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31 Gen/09

Avviso- se visiti questo sito il tuo computer potrebbe subire danni!

Avviso- se visiti questo sito il tuo computer potrebbe subire danni!

Avviso- se visiti questo sito il tuo computer potrebbe subire danni! (more…) Technorati Tags: Google, hacker, ricerca

24 Gen/09

UrlbarExt Adds Super Powers to the Awesome Bar [Featured Firefox Extension]

UrlbarExt Adds Super Powers to the Awesome Bar [Featured Firefox Extension]

Firefox only (Windows/Mac/Linux): Firefox extension UrlbarExt adds 7 new buttons to the Awesome bar with a wide range of genuinely useful functionality to power up your browsing experience. We’ve mentioned this extension before, but it has since updated with more functionality and upgraded from experimental to officially approved by the Mozilla Add-ons site (no longer requiring a login to install). The functionality of the default buttons include, from left to right: Copy the current...

24 Gen/09

Download “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” Audiobook for Free [Audiobooks]

Download “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” Audiobook for Free [Audiobooks]

Audible.com is offering a free audiobook download of the best-selling Stephen Covey book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Since its original publication in 1989, Covey’s book has sold over 15 million copies and is part of the early canon of productivity and self-improvement books that launched popular interest in the genre. Follow the link below to download a copy of audiobook for free and listen to some time-honored advice on your next commute. When you download, you need...




24 Gen/09

Backup Delicious Bookmarks from the Shell [Terminal Tip]

Backup Delicious Bookmarks from the Shell [Terminal Tip]

Linux/Mac only: Social bookmarking service Delicious is a great way to save and share your bookmarks, but what happens if they go the way of JournalSpace and lose all your data? You need backups! Since Delicious is owned by Yahoo there isn’t a serious risk of complete data loss, but it’s better to have a local backup of your data than risk losing your account with no recourse for data retrieval. Since there are a number of ways to accomplish this, we’ll cover the geekiest...

24 Gen/09

Six Words You Should Drop from Your Resume [Resume]

Six Words You Should Drop from Your Resume [Resume]

Whether you’re polishing your resume because you’ve been laid off or you just like to be prepared, weblog Squawkfox suggests six words you should banish from your curriculum vitae. Photo by SOCIALisBETTER. The six words or phrases described in the post include: Responsible for Experienced Excellent written communication skills Team player Detail oriented Successful According to the author, these common phrases are problematic because they gloss over what should be an opportunity...

24 Gen/09

Start Killer Hides the Start Button in XP, Vista, and Windows 7 [Windows]

Start Killer Hides the Start Button in XP, Vista, and Windows 7 [Windows]

Previously mentioned Start Killer—the simple utility that frees up taskbar space by removing the Start button—now officially supports hiding the Start button in Vista and unofficially in Windows 7 (I tested it and it seemed to work just fine). Granted, the Start button doesn’t eat nearly as much real estate in Windows 7 or Vista as it does XP, but if you always access it by pressing the Windows key anyway, Start Killer performs a nice little tweak that can save you much...

24 Gen/09

Virtual Keyboard Interface Dodges Key-Loggers [Featured Greasemonkey User Script]

Virtual Keyboard Interface Dodges Key-Loggers [Featured Greasemonkey User Script]

Sticking with trusted computers is your best bet for security, but sometimes security-unknown setups are unavoidable. Enter text with a Greasemonkey-powered virtual keyboard, though, and key-loggers are out of luck. Using a virtual keyboard isn’t an absolute guarantee against having your login and password lifted—thieves can be rather resourceful, of course—but it is a good defense against hardware and basic software key-loggers. More than 22 keyboard layouts are available,...

24 Gen/09

Gmail Chat Adds Support for Embedded YouTube, Google Video [Google Chat]

Gmail Chat Adds Support for Embedded YouTube, Google Video [Google Chat]

Gmail Chat now supports inline, embedded videos from YouTube and Google Video. To use it, just paste the URL of the video into your web-based chat box and hit Enter. The video will automatically appear in a small embedded popup so you can enjoy it with your chat buddy from the comfort of Gmail. [via] (Fonte: Lifehacker) (Link) Technorati Tags: chat box, chat buddy, gmail, Google, web based chat, youtube

24 Gen/09

Whisper Bot Passes Secure Notes in Class [Privacy]

Whisper Bot Passes Secure Notes in Class [Privacy]

If you’ve ever wanted to send an electronic message to a friend without spying eyes reading your network traffic, web app Whisper Bot might be just the ticket. Sending a message is as simple as entering your text, the recipient’s email address, and optionally adding a password to secure the note against anybody spying on your email. The recipient gets the link and enters the password that you communicated (through another means) to retrieve the message. The site is secured with...

24 Gen/09

CCleaner Cleans Up After Chrome [CCleaner]

CCleaner Cleans Up After Chrome [CCleaner]

CCleaner—Lifehacker readers’ favorite Windows maintenance tool—has added support for Google Chrome in its latest release. Granted, the release first saw light about a month ago, but it’s great to see CCleaner continue to add new browsers. Chrome cleaning includes cookies, download history, cache, browser history, and saved form info. [via] (Fonte: Lifehacker) (Link) Technorati Tags: cache browser, ccleaner, Google, history cache, maintenance tool