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|1681:|| ComScore And Neilson/Netratings Buckle To Demands|
"ComScore and Nielsen/NetRatings on Thursday buckled to advertisers demands that auditors be allowed to review the way the web site-ranking companies come up with Internet metrics."
|Webmaster General||May 18, 2007|
|1682:|| Microsoft to buy Yahoo for $50 Billion?|
"Stung by the loss of Internet advertising firm DoubleClick to Google last month, Microsoft has intensified its pursuit of a deal with Yahoo!, asking the company to re-enter formal negotiations, The Post has learned."
|Webmaster General||May 4, 2007|
|1683:|| Yahoo to Shut Yahoo Photos Service, Pushing Flickr|
"Yahoo Inc. is shutting down Yahoo Photos, its first-generation photo storage site, and asking users to move instead to Yahoo's Web 2.0 photo sharing site, Flickr, a Yahoo official said on Thursday."
|Webmaster General||May 4, 2007|
|1684:|| Microsoft Adds Streaming to Silverlight|
"Microsoft Corp., the world's largest software maker, said on Monday it plans to offer a streaming video service that stores and hosts video for its new Silverlight online media platform."
|Webmaster General||May 2, 2007|
|1685:|| 80% of Blogs Now Infested With Offensive Content|
"According to Scansafe's Monthly Global Threat Report for March 2007, a surprisingly high percentage of the Internet's blog sites-- up to 80 percent-- contain "offensive" content..."
|Webmaster General||Apr 24, 2007|
|1686:|| Time Warner, Fon in Wi-Fi in Deal|
"In a big win for a little Wi-Fi start-up called Fon, Time Warner Cable Inc. will let its residential broadband customers turn their connections into public wireless hot spots, a practice shunned by most U.S. Internet service providers."
|Webmaster General||Apr 23, 2007|
|1687:|| Microsoft Announces Silverlight, Plug-in For Web Interactive Apps|
"Microsoft Announces 'Silverlight' in What it calls "the Next Generation of Media Experiences on the Web" "
|Webmaster General||Apr 16, 2007|
|1688:|| Speed of File Sharing May Get a Boost with 'SET'|
"Similarity-Enhanced Transfer (SET) works by spotting chunks of identical data in files that are an exact or near match to the one needed. Using SET the researchers have seen speed increases of up to 500%."
|Webmaster General||Apr 13, 2007|
|1689:|| Days of 800x600 Ending?|
"I was looking over my stats tonight and realized that only about 15% of my visitors are hitting my site with a resolution of 800x600 or less... a number that just continues to go down and down and down by the quarter."
|Webmaster General||Apr 2, 2007|
|1690:|| Next-Generation Skype Trojan Hits Web|
"Miscreants have again adapted the Warezov Trojan horse to target Skype users, Websense Security Labs warned on Thursday."
|Webmaster General||Mar 26, 2007|
|1691:|| Sanger to Take Wraps Off Wikipedia Alternative: Citizendium|
"This week, Sanger takes the wraps off a Wikipedia alternative, Citizendium. His goal is to capture Wikipedia's bustle but this time, avoid the vandalism and inconsistency that are its pitfalls."
|Webmaster General||Mar 25, 2007|
|1692:|| Extended Validation SSL Certificates: Are They Worth The Investment?|
"They are 20 to 40 times more expensive than regular SSLs. Am I going to lose business if I do not upgrade to these new SSL certs?"
|Webmaster General||Mar 23, 2007|
|1693:|| U.S. Judge Rules COPA Unconstitutional|
"U.S. District Judge Lowell Reed Jr., who presided over the trial involving several online publications and the American Civil Liberties Union, ruled that COPA is "impermissibly vague and overbroad" to be constitutional"
|Webmaster General||Mar 22, 2007|
|1694:|| What To Do and Ask when Your Website is Very Slow|
Wide range of responses to the classic slow server problem.
|Webmaster General||Mar 21, 2007|
|1695:|| Adobe to Offer a Peek at Apollo, Web App Software|
"Adobe Systems on Monday is expected to release an early version of Apollo, software that will let people run Web applications online and offline."
|Webmaster General||Mar 19, 2007|
|1696:|| Are YouTube Users At Risk?|
"Many YouTube users received cease-and-desist orders from the RIAA. At issue, once again..."
|Webmaster General||Mar 17, 2007|
|1697:|| Colorado Woman Sues To Hold Archive.org Library To Contracts|
The basis of the suit is: "IF YOU COPY OR DISTRIBUTE ANYTHING ON THIS WEB SITE, YOU ARE ENTERING INTO A CONTRACT..."
|Webmaster General||Mar 17, 2007|
|1698:|| Cisco to Buy WebEx for $3.2 billion|
"In another step from its roots selling telecommunications hardware, Cisco Systems Inc. has agreed to buy videoconferencing company WebEx Communications Inc. for $3.2 billion in cash."
|Webmaster General||Mar 16, 2007|
|1699:|| Malicious Code Turns Up on Hundreds of Blogger Sites|
"Blogger.com, one of the most visited blog sites, now owned by Google.com, has been compromised with several malicious scripts. The scripts have shown up on hundreds of Blogger.com sites, and in some cases, a possible vector of the Stration mass mailer is responsible for driving traffic to these sites."
|Webmaster General||Mar 15, 2007|
|1700:|| Godaddy Hit With Massive DDos Attack|
"The Go Daddy Group Inc has been hit by a massive distributed denial of service attack that took down many of its customers' websites and other services for several hours."
|Webmaster General||Mar 12, 2007|
|1701:|| Godaddy Muffs Day Light Savings Time Switch Over - Goes Down||Webmaster General||Mar 11, 2007|
|1702:|| Wikipedia Editor Storm Continues, Now to Seek Proof of Credentials|
"Following revelations that a high-ranking member of Wikipedia's bureaucracy used his cloak of anonymity to lie about being a professor of religion, the free Internet encyclopedia plans to ask contributors who claim such credentials to identify themselves."
|Webmaster General||Mar 9, 2007|
|1703:|| Yahoo Plans To Run Windows Mobile Phones|
"Marking progress in its drive to make Web services widely available not just only computers but phones, the Sunnyvale, California-based company said the Windows Mobile push will expand its base of mobile Internet users by millions."
|Webmaster General||Mar 7, 2007|
|1704:|| Fake Professor Unmasked in Wikipedia Storm|
"Internet site Wikipedia has been hit by controversy after the disclosure that a prominent editor had assumed a false identity complete with fake PhD."
|Webmaster General||Mar 6, 2007|
|1705:|| WordPress 2.1.1 Poisoned by Cracker Exploit Code|
"If you downloaded WordPress 2.1.1 within the past 3-4 days, your files may include a security exploit that was added by a cracker."
|Webmaster General||Mar 3, 2007|
|1706:|| Netcraft Website Ecom Risk Rating|
What's behind it?
|Webmaster General||Feb 26, 2007|
|1707:|| Zoeller Sues to Identify Wikipedia Post Author|
"Pro golfer Fuzzy Zoeller is suing to track down the author who posted what he describes as a defamatory paragraph about him on the Internet reference site Wikipedia."
|Webmaster General||Feb 25, 2007|
|1708:|| Be Ready For The Daylight-Saving Bug|
"Congress decided in 2005 to extend the period of daylight-saving time by three weeks in spring and one in the fall, reasoning that providing more daylight in the early evening would reduce energy use. However, the shift could cause trouble with software set to automatically advance its clock by an hour on the old date, the first Sunday in April, and not on the new date, the second Sunday in March."
|Webmaster General||Feb 20, 2007|
|1709:|| Net Security: Threat Posed By Default Passwords||Webmaster General||Feb 18, 2007|
|1710:|| Yahoo Launches "Suggestion Board" Facility With Digg-Like Voting||Webmaster General||Feb 15, 2007|
|1711:|| IBM Delivering An Open Desktop|
"IBM has developed an open desktop product that supports a range of applications, such as email and instant messaging, without the need to run Microsoft Windows."
|Webmaster General||Feb 13, 2007|
|1712:|| Yahoo! Pipes|
The internets original content aggregator is putting creative control of RSS delivery into the hands of the user.
|Webmaster General||Feb 8, 2007|
|1713:|| Amazon UnBoxed : Amazon and Tivo to test TV Download Service|
"Amazon.com Inc. and TiVo Inc. will begin testing on Wednesday a service that lets users watch videos rented or bought over the Internet directly on televisions..."
|Webmaster General||Feb 7, 2007|
|1714:|| Hackers Attack Key DNS Net Traffic Computers|
Botnet based hackers attack 13 root severs.
|Webmaster General||Feb 7, 2007|
|1715:|| Net Safety Day Goes Global|
"Efforts to make the net less risky for children are being marked by the fourth Internet Safety Day on 6 February."
|Webmaster General||Feb 6, 2007|
|1716:|| Dutch Botnet Hackers Sentenced To Time Served Plus Fined|
"A Dutch court on Tuesday sentenced two hackers to prison for breaking into millions of computers worldwide and using the hijacked systems in online crimes."
|Webmaster General||Feb 1, 2007|
|1717:|| 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 General||Jan 30, 2007|
|1718:|| 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 General||Jan 29, 2007|
|1719:|| 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 General||Jan 26, 2007|
|1720:|| 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 General||Jan 16, 2007|