OneID: Easily Sign Into Websites Through One Account. OneID is a relatively new web service that helps its users easily sign into various web services.
The aim behind the application is to reduce the many accounts Internet users often create on numerous websites. New websites are being made live every day and many of them require you to create an account with them. When you start doing that for every website you like, you end up having made countless accounts, and remembering the usernames and passwords of all these accounts is a challenge, to say the least.
There are of course websites that let you sign into them using your social networking account but sharing your Facebook information with a website you just discovered is perhaps not the wisest thing to do. All of this is solved by the service called OneID. The service is partnering up with an increasing number of websites so that they incorporate within themselves a new way to let you sign into sites. Features: Check out OneID @ www.oneid.com.
Internet Strikes Back: FBI, DoJ, Music Sites Crippled. Federal agents executed a crackdown on the files sharing website Megaupload on Thursday.
The response, you could say, was not minor. Authorities attest that Megaupload, at one point the fifteenth most popular site on the Web, was guilty of costing copyright holders upwards of $500 million in lost revenues because users of the service can easily and freely upload and distribute pirated material. Four people were arrested in New Zealand Thursday as part of the sting, which also yielded the site going offline. Given that Megaupload boasts an audience of 500 million users daily, a reaction was expected. Only minutes after the Web began digesting the news, that response came by way of thousands of upset users, many aligned to the online collective Anonymous. The attack started swift and strong and only grew. Anonymous calls it the single largest Internet attack in its history, and it crippled the biggest sites for the US government and entertainment industry. 25 Ways to Use Google (That You've Never Heard Of) What do planet Earth, Madonna and Google all have in common?
They are constantly evolving. Unlike the Earth and Madonna however, Google's technology can really facilitate success. These services will allow you to streamline your productivity and be on the forefront of technology — all the while putting you ahead of the curve in professional and personal spheres. Here are 25 of the best, most obscure Google programs that you've never heard of... Google Gadgets. File-Extensions.org: An Encyclopedia For File Extensions. One of the many evils of managing files on the desktop is dealing with file extensions.
While we are familiar with the most common extensions like .doc, .html and .mp3, there are thousands more file extensions that we do not know about. Fortunately, you can check File-extensions.org. This website provides detailed, searchable, and useful information about different file extensions so you can learn more about them. To start, just type in any file extension in the search box to find their entry. Within each entry, you will get a detailed explanation about what it does, the default software that works with the extension, and the list of associated software that you can use to open it. You can also browse the different file extensions through the wide range of categories listed in the website.
File-extensions is a great resource for anyone who need to know how to handle file extensions and how they work. Features: Check out File-extensions.org @ www.file-extensions.org. In Humor, Truth The Internet in 1969.
MIND MAPS. BROWSERS. SOCIÁLNÍ SÍTĚ. SOPA, PIPA. Internet check. SEARCH. COMMUNICATION. ONLINE.