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Blogging Help & Advice Internet Software & Hardware

5 internet power user tips for OpenDNS, Yahoo! Pipes and Facebook

Sometimes, stuff like web applications, chat and micro-blogging services just seem like a ton of hard work. So here’s a bunch of web tips and internet tricks to get you going!

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Internet Security & Privacy Software & Hardware Technology

Wardriving coming to a Wi-Fi hub near you!

So you’re using Mozilla’s Firefox web browser, and you feel that glow of confidence about you. That warm feeling that tells you that your web surfin’ is more secure than those other guys using that .. other web browser. More secure? Well… It’s been a lazy past two days writing for me. I’ve rarely strayed […]

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Business Innovation Internet Microsoft Security & Privacy Software & Hardware Technology Web Design & Development

Mozy, OpenDNS, Adobe Flex

Having spotted the release of the Beta version of the Mozy on-line backup client for the Mac, I decided to take the plunge. Enjoying the benefits of a very strong pound right now, the five cents shy of five dollars for Mozy Unlimited seems like a steal. But, this is Beta software and I’ve been […]

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Internet Software & Hardware Technology Usability

OpenDNS does not suck

OK, I’ve been using OpenDNS for a few hours, and I’ve got some initial thoughts that I’d like to share with you. First of all, it’s ace! Let’s face it, OpenDNS really does hand the web back to me / you in a usable way. Secondly, there are some points I’d like to outline: I’d […]

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Help & Advice Innovation Internet Software & Hardware Technology Usability

OpenDNS + del.icio.us

If you’re a big fan of del.icio.us like I am, then you’ll know all about the stuff you can do with your tags. So when I read about OpenDNS a few days ago, my first thought was of the possibilities of combining my del.icio.us bookmarks with OpenDNS shortcuts. I’m glad to report that the union […]