Microsoft Phishes your accounts.
I was showing my friend how to get a paypal account, and had him sign up,
the whole time warning him about phishing emails.
"Never click the paypal link in an email. Go there on the browser."
He signed up using a hotmail.com address, and the "verify
your account" email came back phished by microsoft passport.
The email had an IP address in the href= for the link.
The IP address resolved back to a passport.microsoft.com address block.
They wanted him to sign in to paypal on their server, steal his login,
and then pass the info along to paypal.
Don't take my word, try it!
They NEED bashing.
flight by FPV (First Person View.)
The problem is that I am nearsighted, and most of the
video headgear I have tried are useless for the
Does anyone out there have recommendations for video
headgear (composite video input) that allow for
the user wearing glasses or focus that way?"
and you get:
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Civil Defense — a weblog by Joshua Breitbart
The Institute for Local Self-Reliance has just published a new report called "Localizing the Internet: Five Ways Public Ownership Solves the U.S. Broadband Problem," arguing for municipal ownership of new wireless and fiber optic networks.
The report's author is Becca Vargo Daggett, whose presentation I'll have the pleasure of moderating at the National Conference for Media Reform.
The argument is persuasive. There is clearly a need for more aggressive public involvement in broadband deployment and the affordability of wireless is a great opportunity for that. Giving this opportunity over to private corporations is double the loss."
There's another article on taxation of virtual goods that caught my eye, this time from cnn.
I have been thinking about this for a while, and I think I finally have a more coherent view of my thoughts on the concept of transaction taxes.
To summarise, the article talks about the websites that provide information on standard compensation packages for your position and role. Using this information, it should be easier to negotiate your pay with a fact-based approach rather than "feelings-based" approach. The sites profiled are —
Salary.com (Data available only for US)