Dia a drawing program Welcome to Dia's new homepage. Dia is a GTK+ based diagram creation program for GNU/Linux, MacOS X, Unix, and Windows, and is released under the GPL license. Dia is roughly inspired by the commercial Windows program 'Visio,' though more geared towards informal diagrams for casual use. It can be used to draw many different kinds of diagrams. It currently has special objects to help draw entity relationship diagrams, UML diagrams, flowcharts, network diagrams, and many other diagrams. Help Guard Your Online Privacy with this Nifty Firefox Add-On These days being on the Internet means being tracked. Although you can take various measures to block trackers, it isn’t always clear who you have or haven’t blocked. There is a new Firefox add-on called Lightbeam that makes it easier to see just who is tracking you. Lightbeam is a successor to the Collusion add-on that was described in a previous Hot Find and in this previous tip. The new add-on provides visual representations that enable you to see the relationships between third parties and the sites you visit. I had used Collusion previously and I decided to give this one a try.
Find Keyword Modifiers with Google Refine Keyword research is a vital component of SEO. Part of that research usually entails finding the most frequent modifiers for a keyword. There are plenty of ways to do this but here's a new way to do so using Google Refine. Google Refine Google Refine came about through the Metaweb acquisition in July of 2010 and is an evolution of Freebase Gridworks. SeaMonkey Community Development of the SeaMonkey Internet Application suite software wouldn't be possible without the vibrant community of developers and users that form the SeaMonkey Project. This page gives you some pointers of how to get in contact or be a part of our community. For a perspective of the wider Mozilla community that we are a part of, read the mozilla.org community page. Newsgroups / Mailing Lists The main channel of community activity within the SeaMonkey project are the newsgroups hosted at mozilla.org, each of which are mirrored as mailing lists. Please read the mozilla.org developer forums page for more info about those groups / lists.
Google to Commies: We’ll make censorship illegal High performance access to file storage Google is working with the US government to try to make it illegal for countries to censor the Internet by using international trade rules. The ad broker’s communications head, Robert Boorstin, told a Media Access Project audience in DC that Google “believes very strongly, as do other companies, that censorship is a trade barrier” and said a number of US government department were working together with the company to make a case to the World Trade Organization (WTO). The idea is that censored search results limit Google’s ability to enjoy fair trade and put local competitors (such as China’s Baidu search engine) at a commercial advantage.
Wink - [Homepage] Here is a sample Flash tutorial created by Wink. Click the green arrow button to start viewing it. --------> This is a good example of how you can create tutorials in Wink, by capturing screenshots, mouse movements and specifying your own explanations with them. And all this in a standard Windows-based UI with drag-and-drop editing makes it very easy to create high quality tutorials/documentation. Tor Browser Bundle - Privacy - Anonymity Download the file above, and save it somewhere, then double click on it. (1) Click "Run" then choose the installer's language and click OK (2). Make sure you have at least 80MB of free disk space in the location you select. If you want to leave the bundle on the computer, saving it to the Desktop is a good choice. If you want to move it to a different computer or limit the traces you leave behind, save it to a USB disk. Click Install (3) Wait until the installer finishes.
100 Time-Saving Search Engines for Serious Scholars While burying yourself in the stacks at the library is one way to get some serious research done, with today’s technology you can do quite a bit of useful searching before you ever set foot inside a library. Undergraduates and grad students alike will appreciate the usefulness of these search engines that allow them to find books, journal articles and even primary source material for whatever kind of research they’re working on and that return only serious, academic results so time isn’t wasted on unprofessional resources. Note: Visit our updated list for the latest in academic search engines.
About Mozilla Learn more about our projects, products and principles designed to help people take control and explore the full potential of their lives online. Play video The Mozilla mission What drives us and makes us different Career center Want to work at Mozilla? Apply today! Google in 'new approach' on China 29 June 2010Last updated at 08:56 The new landing page offers a link to unfiltered results Google has announced a "new approach" in China as it battles with Beijing over censorship. Until recently, the firm had been redirecting search inquiries in China to its unfiltered site in Hong Kong to get round censorship issues. Google has said it will now stop this after Beijing warned it could lose its licence to operate in the country. Users will instead be directed to a "landing page" on its Chinese site with a link to access the Hong Kong page.
gbrainy gbrainy is a brain teaser game and trainer to have fun and to keep your brain trained. It provides the following types of games: Logic puzzles. Adblock Plus and (a little) more: Cracking Facebook’s new Atlas tracking. Cracking Facebook’s new Atlas tracking · 2014-10-01 16:07 by Ben Williams Turning the people of social media into “people-based marketing”? On Monday, the industry rumors came true and Facebook relaunched Atlas. Atlas is an ad platform that Facebook purchased from Microsoft last year, and it allows advertisers to track ad effectiveness across devices for users around the globe. After that they can buy ads on sites and apps outside Facebook based on Facebook’s targeting info.