Want to know a secret? Apple Australia warranties have been extended… but they don’t want you to know.
For all the PC Nerds out there… Ever get annoyed at “Safely Remove Hardware”?
Here’s a quick tip to bypass it! Great idea for all your USB’s…http://www.pcworld.com/article/254868/safely_remove_usb_drives_just_by_unplugging_them.html
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If you run a successful website, chances are you already have a Google Account. Google provide such an amazingly powerful (and FREE) suite of tools for webmasters, you’d be doing yourself a disservice by not having one!
Here are the Top 10 reasons by you, as a webmaster, need a Google account:
- Google Analytics
- Google Webmaster Central
- Google Adwords
- Google Places
- Google Alertsv
- Google Adsense
- Google Docs
- Google Reader
- Google Calendar
These are all tools that you, as a webmaster, should be employing to ensure the success of your website.
Your Google Account is useful in many more ways: obviously Gmail, the Google email program (which has the best free spam filter I’ve ever used!) but also, it integrates with your Google Desktop in the Chrome browser, allows you to access all these tools on your Android phone, and now lets you connect with your friends using Google Buzz and Google Plus.
The bottom line is this – if you are doing any kind of business online, a Google Account is essential to your toolkit. Sign up today at Google Accounts.
During a mundane night of blogging, I was stirred from my reverie by a McAfee alert suggest I was under attack by a trojan, specifically a VBSPsyme VirusSDcan Alert.
It was all hands to battle stations there for awhile, until I realized McAfee was being triggered when I tried to run specific aspects of my Wordpress installation: uploading an image, or swapping from the Visual to the HTML editor.
Upon further investigation, I determined the problem to be the following combination: the Exec-PHP plugin using the Wordpress 3.2.x platform.
If you are having this problem, obviously you won’t want to roll back your Wordpress installation to resolve this issue.
The solution is to simply switch to the PHP Execution plugin. It does the exact same thing, without causing McAfee to throw up a false positive.
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