### Google Improves Gmail Security
On Safer Internet Day this past Tuesday, Google announced that Gmail messages sent to or from a service that doesn’t support TLS encryption will be flagged with a broken lock icon in the message. Emails that can’t be authenticated will also be flagged with a question mark in place of the sender’s avatar (or logo, or photo). This update will allow users to take extra care before responding to these messages–or clicking on links.
Working with publishers, literary agents and authors to produce e-book editions of works that are already in print, Litraweb provides an end-to-end solution – including preparation of e-book source files, conversion to popular e-book formats, hosting on secure servers and distribution through its network of retail partners using various DRM technologies.
Released in the mid-1990s, Kaleidoscope is a utility for customizing earlier versions of the Mac OS. Although it often rendered systems unstable, Kaleidoscope was a smash hit, spawning tens of thousands of funky interfaces. Perhaps more than any other piece of software, Kaleidoscope ushered in the current craze for skinning everything, from desktops to media players.
“The brick-and-mortar shopping experience is still core to customers’ everyday life, particularly their holiday shopping experience,” said Roshan Varma, a vice president at AlixPartners, and that’s where shoppers go to check out merchandise and seek advice. “But they need to adjust.”
Video: Courtesy of bikesagainstbush.com The bike project was Kinberg’s master’s thesis project; he hoped to blanket New York City streets over a four-day period with citizen messages, positioned so that when viewed from above – by plotting the GPS coordinates – they would have spelled out the word vote.
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We spoke with Angwin to get more details on some of her discoveries, including: how Viacom lost the race to NewsCorp and why she thinks Peter Chernin was one of the best things to happen to the MySpace founders — who, while great at marketing, were not tech-savvy enough to make MySpace a social network behemoth alone.
Yes, and imagine accidentally surfing to a website you didn’t mean to (can you say “pop-ups”) and having that bit of web history coming back to bite you in some way (I won’t list the number of ways this is possible—use your imagination). Or imagine your YouTube viewing habits being used to profile you. And let’s not even get into what this could mean for the shadowy players in the SEO community.
But how does Jeff and everyone else know this is not a hoax? Seeing with your own eyes or on TV that we build large rockets and work 24/7 on this does not prove the opposite. Theoretically it could still be an elaborate hoax or a media stunt.
Indeed, only a few edgy strips, including the ever-controversial The Boondocks and La Cucaracha, appear in the comics pages of mainstream daily newspapers, where creaky Garfield strips and musty Peanuts reruns hold sway. Alternative newspapers offer another market, but they have little space and usually come out just once a week.
It wasn’t long before Ajax became the de facto standard for every other webmail product — Yahoo Mail and Microsoft Hotmail, the other giants of webmail, were later redesigned using Ajax — and for web applications in general.
But The Truman Show—especially the original screenplay, which is more naked in its despair than the script that was shot—might also be read as a much more personal expression of existential anguish. The script opens with a quote from Lily Tomlin that didn’t make it to the final cut: “We are all in this alone.”
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For example, DigitalConsumer.org supports the Boucher bill – which preserves consumers’ fair-use rights for digital content – whereas the ADP has not yet taken a position on any legislation.
“Many systems have backdoors or trapdoors, so that the people who are in charge of the care and feeding of those systems or applications can get into them quickly and easily to fix things” said Andy Antipass, a system administrator for website Techserve.