A great way of giving your readers a heads up on what to expect in articles containing potential trauma triggers.
WordPress 3.5 should be launching sometime today, and I’ve been quite pleased with the release candidates so far. This update really modernizes WordPress with much anticipated aesthetic and functional improvements. Lets take a look at what’s new.
Revamped Media Management
I’m sure I wasn’t the only one getting frustrated with WordPress’ dinosaur media uploader and management, and they’ve finally breathed some modern magic into it.… Read the rest
Can I come to your house and tell you what to do?
This seems to trend every few months on Facebook, people copying and pasting some copyright message in their statuses. Unfortunately, this status will offer absolutely no legal protection for content that you post.… Read the rest
Well I’ve seen many “OMG did you know that Microsoft intends to shut down/start charging for MSN. Sign this petition to stop this” chain emails but incredibly enough, it’s no joke this time.
Microsoft intends to retire MSN Messenger in the first quarter of 2013, replacing it with Skype, acquired in 2011.… Read the rest
My Data Manager will show you which mobile apps are using your data, how much of it, and when.
Hey guys, this one is for all of you Tweeters. Phishing happens all the time, but I saw this particular attempt today so I figured I’d raise some awareness. Learning good internet practices never hurts anyway.
So, the scam starts off like this: You receive a direct Tweet from one of your Twitter buddies; they’re letting you know that somebody is talking smack about you.… Read the rest
They’re earning cash on your time and you don’t even realize it.
One of the great things about the internet is that new creative ways of using it are found every day. Be it emerging technologies geared at improving communication and sharing, creative tactics in increasing site traffic, or new approaches at generating profit, the internet is certainly a happening place that shows no signs of cooling off and I’m glad to be living in the era.… Read the rest
A few simple but effective ways of increasing your SEO, encouraging more and more visits to your website.
Firefox goes from 4 to 7 in just 5 months, woah boy! Mozilla’s decision to embrace a rapid release schedule has certainly stirred up some discussion, from both the Enterprise world and the User world concerning the frequent updates and version numbering but come on, what do the numbers mean anyway?… Read the rest
We’re just not getting what we expected or wanted…
Picture this: you’re at a search engine entering your search words, and up comes the perfect result – the caption contains exactly what you wanted, in more detail than you specified. Great is your dismay and disappointment as you visit that site, realizing that there is nothing but a flurry of buzz words, your search words buried within, and stacks upon stacks of advertisements.… Read the rest
Microsoft has recently launched Internet Explorer 9! And boy have they come a long way with their browser – you’ll find that IE9 is actually surprisingly capable. Try it out and see for yourself.
In other news, PlanetJon has an Adam-approved RSS feed at long last, making the PlanetJon experience more convenient than ever before.… Read the rest