Wednesday, August 4, 2010

War Driver

Do you want to know how to identify a War Driver? Well, here is an example of what War Drivers do. I hope this video will be helpful to you.

Monday, July 26, 2010

Afforable Microsoft Office 2007

Do you need a Microsoft Office program or just want to up date your old one but you think you can't afford it? Well, here is an offer that you don't want to miss out on. I have attached a podcast that will tell you what you need to do to get a great Microsoft Office 2007 program and at a price you can't resist.

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Discussion Question # 2

First of all the term we are looking for is Click Fraud. Click fraud is a type of Internet crime that occurs in pay per click online advertising when a person, automated script or computer program imitates a legitimate user of a web browser clicking on an ad, for the purpose of generating a charge per click without having actual interest in the target of the ad's link. Google is and should be very concerned about this because this can and will cause the millions of dollars. Besides, I wouldn’t want to pay someone for something that they are doing illegally or unethical. At a basic level, we protect advertisers against click fraud by not charging for suspicious clicks. Google has a three step process for catching click fraud and they are: 1. Proactive Filters: Google automatically watches for activity and throws out clicks without billing. 2. Proactive Offline Analysis: Google uses both automated and manual checks on clicks after billing, in particular clicks on websites using running AdSense for Content. 3. Reactive Investigations: This is where the advertiser comes to Google concerned about charges. I think Google’s decision to do this step process is very ethical because this saves them and the advertiser’s time and money.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

New to Blogging? Watch This Video!

If you are not sure what a blog is or how it works, the video called Blogs in Plain English will help. This video explains why blogs are such a "big deal." To view the video, just click on the large arrow in the middle of the video window below.

Whole-House Surge Protection

It's important to protect all of your electronic devices, not just computers, from surges. Printers, televisions, appliances and computer peripherals all require protection. However, it can be inconvenient to use individual surge protectors on all devices that need protection. One solution is to install a whole-house surge protector as shown in this photo. The device is installed by an electrician and is attached to your circuit breaker panel. Whole-house surge protectors function like other surge protection devices, but they protect all electrical devices in the house at once. The typical cost of $200 to $300 (installed) is generally less than buying individual surge protectors for every electrical device in your home.

Technorati Claim Code

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Sunday, June 6, 2010

Discussion Question # 1

Blogging can go both ways. It has good and bad points but I don't think the pros outweigh the cons. There is some really good information and then you have a ton of bad and inaccurate information out there to. The pro come in when the information is actually correct and the cons falls into place when the people state or voice their opinion(not saying they are wrong because their opinion is still there opinion). Blogging is faster and easier and I always turn to blogging when I am looking for information but I also and always double check the information I come across with other sources to make sure what I am getting is the right information. So if you decide to use a blog, make sure you double check the information for accuracy. To me the pros and cons of blogging goes hand and hand, tick for tack and neither one outweigh the other just make sure you check the information with another reliable source to confirm the accuracy