How to Opt Out of Data Tracking on Your Most-Used Sites By:raj
Google's latest updates to its terms of service have left many privacy advocates crying foul. One new feature called "shared endorsements" allows your name and photograph to be used in targeted advertisements on Google property sites.
Google's support page for shared endorsements claims the feature will allow for more friend-based recommendation of music and restaurants
Click Here for more informationAdd Comment - 21 days ago15 Phenomenal TED Talks You Need to Watch Today By:raj
Often, we inbound marketers learn from inbound marketing blogs written by inbound marketers who sell inbound marketing software or run inbound marketing agencies … and it can get kind of stale. We’re all writing and reading about the same thing, so it becomes this vortex of similar content that can be hard to sift through to find things you didn’t already know. It’s hard to stay inspired, too.
via HubSpot’s Inbound Marketing Blog http://blog.hubspot.com/15-phenomenal-ted-talksAdd Comment - 153 days agoHow to get more discount for student By:raj
Ah, the privileges of being a student. Things like sleeping until noon, days off in the middle of the week,
and hanging with friends every day aren't missed until they're gone.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are more than 19-million students enrolled in higher education institutions across the country. Whether you're gearing up for your first day on campus or are counting the days until graduation, make sure to take advantage of your status as a student while it lasts.
Add Comment - 305 days agoGhost! By:maureate
Ghosts are afraid of humans. It is for this reason that they always scare us so we run away from them. Our presence near them give them allergic disturbance. If you pretend not to see them or ignore whatever they do, they ll go away instead.But i wont go to a gravesite because that is their natural habitat Add Comment - 312 days agoBest place to work (The Happiness Machine) By:raj
A few years ago, Google’s human resources department noticed a problem: A
lot of women were leaving the company. Like the majority of Silicon
Valley software firms, Google is staffed mostly by men, and executives
have long made it a priority to increase the number of female employees.
But the fact that women were leaving Google wasn’t just a gender equity
problem—it was affecting the bottom line. Unlike in most sectors of the
economy, the market for top-notch tech employees is stretched
incredibly thin. Google fights for potential workers with Apple,
Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft, and hordes of startups, so every employee’s
departure triggers a costly, time-consuming recruiting process. Click here to read moreAdd Comment - 316 days agoThe scientist and god By:maureate
Add Comment - 316 days agoAWANG BUNGSU By:awang_bungsu
A scientist is the one who tries to copy god's work, but not perfectly. A scientist invents from resources already existing. God creates from nothing to something. A scientist's invention produces pollution and chaos. God's creations are beautiful and aligned in harmony throughout the universe. A scientist destroys to produce nothing and make situation worse than before. God destroys to replace with something better than before
Add Comment - 320 days agoPoison, fake food and life span By:maureate
During the 70s there was a movie named logan's run. This movie is about a futuristic world, human being are required to die when they reach 30yrs old.
Now i know how they do it. By putting poisonous additives (certified safe) which are allowed by the authority, into the food, so human beings life span are shorten. Also by giving fake food
http://rt.com/usa/news/us-poverty-kids-health-687/Add Comment - 328 days agoDangers of chemicals By:maureate
Chemicals in everything from canned food to A.T.M. receipts could affect you, your children and your children’s children. Add Comment - 328 days agoThe Best Time to Buy Anything During the Year By:raj
Every year year, lifehacker.com compile a list of the best times to buy stuff
based on when stores are trying to push out old stock, when they're
dropping prices for upcoming holidays, or even when they start having
sales for no good reason. This year, they have changed this to an always
up-to-date guide, which they'll tweak every year for any changes or new
research. They have also added some new items, added more sources and
research, and tweaked some things to keep the list as accurate as
possible. Click here to get more details.Add Comment - 330 days agoTour of the International Space Station By:rajAdd Comment - 330 days agoHow to get an fb profile name into a link without showing the page address on fb status By:maureate
This procedure is for those using Nokia N73 phones or similar modelsAdd Comment - 335 days agoWhat the gun seller sends By:maureate
1. First get the id of the username by typing into the http address bar like this:- http://graph.facebook.com/username.
Username is somebody's username you want to know his/her id.
For example, you type http://graph.facebook.com/maureate into the address bar.
You ll see something like this shown on the screen.
2. After the id is shown in the form of numbers, you copy the id and paste it into this code @[id:0]
This is written into the fb status for example @[100000906887292:0] and post it. After that the fb page appears and you get to see the profile name which if you click will get you to the username's fb page.
For example, this how it look on the status:- Maumu Maureate
Click it and you ll get to the profile page of the name
*This procedure wont work if the profile name setting doesnt allow the profile name to be linked. In that case you ll only get to see the profile name without it linking to the page, like this:- Maumu Maureate
*You need to use a ucweb browser for copy and paste of the id etc
A story goes that the a window glass seller needs to sell his glasses but no window glasses are broken, so he sends his little kid to the neighbourhood to throw stones to the windows of the houses he passes by. Add Comment - 347 days agoHow the world may end By:maureate
Soon he has a flourishing business selling window glasses to those whose window glasses are broken by the stones thrown by his little kid.
And there is the story of some antivirus app maker who sends viruses all over the net so people would buy his antivirus apps to cure their pcs of the viruses that he has sent online.
Lately, there is also some story about a gun seller who wants to make so much money selling guns and he tries to learn how to make more money by getting the money-making idea from the above stories.
Now you tell me what he sends to the neighbourhood
Add Comment - 347 days agoBatch uninstaller By:maureate
Thank god we live another day. The world will probably end when the nuke bombs explode simultaneously in america, europe, israel, pakistan, india, russia, china, korea and where else. So dismantle the bombs and dont blame it on some mayan calendar.
The world will not end due to a silly believe in some mayan calendar but this will explain why the world will end.
Western hypocrites try to fool us by blaming the mayan calendar, go to this site and you will know why the world will end. Explosion of nuke bombs in a large number (probably due to a nuclear war) may cause intercontinental instability and frequent earthquakes, volcanic eruptions etc. Gases released so frequently from volcanic eruptions may pollute the atmosphere or cause strange shifts in weather unsuitable for living things, very strong typhoons, etc that may endanger and kill living things in mass number so they cant reproduce enough for continuous running of the ecosystem. And so living things will cease to exist.
Anyway the radioactive pollutions in large quantities covering varse surface of the earth itself is enough to threaten living things and end their continuity of existence on this planet.
The recent frequent earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and tsunamis are probably due to years of repeatitious nuke explosions especialy underground. They may not occur instantly but may take years before instablity of the continents due to the nuke explosion take effect. The nuclear powers are cunning and hide much infos about the effect of repetitious nuke explosion because they dont want to be blamed for what they have done.
Uninstall application faster than the inbuilt uninstaller. I tried this app on my nokia N73. It uninstalled application fast without hanging like the inbuilt uninstaller:-Add Comment - 361 days agoQuick shortcut menu for nokia N73 By:maureate
For the almost extinct symbian v3 phone N73.Add Comment - 366 days agoTop 10 Clever Uses for Dropbox By:raj
It is always slow to display when opening the menu.
1. This software is used as a shotcut to avoid opening the phone inbuilt menu, which you have to wait for a long time before the icons is fully displayed.
This menu editor software helps to acces quickly the software you want to open:-
2. This is also for the nokia N73. It uses the phone keys for quickly accessing the software you want to run, instead of directly opening the inbuilt menu which is slow. You can set it to be clicked on the standby panel. It is actualy adding 12 more items to the standby panel rather than the usual six icons on the standby panel.
lifehacker creates a list of the Top 10 Clever Uses for Dropbox.
Some of them are as follows -
Convert, Share, and Automate Your Files
Launch Applications and Run Commands on Your Home Computer
Create Your Own Cloud-Based Music Library
Host a Web Site or Start Page for Your Browser
Add Comment - 478 days ago10 Surprising Uses for WD-40 (and Five Places It Should Never Be Sprayed) By:raj
Everybody knows WD-40 is the go-to product for silencing squeaks;
displacing moisture; preventing rust, and loosening stuck parts. You
probably have a can sitting in your garage right now. It has a tonne of
uses, but it’s no panacea. In fact, there are a some jobs WD-40 will
Add Comment - 480 days ago18 Handy Snapshots to Keep in Your Phone Photo Library By:raj
The number of times we’ve parked at a flea market or festival and gotten
completely lost looking for our cars at the end of the day are
countless. And how often have you forgot your ID when heading out to the
bar? Sure you can email yourself all sorts of info (and then spend 10
minutes searching your inbox on your phone), you can write things down
and type notes, but some pieces of crucial information are just better
recorded as photos like driving license, passport, insurance card etc.Add Comment - 480 days agoWhich Airlines serves Free Alcohol By:raj
As you may have realized that now a days many airlines either don't server the alcohol or they charge you to server the alcohol. But there are still couple of airlines are there which serves free alcohol.
Add Comment - 491 days agoThe Future Includes Eyeball-Embedded AR and Hackable Humans By:raj
a new video (below) posted by Sight
Systems takes a stab at how this marriage of sight with technology could
manifest itself in the coming years (or perhaps decades).
Add Comment - 493 days agoList of the Best Windows Apps By:raj
I was reading lifehacker.com and I found a this interesting article about the best windows application. I haven't tried all the windows application but I'm using couple of them and they are really good.
Add Comment - 510 days agoTop 10 Ways to Get a Better Job By:raj
So your job sucks. You could resign yourself to a life of dull (or even miserable) days in the office or you could set aside some time and get a better job. Here are ten great tips to help you put together a great application, ace the interview, and ultimately work for a company you'll love rather than hate. Check it out at lifeHacker.comAdd Comment - 617 days agoJava-based Web attack installs hard-to-detect malware in RAM By:raj
A hard-to-detect piece of malware that doesn't create any files on the affected systems was dropped onto the computers of visitors to popular news sites in Russia in a drive-by download attack, according to security researchers from antivirus firm Kaspersky Lab.Add Comment - 617 days agoFree Apps Drain Smartphone Batteries By:raj
Drive-by download attacks are one of the primary methods of distributing malware over the Web. They usually exploit vulnerabilities in outdated software products to infect computers without requiring user interaction. Click here for more(www.infoworld.com)
Paying for your applications can make your smartphone battery last longer, according to research.Add Comment - 617 days ago Next>>
Almost 75 percent of the energy consumed by free versions of apps is exhausted serving up ads, tracking user information and conducting other hidden tasks, unrelated to the application’s core functions, according to the study, entitled “Where is the energy spent inside my app?” by computer scientist Abhinav Pathak of Purdue University, Indiana.
Pathak and his colleagues made the discovery after developing Eprof, which they claim is the first fine-grained energy profiler for smartphone apps. Eprof was then tested on smartphones running Android and Windows Phone 7, with the notorious iPhone battery life eluding judgement. Click here for more(www.techweekeurope.co.uk)
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