox - making it an advantage
For one site the sandbox was a bonus. The niche was just emerging and I built 300 pages "under the radar" of my competitors. Then BAMB! I leapt into the serps and caught them all by surprise.
Jan 10, 2006
396: new post   Email Spammer Nailed with $11 Billion Dollar Judgment
"An Midwest internet service provider was awarded an $11.2 billion judgment against a Florida man for sending millions of unsolicited e-mails advertising mortgage and debt consolidation services..."
Jan 6, 2006
397: new post   Smart Internet Lamp Posts go on Trial
"Smart lampposts that could provide high-speed internet access are set to go on trial in Scotland."
Jan 5, 2006
398: new post   MonsterCommerce to be Acquired by Network Solutions
"Brett Tabke interviews Stephanie Leffler, MonsterCommerce CEO"
Dec 16, 2005
399: new post   Google, Microsoft & Sun Microsystems to Fund New Internet Lab
"Google Inc. and Microsoft Corp. are setting aside their bitter animosity to back a new Internet research laboratory aimed at helping entrepreneurs introduce more groundbreaking ideas to a mass audience. Sun Microsystems Inc. also is joining the $7.5 million project at the University of California, Berkeley."
Dec 15, 2005
400: new post   ISP Hopes to Charge Webmasters for Speed
William L. Smith, CTO of BellSouth Corp., thinks that an ISP should be able to charge Yahoo for the opportunity to load faster than Google.
Dec 14, 2005
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