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For Sony and its users, the news just keeps getting worse. First the Sony Playstation hack exposed the personal info of gamers, and then the Sony Pictures hack allowed the movie-going crowd to get in on the misery.
This week we cover stolen (and recovered) laptops, politicians acting badly, underwhelming employment numbers, teens who are more financially conscious than their parents, cell phone radiation, and the popularity of infomercials.
at 11:55AM, 3 years ago |
Password manager programs are more than just useful tools. They are excellent ways to ensure security in an online world that requires you to follow security protocols that would otherwise be impossible. They tell you to make your password easy for you to remember but hard for others to guess. That gets a little difficult once you have logons for more than seven sites or so.
By savingtools.comGuest Blogger
at 8:55AM, 3 years ago |
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Do you remember what a thrill it was when typewriters came with "eraser tape?" Then more brilliance in technology evolved with the invention of word processing machines, super cool gadgets in their day. Oh Glory! Now we can backspace our mistakes, no more eraser tape for us.
The dawning of the personal computer then pressed upon us. One step closer to owning our own personal robots--yes, some still have that dream. With personal computers we had and still have a choice of which word processing software program to use to fit our budget and needs.
Today we type with ease on our fancy-snazzy ergonomic keyboards or on the keys of our uber-cool laptops. I have one question for you, "Why are you typing at all?"
at 8:22AM, 4 years ago |
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Just when you've saved up enough to finally get your hands on that discounted copy of CS4, Adobe announces the latest in their award-winning line of design software. Today is the day folks. Adobe has unveiled the full details of their new Creative Suite 5 release and, as always, we have the full scoop for you right here on the blog.
at 2:16PM, 4 years ago |
I love free stuff. Especially when it's stuff that's not usually free. That's why I'm a big fan of Giveaway of the Day, a site that offers a different commercial software program, absolutely free, every day of the week.
By Rick.BroidaGuest Blogger
at 12:32PM, 4 years ago |
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