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8 Apps to Save and Back Up Texts on Android If you're reading this, chances are you spend a lot of time texting. Like, a ridiculous amount of time. Some might say too much time, but we wouldn't know anything about that — this is a judgment free zone. The point is, texting is a huge part of our daily lives. We use texting to make memories, share secrets, send complex late-night film ideas. So why are you erasing all of them? If you're looking to back up and save the texts on your Android, look no further than this gallery. Know of any other good apps for backing up SMS and MMS? Mashable composite.

Attention : Le bouton PayPal est en train de devenir carnivore C’est une conversation sur Twitter avec @Cappadocius (merci à lui pour sa vigilance !) qui a attiré mon attention sur un changement problématique des conditions d’utilisation du service de paiement en ligne PayPal. eBay, qui contrôle pour l’instant cette société, a annoncé qu’il avait l’intention de s’en séparer pour en faire une compagnie indépendante et cette évolution devrait intervenir dans le courant de l’année. Or PayPal prépare déjà le terrain en procédant à une modification de ses Conditions Générales d’Utilisation (CGU ou Terms of Use/ToS en anglais). Les changements concernent plusieurs aspects, dont les questions de propriété intellectuelle sur les contenus produits par les utilisateurs et ils seront applicables au 1er juillet. Viens… viens, petit internaute… utilise mes services… et je te mordrai FORT ! Du bouton PayPal, risque bien d’éclore une fleur… carnivore ! Une étrange clause de propriété intellectuelle Cette clause de cession est particulièrement large. J'aime :

Fraudcast News - visionOntv 10 Annoying Apps We're All Stuck Using (and How to Make Them Better) Email Self-Defense - a guide to fighting surveillance with GnuPG Step 2.a Make a keypair In your email program's menu, select OpenPGP → Setup Wizard. You don't need to read the text in the window that pops up unless you'd like to, but it's good to read the text on the later screens of the wizard. On the second screen, titled "Signing," select "No, I want to create per-recipient rules for emails that need to be signed." Use the default options until you reach the screen titled "Create Key". On the screen titled "Create Key," pick a strong password! The program will take a little while to finish the next step, the "Key Creation" screen. When the OpenPGP Confirm screen pops up, select Generate Certificate and choose to save it in a safe place on your computer (we recommend making a folder called "Revocation Certificate" in your home folder and keeping it there. After creating your key, the Enigmail set-up wizard automatically uploaded it to a keyserver, an online computer that makes everyone's keys available through the Internet. Troubleshooting

Five tools for the journalist's toolbox | Online Journalism Features What's in the journalism toolbox? Credit: Image by JM Some rights reserved. Journalism.co.uk has asked five tech-savvy journalists about their favourite tools. Here are their answers in no particular order. 1. Nominated by Paul Bradshaw, a visiting professor at City University, London and part-time course leader for the MA in Online Journalism at Birmingham City University. "My favourite tool would, funnily enough, be one of my oldest: it's Delicious, the social bookmarking service. "Despite being neglected for years by Yahoo, and its new owners hardly improving it, it's still hugely useful to me, in a multitude of ways with functionality that no competing services provide. "Firstly, Delicious makes it possible to work more quickly than would otherwise be possible. "Secondly, the RSS feeds it provides means I can publish at the same time that I bookmark – to multiple platforms. 2. 3. 4. 5. "Not everyone is happy though, it strips out advertising.

f.lux: software to make your life better Faut-il combattre les trolls La sagesse populaire des réseaux nous rappelle qu’il ne faut pas nourrir les trolls (don’t feed the troll), ce qui signifie qu’il est plus avisé de ne pas répondre à des commentaires haineux afin de ne pas engendrer un discours de haine encore plus violent et plus nourrit. Pourtant, nous rappelait déjà le sociologue Antonio Casilli, « Le trolling ne doit pas être considéré comme une aberration de la sociabilité sur l’internet, mais comme l’une de ses facettes ». En fait, la radicalité des Trolls est une réponse aux blocages des formes d’expression publiques, qu’elles soient en ligne ou pas. On s’énerve pour affirmer son propos, pour le faire exister, pour se faire entendre des autres. « L’existence même des trolls montre que l’espace public est largement un concept fantasmatique », insiste avec raison le sociologue. Les Trolls (réels comme virtuels) risquent surtout de se développer à mesure que le dialogue démocratique se ferme ou se recompose. Engager le dialogue avec les trolls

Behind the Numbers: Looking at the statistics behind the stories ‘Behind The Numbers’ is all about the explosion in ‘data’: information about our hospitals and schools, crime and the way it is policed, business and sport, arts and culture. We’ve launched a new initiative looking at the numbers behind our city and the stories in it. Thanks to laws like the Freedom of Information Act, and initiatives surrounding government transparency, it is easier than ever to get that data. This data journalism is responsible for some of the biggest stories of the last few years, from the MPs’ expenses scandal to the various Wikileaks stories. For that reason, we’ll be publishing the numbers behind our stories – the data – here, so you can see the numbers in full, find new stories, use them for infographics, maps and charts, or tell us about things we should be looking into. And we’d like you to tell us what data you’d like us to publish and dig into.

Top 10 Underhyped Windows Apps I have a few Metro Apps that I can recommend. As a Desktop Explorer alternative, I can recommend My Explorer for simple browsing and Metro Commander for moving files from A to B, or C:\ to D:\. If you use Dropbox, then you also might want to install the official Dropbox App. For your YouTube needs, there is YouTube Player or, if you need a few additional features, YouTube RT. Aside from that, Win8/RT already comes with a lot of good Apps. What I can NOT recommend, tho, is Skype, as the Desktop version still works much better and does not screw up when you use Steam in OpenMic mode, the default Music app stand-alone as the Playlist manager is horrible (but the player itself is fine otherwise) and any App that lets you throw a more Metro-styled tile for your Desktop programs on the Start screen (OblyTile works better and is free)

Enquête sur un intrigant site internet de désinformation - Hebdo (Quelques passages ont été modifiés le 17 mars 2016 dans les trois premiers paragraphes de l'article, suite à des précisions et remarques d'internautes.) Le président Hollande « coupable de haute trahison ». Le Pentagone qui « prépare une guerre contre la Russie ». Ou encore l'Arabie saoudite et Israël qui seraient « sur la même longueur d'onde ». Militant ou manipulateur ? Les auteurs d'AWD News auraient-ils tout simplement mal compris les propos du site américain ? De faux journalistes? Une autre, Isun Gunel, assure être âgée de 23 ans et être consultante pour des médias russes, chinois et iraniens. Chronologie et chiffres clés

Review: Internet law for journalists Most writing on law is like a gas: it expands to fill the space given to it. But a new ebook by journalism trainer Cleland Thom bucks the trend, and it’s all the better for it. Internet Law for Journalists, Bloggers, Students, Social Media Users … is as impressively succinct as its title is long. The book provides a tour through the expanding range of laws you need to consider when you publish online, illustrated with copious and simple examples, along with guidance for what you should do to avoid being added to the list. The issues covered range from how traditional concerns such as defamation and contempt play out online, to increasingly important areas such as harassment, copyright, terms and conditions and protection of sources. Sourcing images from social media is covered both in terms of both copyright and privacy laws and guidance, and the strict legal context is complemented with how Ofcom and the Press Complaints Commission have handled similar issues. Like this: Like Loading...

The Assumptions You Make About Your Slow PC (and Why They're Probably Wrong) Definitely agree with Atnevon and omnichad here. I do a lot of pc repair for friends, family, and their extended whatevers. I've worked as direct computer repair before and as Tier 2 technical support for HP laptops. Warning: Incoming text well. None of these are really myths. Myth #1: Almost half of the time, in my experience, it IS malware of some kind; be it actual virus or scareware. Myth #2: People are usually pretty cheap and buy systems with RAM I wouldn't suggest for the OS: WinXP with 512 KB of ram or Vista/Win7 with 1 GB. Myth #3: This has some effect on computer speed but it is by far the lowest impact. Myth #4: A system reinstall is often a good idea though it isn't required. Myth #5: MSConfig falls right into this list and it is a pretty strong way to remove things from automatically starting up. Some programs even make their own services and those can be removed but it's generally a bad idea to mess with services. Also under Myth #5 would be Disk Cleanup.

Comment mieux repérer de fausses photos et vidéos Une vidéo de l’aéroport de Bruxelles circule… Alors qu’elle avait déjà illustré des attentats à Moscou en 2011, une autre de l’explosion dans le métro… avait déjà en fait été utilisée pour l’attentat de Minsk en 2011. Etonnant ? Hélas non. Après chaque événement dramatique, de fausses photos et vidéos circulent sur les réseaux sociaux. Comment ne pas se faire avoir ? La recherche inversée sur Google Cette fonctionnalité de Google Images permet de retrouver des images similaires à la photo en question. Par exemple, cette photo supposée montrer l’explosion à l’aéroport de Bruxelles. #Breaking: Been a ' huge ' explosion at #Brussels Airport --- smoke rising from building + airport on lockdown pic.twitter.com/MYsBt0kME0 — Raven*H⚓️U*Wolf (@RavenHUWolf) 22 mars 2016 Les résultats de la recherche inversée affiche le titre de l’image «nasa rocket explosion» et laissent peu de doutes quant à l’origine du cliché. YouTube Data viewer C’est d’ailleurs le cas. Les bonnes questions à se poser

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