I have not tried this so I’m not actually recommending it. However, I’d love to give one a try for just $49. You wouldn’t post your home address just anywhere online. So why give it out to every website you visit? When you browse the Internet, every site you visit knows your IP address...Read more →
After more than two years of community discussions and many drafts, the nonprofit Creative Commons has released a new version of its popular copyright license suite. These licenses allow rightsholders to release some of the exclusive rights associated with copyright while retaining others, in a way that’s easy for re-users, indexable by computers, and...Read more →
File-sharing sites and platforms of all kinds can be goldmines of unusual information and today fans of writer J. D. Salinger will be the ones getting particularly excited. Last evening three previously unreleased stories by the reclusive American author were uploaded to private BitTorrent tracker What.cd, including The Ocean Full of Bowling Balls, a piece previously under lock and key at the Princeton University Library. The stories are now widely available.
Read the full article @ TorrentFreak.com.
A special thanks to my colleague Scott for picking this up for me on Black Friday!
26 December 2013, 10am Central Time JD Thomas, a white-hat SEO and WordPress consultant, will discuss SHOG.US, an easy to use web application that provides non-coders with the tools needed to craft engaging and social media friendly URLs for sharing on on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, or LinkedIn. This is especially useful when sharing non-webpage...Read more →