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Here A Screen Grab Of What The New Site Looks Like
Friday, September 09, 2011
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Wednesday, August 24, 2011
So if you like to join our beta of the service you can go to http://richardthomson.net63.net/register/ And Please Use Invite Code: Blog
Then your ready to get start on the network
Here A Screenshot of the new Site
Sunday, August 14, 2011
Also looking for app developers to work with and chat with about some app ideas I have please contact me if you like to work me.
Sunday, July 17, 2011
Friday, July 15, 2011
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Thursday, July 07, 2011
So this mean my website will lose all the hit from google.
Some people do not have the money for top level domain like a .com or .ca domain name so we use second
level domain to save money.
So feel that we do not have the traffic for top level domain name.
Friday, June 24, 2011
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Right now while Google Music is in beta its free but after the beta no one know if Google will charge for this service. but im Brett sure it will be free like most all other Google service. Google also give you some free music when you get your invite. But Please Remember This Not A Backup Service and You Can Not Redownload The Music To Your Computer Or Any Device's. Google Music also work on iPad browser too.
This Serivce Right Is US Only
Check Out http://music.google.com
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
if you want to know if you have benn hack on a password is out there in the world by going to this website and tell them your e-mail address https://shouldichangemypassword.com/
please tell me if you thing this site works in the comments
But If you Think You Been Hack At nytime you should change all password for anything you use the same password quick as you can.
or do as i do and use a service like lastpass like i do and change your password ever few moths
And Once You Find Some Thing You Love All You Need To Is Think Of A Way To Make Money Weather That Get A Job In That Field Or Start You Company To Do That.
Sunday, June 19, 2011
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Friday, June 10, 2011
Wednesday, June 08, 2011
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Sunday, June 05, 2011
Thursday, June 02, 2011
Today, it was revealed that a group called LulxSec has breached Sony sites again, this time through a flaw in an ad on a Sony page. These individuals were able to obtain over 1 million emails, dates of birth, and password because the site stored the information in plaintext. What makes this one worse is that several people have been able to use the data gathered from Sony's servers to hack Gmail and Yahoo accounts because people were using the same password on multiple sites. This group has also posted the information on their website for anyone to access.
At some point, Sony needs to accept responsibility for their complete and utter failure to provide even a basic sense of security when it comes to protecting customer data. But as we've seen time and time again, Sony seems to be wholly incompetent at this task. Given that this is the same company that paid absolutely no attention to consumer rights when they secretly and illegally installed rootkits on users' machines without any notification whatsoever, it seems to me that Sony just can't be bothered to protect its customers.
As a consumer who is concerned about the privacy and security of my data, I cannot support a company that fails so miserably at protecting its customer data. That is why I am getting rid of my Sony products immediately. I don't care if certain games are only made for the PS3 or that some features are only available on a Sony Blu-Ray player with internet connectivity. I'd rather take my business elsewhere to companies that truly value their customers and actively work to protect their personal and private data. So goodbye Sony - your security breaches will not be missed.
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Apple to Unveil Next Generation Software at Keynote Address on Monday, June 6
CUPERTINO, California-May 31, 2011-Apple® CEO Steve Jobs and a team of Apple executives will kick off the company's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) with a keynote address on Monday, June 6 at 10:00 a.m. At the keynote, Apple will unveil its next generation software - Lion, the eighth major release of Mac OS® X; iOS 5, the next version of Apple's advanced mobile operating system which powers the iPad®, iPhone® and iPod touch®; and iCloud®, Apple's upcoming cloud services offering.
WWDC will feature more than 100 technical sessions presented by Apple engineers. Mac® developers will see and learn how to develop world-class Mac OS X Lion applications using its latest technologies and capabilities. Mobile developers will be able to explore the latest innovations and capabilities of iOS and learn how to greatly enhance the functionality, performance and design of their apps. All developers can bring their code to the labs and work with Apple engineers.
For more details, visit the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2011 website at developer.apple.com/wwdc.
Apple designs Macs, the best personal computers in the world, along with OS X, iLife, iWork and professional software. Apple leads the digital music revolution with its iPods and iTunes online store. Apple has reinvented the mobile phone with its revolutionary iPhone and App Store, and has recently introduced iPad 2 which is defining the future of mobile media and computing devices.
Link's To More Apple Story About WWDC
This Week MacBreak Weekly On TWiT
Friday, May 27, 2011
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Friday, May 20, 2011
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Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Google TV will be getting android market and the new version of the android OS moving in 2011 to ice cream sandwich.
Starting to Day there are now Android movie rent in android market it. Background download of movie that you have rent though the android market so you can watch them on an airplane with no connect. but there is one bad thing about this is you only get 24hr after you started watching it.
There new music service from Google at Google Music but once again this is only in the US not outside the US.
Android At Home this make it so you Android Phone be able to talk to things around you home in the demo they turn on and off the light in the hall.
The Google Chrome Keynote tomorrow so please check back tomorrow for that
Social Media Management
Monday, May 09, 2011
1. Honeycomb SDK is finally released.
2. GoogleTV is completely forgotten, as is Google Wave.
3. Google unveils their new attempt at cornering the social media market.
And Richard`s Profile
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Friday, May 06, 2011
For my first post on the blog, I thought I'd post about something that's gotten a lot of coverage in the press over the last week or two. In this case, the perceived security issues affecting both Apple and Sony. What's interesting is that the two incidents started opposite ends of the spectrum, then wound up at opposite ends again (although reversed) as more information became available.
The first issue relates to Apple and what has become known in tech circles as “Locationgate”. Basically, researchers discovered that iPhones running iOS 4.x had a file that stored location information. When this information was backed up to a computer, it was left unprotected. Some other enthusiasts then created a program that allows you to decode the location information and display it over a Google Maps layout. (They did intentionally skew the accuracy a bit). Upon the initial report, a lot of people were up in arms, but as more information was put forth, the anger began to subside.
First of all, when you turn on your iOS device for the first time, you are explicitly asked if you want to share location data with Apple. If you click yes, then you had consented to this practice. There is also language in the EULA outlining this, but most people never read more than the first and last paragraphs. Also, the data in the location file was based off the Assisted GPS (utilizing cell towers and wifi hotspot info), not the regular GPS service. This means that at best, it would provide an approximation of your location. To give you an idea of the vague nature of this data as I’m writing this post, the location data could show me at my house, the hospital, the university, or even the police station depending on which direction the data skews due to using aGPS instead of regular GPS. Finally, a lot of people have signed up for the “Find My iPhone” service through Apple’s Mobile.me website. So there should at least be some vague understanding that this data is being traced.
To Apple’s credit, they addressed these concerns in a FAQ they posted on their website last week. They admitted that they should have provided more clear and concise information about the location caching, and that the file was actually caching more data than intended. They promised to address this in a future update of the iOS software, which was released last night. I strongly urge anyone using iOS devices to upgrade to iOS 4.3.3 as soon as possible. So at this point, the issue has largely been resolved, and the majority of users have returned to their normal day-to-day affairs.
On the other hand, Sony’s issues relating to the Playstation Network (PSN) started out as simple downtime, but have grown progressively worse and worse. At first, users were just miffed because they couldn’t play Modern Warfare 2 or some other multiplayer game on their Playstation 3s. As time went on, Sony then notified its user base that the service was being rebuilt from scratch, and that there had been some sort of intrusion into the system. Then it started getting worse. Sony sent out an email to all PSN users notifying them that their usernames, email addresses, password and (possibly) credit card information may have been obtained by these hackers. But it gets worse from there.
This past Sunday (May 1), Sony officials had a big press conference in Japan to address these issues, complete with the deep bowing that is a customary sign of apology in the Japanese culture. The officials stated that they were working to restore services as quickly as possible, and that they would work to compensate its users in some fashion. Fast forward to Monday, when it was revealed that not only had the Playstation Network and Qriocity been hacked, but Sony Online Entertainment (SOE) as well. This means that anyone playing its online games (including Everquest and Everquest 2) on the PC side of things were affected as well. At this point, stories began to circulate that some of these hackers tried to sell back a list of 2.5 million credit card numbers they lifted from Sony’s servers. Sony executives were called before the US House of Representatives on May 4 to answer some serious questions pertaining to this breach. Sony did not personally attend the hearing, instead submitting a written response to the questions. In the press release Sony put out about this issue, they summarized what they told the Congressional committee about the intrusion.
Just today (May 5), it was revealed that the servers that Sony was using to run PAN/Qriocity/SOE were not only running outdated server software, but lacked even a basic firewall to prevent intrusion on their systems. Dr. Gene Spafford of Purdue testified before the House Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade that independent security experts had been monitoring Sony’s systems and reporting security threats to Sony in an open forum available to all Sony employees. These expert reported these major security issues to Sony about three months BEFORE their systems were hacked. This means that Sony knew full and well that they had a security concern on their hands, but did nothing about it until it was too late. It’s literally as if Sony’s engineers decided that the system worked fine, so there was no need to make changes.
There’s a difference between making an oversight that leads to a security vulnerability (such as we’ve often seen with Windows and to a lesser extent OS X) over the years, and just choosing to ignore a known issue. The former could be considered careless, the latter outright ignorant, even dangerous. For a company that was under hot water once before for installing rootkits on customer’s computers with any notification if they inserted music CDs into their machines, this is just another example of Sony placing an emphasis on profit over security.
Links to more information are below:
Apple FAQ on the Location caching issue: http://bit.ly/fvsEiM
Sony response to US House: http://bit.ly/iYdrY7
Sony using insecure servers for PSN: http://bit.ly/mBaXJr