What do you do when there's a new email in your inbox saying that you've won a few thousand dollars and all you have to do is furnish your bank details so that they can transfer the money to your bank account.
Rupert Murdoch’s comment on websites that use content from News Corp. sites (like The Wall Street Journal, Fox News, etc.): There are those who think they have a right to take our news content and use it for their own purposes without contributing a penny to its production.
With Office 2010, Microsoft has completely revamped the print options dialog. You can modify the common print settings (like margins, paper size, etc) using the handy drop-down menus and the automatic print previews are automatically adjusted.
Paul Boutin, who writes for Wired and the gadget blog at NYT, has some useful advice for group blogs (multiple authors contributing to one or more blogs): Hire someone to handle all images for posts, so your writers can focus on writing.
Microsoft announced Global Anti-Piracy Day to raise awareness among educators about the importance of teaching students about innovation and the cost of piracy, the launch of an employee anti-piracy ambassador program at Microsoft Italy, and the donation of computers seized from dishonest computer dealers to a local charity in Indonesia. Also taking place are local law enforcement training sessions and numerous legal actions against software counterfeiters and pirates.
Chief Search Strategist Marshall Simmonds, who trained journalists at New York Times and about.com guides about search engine optimization techniques, says that measuring ROI from your SEO effort is extremely important.
Google AdSense ads will make an appearance in Google Image search very soon. This is not a clear screen capture but should give you an idea about how well Google has managed to blend advertising in image search results.
Eric Berlin prefers using Twitter over his RSS Reader. He writes – "I’ve been using my RSS reader more selectively of late, as a place to browse around when I have the time rather than looking at it as a mountain must be climbed everyday.
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