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“Only the paranoid survive.” — Andy Grove Andy Grove was a Hungarian refugee who escaped communism, studied engineering, and ultimately led the personal computer revolution as the CEO of Intel. He died earlier this year in Silicon Valley after a long fight with Parkinson’s disease. When one of the most powerful people in the world encourages us to be paranoid, maybe we should listen. And Grove isn’t the only powerful person urging caution. Even the director of the FBI — the same official who recently paid hackers a million dollars to unlock a shooter’s iPhone — is encouraging everyone to cover their webcams. But you obey the law. Well, law-abiding citizens do have reason to fear. “If one would give me six lines written by the hand of the most honest man, I would find something in them to have him hanged.” — Cardinal Richelieu in 1641 In this article, I will show you how you can protect yourself by leveraging state-of-the-art encryption. Common sense security for everyone Let’s get prepared.
With Keyword Planner, we've combined the functionality of Keyword Tool and Traffic Estimator to make it easier to plan search campaigns. That's why Keyword Tool is no longer available. You can use Keyword Planner to find new keyword and ad group ideas, get performance estimates for them to find the bid and budget that are right for you, and then add them to your campaigns. Note To access Keyword Planner, sign in to your AdWords account at We've also added several new features with Keyword Planner. No match type data for search volume With Keyword Tool, we showed you broad match statistics by default with the ability to get data for other match types, like phrase and exact match. For example, let's say your keyword is dark chocolate. No device targeting Keyword Planner doesn’t let you specifically target mobile devices, like tablets and mobile phones. Other changes in the data columns
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by Moira Allen Remember how long it used to take to find an obscure bit of information? First you drove to the library. Then you spent an hour combing the card catalog for likely books on the topic. Then you searched for the books themselves-- which were usually checked out or missing. Now you can achieve the same results in less than a minute, with the touch of a button. Defining Effective Search Terms The key is defining an effective search term (or set of terms). To accomplish this, your terms should be as specific as possible. Another approach is to determine what terminology an expert in the subject area would use. If you want to search on a specific term or phrase (more than one word in a specific order), put that phrase in quotation marks. In the "early days," search engines assumed that if you typed more than one word into the search box, you wanted "any" of the words rather than "all" of the words. Keep in mind that search engines are specific. Not Just for Research 3) Contests.
A Helpful Guide To Web Search Engines Tips on using internet search sites like Google, alltheweb, and Yahoo. The Spider's Apprentice, Spidap, is not another search engine. Our purpose is to help you understand and use search engines. How do they work? That's what we're all about -- helping you use the Web more efficiently. We are currently expanding this site to provide in depth information about finding certain types of information on the web. Most of us who use the web regularly have done some or all of these things. What Spidap Offers: Our Current Search Ratings Biggest, Fastest, Most Comprehensive: Google Runner-up: alltheweb Most Relevant Results: Google Best Advanced Search Refinement -- Altavista, Runner-up: alltheweb Best Search Engine For Kids: Ask Jeeves For Kids Best Directory: Google Runners-up: Yahoo, dmoz.com (Open Directory Project) Contact Us The Spider's Apprentice was conceived and written by Linda Barlow, who maintains this site for Monash Information Services.
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Pirate Bay Founder: ‘I Have Given Up’ - Motherboard
"The internet is shit today. It's broken. It was probably always broken, but it's worse than ever." My conversation with Peter Sunde, one of the founders and spokespersons of The Pirate Bay, did not start out optimistically. Last month we saw Demonii disappear. While it might look like torrenters are are still fighting this battle, Sunde claims that the reality is more definitive: "We have already lost." Back in 2003 Peter Sunde, together with Fredrik Neij and Gottfrid Svartholm, started The Pirate Bay, a website that would become the biggest and most famous file-sharing website in the world. "Stop treating internet like it's a different thing and start focusing on what you actually want your society to look like." Sunde was incarcerated in 2014 and released a year later. The following interview has been edited for clarity and length. Take the net neutrality law in Europe. Finland actually made internet access a human right a while back. So, how bad is the state of the open internet?
A menos que sea esa rara avis que se niega a descargar la aplicación -"Telegram es más seguro", "no lo necesito; mi paloma mensajera es igual de práctica", "no sé quién es, caballero; haga el favor de dejar de hacerme preguntas"- usted tiene WhatsApp. Y le saca de quicio, aunque no puede vivir sin él. No se preocupe: es normal. Ahora bien, tal vez debería dirigir su animadversión hacia sus contactos, y no solo hacia la tecnología, que la pobre no tiene la culpa de nada. No se puede decir que la aplicación de mensajería sea una fenómeno nuevo, pero sí es lo suficientemente joven como para que no se hayan establecido todavía una serie de normas de uso más allá de que hay que sentir devoción por la flamenca y la caca con ojos. (*) Nota al margen: El cuñado puede ser cualquiera. Ojo con lo que envía Esto no quiere decir que no haya que enviar documentos, sino que hay que elegir el público. Con las fotos personales ocurre lo mismo. Quien tenga hijos -o mascotas- también debe aplicar filtros.
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5 opciones para que los estudiantes puedan compartir videos sin YouTube
En FreeTech4Teachers.com se suele recomendar buenas herramientas para el mundo académico y en un reciente artículo se tocó el tema de la compartición de videos online sin que los alumnos deban recurrir a YouTube ya que hay opciones más útiles en muchos casos; Pues bien, revisamos hoy varias de ellas y añadimos las que conocemos. Claro, el artículo va dirigido a estudiantes y a profesores por igual pues estos últimos pueden lograr su promoción en las aulas: 1. Un muro virtual donde podrán arrastrarse y añadirse cajas de texto, enlaces, imágenes, música y videos para luego compartir la URL del muro generado, promocionarlo en redes sociales o incrustarlo en sitios web. 2. Uno de los 20 servicios que recomendamos hace ya un buen tiempo para sacarle mayor provecho a Dropbox. 3. Un referente para el envío veloz de archivos de gran tamaño y sin recurrir a registros, aunque también es posible. 4. 5.
El método finlandés para acabar con el acoso escolar y ciberbullying que está revolucionando Europa
Finlandia es un país en el que la cuestión educativa es considerada una auténtica prioridad nacional. Finlandia ha ocupado en los últimos años el primer puesto en educación primaria, así como en educación superior y formación en el Índice de Competitividad Global (ICG) del Global Economic Forum, resultado de un fuerte énfasis en la educación en las últimas décadas. Esto ha proporcionado a la fuerza laboral con las habilidades necesarias para adaptarse rápidamente a un entorno cambiante y ha sentado las bases para sus altos niveles de adopción tecnológica y de innovación. Finlandia es hoy uno de los países más innovadores de Europa, ocupando el segundo puesto en la tabla, sólo por detrás de Suiza. Desde que la OCDE comenzara en el año 2000 a elaborar su informe PISA, Finlandia ha acaparado los primeros puestos del podio en Europa por su excelente nivel educativo. Pero a pesar de lo indicado anteriormente Finlandia también sufre de importantes retos en el sector educativo. comentarios
Build a business case: developing custom apps NBN Co is considering revising its wholesale pricing model, and has approached the industry for comment. According to industry newsletter Communications Day, the usage-based Connectivity Virtual Circuit (CVC) charge, which has been subject to criticism since it was first announced in 2010. Retailers setting up NBN services have to purchase two products: the per-subscriber Access Virtual Circuit (AVC), which takes customer traffic from the premises to the aggregation point; and the CVC, the backhaul component that ships bulk customer traffic from NBN Co to the retail service provider (RSP). Criticism of the $AUD20 per-Mbps-per-month CVC charge centres on the overhead it imposes on RSPs: until NBN Co revised it in 2011, they had to pay for backhaul before they had customers to fill it, and as customer numbers grew, it encouraged them towards high contention ratios. Build a business case: developing custom apps
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Updated An independent audit of Labor's National Broadband Network has found the policy's formation was rushed, chaotic and inadequate. The Abbott Government appointed former Telstra director Bill Scales to investigate the advice and processes that led to Labor's NBN policy between 2008 and 2010. Mr Scales's report questions whether a full range of options was considered while developing the NBN policy and found no evidence a business case, independent study or cost-benefit analysis was undertaken. The audit found the company responsible for the project, now known as NBN Co, was established with 11 weeks' consideration, was not fit for purpose, and did not have clear operating instructions. Mr Scales says the problems in the initial setup of the NBN had "a long-lasting and detrimental effect on its operations" and roll out. "It was little better than a thought bubble conceived at the end of January 2009," he said. "The construction of the NBN is still too slow.
NBN review finds policy formation was 'rushed, chaotic and inadequate'
Australian internet connections slowed down by submarine cable fault
ALL too often conversations on the digital scene in Africa look to the East - focusing on the gains being made in Rwanda and Kenya in particular. When they do go West, Nigeria takes precedence because of the sheer size of the country’s economy and population, dwarfing the remarkable progress made by (Francophone) Senegal, which is not fully acknowledged in both the dominant regional and international technology press that is written in English. Currently in Senegal, 83% of the population has a mobile telephone with 40% of these being smartphones allowing users to access the internet. This has seen tremendous growth in the country. In 2013 20.90% of the population was using the internet, compared to 1.9% in Ethiopia or 12.30% in Ghana. In 2009, the government launched it’s own intranet resource centre which allows it to use e-government to strengthen the use of Information Technology and Communication (ICT) for the development of the country. Technology park Facebook invests
Viva Senegal: How this West African nation became Africa's quiet high-tech titan
The Senegal tech hub run by women for women
Coudy Binta De's eyes light up when she talks about how she first became fascinated with computers. The 24-year-old says that as a young girl she went to visit her mother in work at one of the Senegalese government's first computer departments. "Seeing those big computers, with their black screens and green text, was just amazing for me," says Ms De, who was inspired to grow up and become a computer engineer in Senegal. With women holding less than 30% of information technology (IT) sector jobs around the world, encouraging and helping more people like Ms De get work in the industry has long been an aim for policymakers and equality campaigners alike. And perhaps unsurprisingly, the percentage of women working in IT across Africa is even lower than the global average. In Senegal itself recent data is hard to come by, but a report published in 2009 by the International Youth Foundation said women held only 35% of IT jobs in the country. 'Role model' 'Encouragement' 'Pushed me'
In its bid to contribute to promoting Senegal as an information and communications technology (ICT) centre of excellence and a destination for the establishment of call centers, e-commerce, software development, wireless Internet facilities and other ICT market segments, the African Development Bank (AfDB) will inject €70.61 million in the sector. The Board of Directors approved the Senegal Digital Technology Park project on Wednesday, October 21, 2015, at its ordinary session held in Abidjan chaired by First Vice-President and COO, Emmanuel Mbi. In Senegal, the IT industry has a higher proportion of young workers than other industries and the Park will include an incubator to foster tech-enabled business, often run by recent graduates. By creating a sound IT foundation, Senegal will attract multinationals and companies to relocate their activities to the new urban centre developing around Diamniadio, Diass, Sebikotane and Lake Rose.
AfDB Board Approves €70 million For Construction Of Senegal’s Digital Technology Park
ABCya is the leader in free educational computer games and mobile apps for kids. The innovation of a grade school teacher, ABCya is an award-winning destination for elementary students that offers hundreds of fun, engaging learning activities. Millions of kids, parents, and teachers visit ABCya.com each month, playing over 1 billion games last year. Apple, The New York Times, USA Today, Parents Magazine and Scholastic, to name just a few, have featured ABCya’s popular educational games. ABCya’s award-winning Preschool computer games and apps are conceived and realized under the direction of a certified technology education teacher, and have been trusted by parents and teachers for ten years. Our educational games are easy to use and classroom friendly, with a focus on the alphabet, numbers, shapes, storybooks, art, music, holidays and much more!
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TRUCO. Google es el mejor buscador de información del mundo; sin embargo, en ocasiones necesita una que otra “ayudita”, y es que muchas veces el gigante tecnológico no nos da los resultados que estamos buscando. Por ejemplo, cuando queremos encontrar un libro solemos poner el título de este y, por lo general, Google siempre nos llevará a páginas donde podemos ver la sinopsis u opiniones, pero no el texto mismo. Para filtrar esta búsqueda bibliográfica existe un pequeño y sencillo truco que sin duda facilitará la vida de miles de personas que buscan libros en formato PDF para leer. Lo primero que debes hacer es ingresar a Google, luego deberás poner el nombre del libro que estás buscando. A modo de ejemplo, nosotros buscaremos en Google el libro “Harry Potter y la Piedra Filosofal”, la famosa obra de la escritora británica J.K Rowling. Si seguimos correctamente los pasos anteriormente mencionados nos aparecerá en primer lugar el libro en PDF que estamos buscando. Ampliar Foto
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