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  A completely new approach to surveillance - should you be worried?


Paranoia is not necessarily a bad thing - assuming someone is really out there to get you. True or not, the paranoid have had issues they need to control explode as the internet developed, they also got specific tools to make their secrets (or their life, not everybody has a dark secret) more secure and under control. Unfortunately to them, and to the amazement of science and science fiction fans worldwide, a new way of obtaining secrets has appeared and it’s something very few expected. ...

   security     2014-08-11 05:41:58


  Redirect to SMB - MS SharePoint Server 2010; Microsoft Security Flaw Discovered


We all are aware of the fact that Microsoft rules the world when it comes to operating systems in PCs and laptops, however; there are still occasions where security issues are passed over.  These unpleasant instances are discovered usually by the in-house engineers – but surprisingly a third party discovered a flaw recently. These are the security firms who are always looking out to streamline any of the gaps involving the integrity of information carried through these operating syste...

   MS SharePoint Server 2010, Microsoft Security     2015-04-27 09:48:14


  Convert printed document into electronic document


首先你得先把这些打印稿或文件通过扫描仪扫到电脑上去,一般单位都有扫描仪,如果没有也没关系,用数码相机拍也行,拍成图片放到WORD里面去,不过在些 之前,你还得装一下WORD自带的组件,03和07的都行。点开始-程序-控制面板-添加/删除程序,找到Office-修改 找到Microsoft Office Document Imaging 这个组件,Microsoft Office Document Imaging Writer 点在本机上运行,安装就可以了。 ...

   Printed document,Electronic document,Con     2011-07-23 23:19:42


  Why do C++ folks make things so complicated?


This morning Miroslav Bajtoš asked “Why do C++ folks make things so complicated?” in response to my article on regular expressions in C++. Other people asked similar questions yesterday. My response has two parts: Why I believe C++ libraries are often complicated.Why I don’t think it has to be that way. Why would someone be using C++ in the first place? Most likely because they need performance or fine-grained control that they cannot get somewhere else. A Ruby programmer, for example, ...

   C++,Complicated,C++ PRogrammer,Design pattern     2011-12-31 15:45:39


  Use of @font-face


Almost all web browsers(including the dinosaur browser IE6) support the web font property @font-face. Its usage is: @font-face { font-family: 'MyWebFont'; src: url('webfont.eot'); /* IE9 Compat Modes */ src: url('webfont.eot?#iefix') format('embedded-opentype'), /* IE6-IE8 */ url('webfont.woff') format('woff'), /* Modern Browsers */ url('webfont.ttf') format('truetype'), /* Safari, Android, iOS */ url('webfont.svg#svgFontName') format('svg'); /* Legacy iOS */ } Now we...

   CSS,@font-face     2014-06-08 07:17:34


  Is programmer really profession for youth only?


- dedicated to the new programmers just into the workplace.

One young Chinese friend asked me: is programmer meant only for less experienced youth? Should I consider transition once if I work on it until 30 years old?

   Programmer,Youth,Product,Project,Career,Analysis     2012-03-18 07:06:44


  Why developers need a Mac


I am by no means an Apple fan. For one thing, I find Windows (and Linux) stable and fast, so you are not going to hear me argue that my computing life was transformed once I made that Switch (with a capital letter). Admittedly that is partly because I am familiar with how to fix and tune Windows and remove foistware, but it is not that hard. For another, I am not an admirer of Apple’s secretive approach, or the fact that most requests for comment from journalists are responded to with s...

   Apple,Mac,Development,iOS,Windows     2011-12-07 03:12:17


  Sequencing the Startup DNA on LinkedIn


What makes entrepreneurs different, and where do they come from? Are they born or taught? Are they unusually mobile in their careers? Does geography play a role? Do mentors and relationships matter?Numerous studies explore these questions by surveying hundreds of entrepreneurs. At LinkedIn, we take a different approach, on a different scale. By sifting through more than 120 million public profiles, we can analyze tens of thousands of startup founders’ [1]profiles – and find common threa...

   Startup,Linkedin,Experience,Tips,DNA,Seq     2011-09-07 10:38:58


  Google Dart? Don’t bet against JavaScript


Procotols, programming languages and operating systems all compete in a constantly evolving software ecosystem. Out of that ecosystem only a few technologies truly have staying power and survive over the long term. An example? How about Ethernet? It’s been a survivor over the last thirty years despite existing in a constantly changing landscape that’s been populated with many worthy competitors. Ethernet’s grasp has be...

   Google Dart,JavaScript,Comparison,Future     2011-12-06 09:49:39


  Top 10 Reasons to Use HTML5 Right Now


So you’re still not using HTML5, huh? I guess you probably have your reasons; it’s not fully adopted yet, it doesn’t work in IE, you don’t like users, you’re out of touch or you are just passionately in love with writing strict XHTML code. HTML5 is the revolution that the web needed and the fact is, it is the future whether you like it or not — suck it up and deal. HTML5 isn’t hard to use or understand and even though it’s not fully adopted yet, there are still plenty of r...

   HTML5,Accessibility,Cross browser compatibility     2011-12-08 02:52:38