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10 Reasons We Share Content On The Web – StumbleUpon

The Entrance to the World Wide Web (HDR)

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10 Reasons We Share Content On The Web – StumbleUpon. I agree with these reasons.  They are the reasons that I share what I find on the net.

Twins at birth?

Hypertext creator says structure of World Wide Web completely… – StumbleUpon. Look at this picture:

Doesn’t he look like this? I thought when I saw that picture Henry Starling is real!

Is Apple killing the World Wide Web?

Daniel-Marios---World Wide Web

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Is Apple killing the World Wide Web?. Interesting now Apple is the bad guy. I wonder if the Anti-Apple movement is coming next?

Berners-Lee: Web access is a human right – StumbleUpon

United Nations Human Rights Council logo.

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Berners-Lee: Web access is a human right – StumbleUpon. I agree. There are basic rights that people have in order to survive and thrive. Isn’t it a sad sign of our society in what is obvious needs to be spelled out? Rather than treat our human brothers and sisters with respect, we have to point out what they deserve.

Clipboard History (via Clippings From Your Web)

World Wide Web Conference 1

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Nice free application and highly rated. Great find. I have tried other clipboard tools but they never worked out for me. I will try this one however and see what happens. I tried it and didn’t like it. I guess I’m old-school.

The title says it all. For most of the Clipboard history apps you have to pay, this one is free and does an extensive job. I have been testing ClipboardHistory for the last week and it is definitely worth trying. … Read More

via Clippings From Your Web

Danbo gets in trouble

And it was then that... by Nikon D3s
And it was then that…, a photo by Nikon D3s on Flickr.

Dandbo tries to frame the problem on the Penguin.

Phishers use new tricks to snare victims (via The Informative Report)

This is really nice website. It has some interesting content. I am going to take a look at the other articles. It is best not to click on any attachments you do not recognize.

Phishers use new tricks to snare victims To get around phishing blacklists in browsers, scammers are luring people by using HTML attachments instead of URLs, a security firm has warned. EditAn example of a phishing attack encouraging the recipient to download an HTML attachment and provide information. Note the poor grammar, “required informations”, which should be a red flag   Chrome and Firefox are good at detecting phishing sites and warning web surfers via a browser notice when … Read More

via The Informative Report

Thanks to FOA feds using social media in 2010


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Federal agents use false Facebook profiles to monitor Web. I wonder why no news media broke this story? Thanks EFF.