• The world needs a cyberweapons treaty, says Kaspersky

    The world needs a cyberweapons treaty, says Kaspersky

    The boundless world of the internet is in need of more stringent regulation, particularly when it comes to state-sponsored cyberweapons like Flame and Stuxnet, according to Eugene Kaspersky, head of the antivirus firm Kaspersky Lab.

  • Spare change? Taking Donations…

    Spare change? Taking Donations…

    As soon as my previous advertisers’ contract ended, I snapped out that piece of Blogads HTML and added a PayPal donate button. First of all, let me make this clear. I don’t like ads in blogs as a reader, I think they just take up some precious space. However, being a blogger myself, I can
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  • Microsoft Live Folders Reviewed

    Microsoft Live Folders Reviewed

    Today, Microsoft announced the release of its new online storage service dubbed “Microsoft Live Folders.” Live Folders gives each user 500mb of storage space that can be used for photos, music, documents, and video. Released as a beta, Microsoft’s Live Folders allows both private and public file sharing. You can also share files with friends
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  • ToBeeDo: To-do List That’s Unusually Useful

    ToBeeDo: To-do List That’s Unusually Useful

    Every time you turn around, another company is promoting their new task management tool or Web app. I often wonder if this isn’t the fastest-growing sector of Web application technology today. Web2.0 and social networking? Bah, that’s so last year. Today, it’s TASK MANAGEMENT, brother! Okay, maybe I’m just getting tired of seeing so many
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  • FriendFeed: Mash All Your Activity Into One Feed

    FriendFeed: Mash All Your Activity Into One Feed

    I was lucky enough to be invited recently to FriendFeed, a service currently in private beta that lets users combine their activity from services — Digg, Google Reader, Twitter, Flickr, Last.fm to name a few — and mash it together in one feed. What’s more, users can then share this feed with friends and find
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  • eDirectree: Build Your Wiki Group

    eDirectree: Build Your Wiki Group

    Launched a couple weeks ago, eDirectree is a new service that lets a user create their own rich wiki group for their friends, team, colleagues, families, or wherever a group of people need a space on the Internet. Founded by Mountain View-based attorney Raj Abhyanker and Dongxia Liu, the site aims to enable a new
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