Monday, January 13, 2014

How to Save Money on Amazon With a Fake Baby






Looking for Relief From a Flood of Email

Easter egg hunt: Seven secrets of the world wide web

Get Rid of 'Viral' Headlines With This One Weird Browser Extension

17 Ancient Abandoned Websites That Still Work

Top Bing Searches for 2013 and Top Bing UK Searches for 2013

From ‘Preggers’ to ‘Pizzle’: Android’s Bizarre List of Banned Words

China Claims Victory In Scrubbing The Internet 'Clean'

The gentle art of cracking passwords

ww.newrepublic.com/article/115709/chinas-aba-county-where-government-shut-internet">Behind China’s Cyber Curtain Visiting the country's far reaches, where the government shut down the Internet

LulzSec hacker sentenced to 10 years in jail for leaking Stratfor emails

How Twitter Hijacked My Mind

Fined For Posting a Negative Review Online

Warner Bros: Our False DMCA Takedowns Are Not a Crime

Now Dropbox Thinks It's Worth $8 Billion

If Bitcoin Is So Secure, Why Have There Been Dozens of Bitcoin Bank Robberies And Millions In Losses?

Mapping Bitcoin

12 questions you were too embarrassed to ask about Bitcoin

Turkish Citizens Say No to Internet Censorship, Take the Streets in Protest

How to troll Twitter in ways you've never even imagined

Verizon Using Recent Net Neutrality Victory to Wage War Against Netflix

Secret: The next big anonymous sharing app

How The Copyright Industry Made Your Computer Less Safe

Kickstarter hacked, user data stolen

5 rules for good email etiquette

How a single Tumblr post turned this unknown book into a bestseller

2013: A Year in Memes

I became a Bitcoin man-whore

N.S.A. Collecting Millions of Faces From Web Images

We Got A Look Inside The 45-Day Planning Process That Goes Into Creating A Single Corporate Tweet

Facebook without the News Feed

Why the Internet is Getting Bland

Does Anyone Ever Read PDFs?

'Minecraft' creator cancels Oculus Rift version following Facebook acquisition

Vatican Library to digitise archives with Japanese support

What happens after a group of teachers notice a student trying to cheat via Craigslist

25 things you might not know about the web on its 25th birthday

A Brief History of the Domain Name

The Million Dollar Homepage still exists, but 22% of it has rotted away

As advertisers phase out cookies, what’s the alternative?

A Breakup Letter to Facebook from Eat24

The REAL Reason Facebook Got Rid Of Its Beautiful Redesign: Its Users Have Old Computers With Tiny Screens

Risk Assessment / Security & Hacktivism Critical crypto bug in OpenSSL opens two-thirds of the Web to eavesdropping

Major movie studios sue Megaupload

Top EU court rejects EU-wide data retention law

14-Year-Old Allegedly Tweeted Terrorist Threat And Then Freaked Out When American Airlines Responded

Here's why it took 2 years for anyone to notice the Heartbleed bug

The Best Online Tools To Know Everything About a Website

The Grammar of Clickbait

33 Amazingly Useful Websites You Never Knew Existed

BitTorrent Zeitgeist: What People Searched for in 2013

Facebook finally (sorta, kinda) added a Dislike button

Bots now 'account for 61% of web traffic'

We’re About to Lose Net Neutrality — And the Internet as We Know It

How to Save Money on Amazon With a Fake Baby

The Internet Hoaxes That Had Us All Clicking For More

The Fastest Internet Speeds

My Mom and I Blocked Each Other on Twitter to Save Our Relationship

How and why Bitcoin will plummet in price

The NSA's elite hackers can hijack your Wi-Fi from eight miles away

How to Remove Ads from your Kindle without any Hacks

Amazon Confirms That the Giant Amazon Box From Reddit Is Real

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