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Written By: Richard Zwicky Have you ever got one of those silly emails that offers to let you own a keyword? Silly question. How many such emails do you get every day? A number of such services regularly email me offering keyword ownership of premium keywords for $300/year. They say that anyone can type the [...]

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Written By: T. O’ DonnellThe date: 29th July 2005. The time: early morning. I got out of bed and fired up my PC. Opened my browser to check my site. Had a look at the third-party Google toolbar plugin (http://toolbar.google.com/) on said browser (FireFox). It showed grey. Ice formed in my stomach. I opened my [...]

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Written By: Angela Daley“I asked Windows to remember a password for a website I visited in the past. Now I don’t want Windows to remember the password anymore. How do I clear this setting?” That was the question my frantic customer needed answered before he left for vacation. He didn’t want to leave his desktop [...]

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Written By: Pete Crewdson To me, AOL Browser .68 Beta is what a browser should be. Relatively lightweight, easy to install, and most of all, it works how I want it to. I’ve been using for one day, and I’m already converted. Based on Internet Explorer 6 technology, the new AOL Browser has taken what [...]

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Written By: Valerie TayHTML emails have been around for a while. They look moreprofessional than their text-only counterparts andactually generate better click-through rates. Forexample, there are studies which show that click-throughrate for text emails for some industries is 7.1% while thatfor HTML emails is 10%. That being said, many marketers are still not keen topublish [...]

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Written By: Stephen Bucaro———————————————————-Permission is granted for the below article to forward,reprint, distribute, use for ezine, newsletter, website,offer as free bonus or part of a product for sale as longas no changes are made and the byline, copyright, and theresource box below is included. ———————————————————-A Fast Free Reliable Web Browser By Stephen Bucaro Mozilla is [...]

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Written By: Jakob Jelling Security flaws have long plagued Internet Explorer (IE), the market-dominating web browser from Microsoft. IE won the early browser wars, not only because it was free and bundled with Windows, but because it had some features and capabilities that its only real competitor, Netscape, didn’t have. But the behind-the-scenes programming that [...]

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Written By: Dennis Crane Writing software manuals is boring, isnt it? We often think: My software is easy to use. The user interface is intuitive. Why should I waste so much time for writing the document which nobody reads anyway? Sometimes its true Ive never read the WinZip or Internet Explorer manuals everything seems clear [...]

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Written By: Jakob Jelling You probably heard of the new Firefox browser version 1.0 recently released by Mozilla. If you are currently using Internet Explorer or Netscape, you are probably wondering if Firefox is better and why is it better. In order to answer these questions it is necessary to take a look at all [...]

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Written By: Kevin SouterMy first experience with a spyware BHO based infection was several months ago. I had gone through all of the usual steps with the clients machine to clean it. Ad-Aware was run, Spybot: Search and Destroy was as well. Nothing looked suspicious in the systems startup. All appeared well, but it wasnt. [...]

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