Stopping e-mail abuse
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E-mail has become the subject of much abuse, in the form of both spamming and E-mail worm programs. Both of these flood the in-boxes of E-mail users with junk E-mails, wasting their time and money, and often carrying offensive, fraudulent, … Read More

Web accessibility
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Web accessibility refers to the practice of making websites usable by people of all abilities and disabilities. When sites are correctly designed, developed and edited, all users can have equal access to information and functionality. For example, when a site … Read More

Google Knol, the paid Wikipedia
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Writers has now a good occasion to make profit. Google launched this week Google Knol, the user-generated encyclopedia similar to Wikipedia. And every author can earn money from his work, depending on the hits of his articles Google official blog … Read More

Google to buy Digg
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It’s time for Digg. It has ad agreement with Microsoft, but Google want it. And not for ads, but for its concept and users. Digg has very specific community of users/members, not invaded yet by commercial reasons. It is made … Read More

Google Friend Connect, rejected
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Facebook doesn’t like Google Friend Connect, so it blocked this service from accessing Facebook members’ data. Charlie Cheever says the Friend Connect violates Facebook’s terms of service because it “redistributes user information from Facebook to other developers without users’ knowledge“. … Read More

MySpace between developers and angry users
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MySpace tries to wake up and keep its leader position, by opening its doors to the developers, as did Facebook and many other social networks. Beginning with next week, on February 5, the site will become fully operational with documentation … Read More

eBay auction business downgraded
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In my opinion as an user eBay was losing its competitiveness due to its own rules. Too many rules, too restricting rules, a very complicated system for sellers, not a very good search system for buyers, and not a very … Read More