Tag Archive: Advertisements

Jan 13 2011

AT&T loses exclusivity to the iPhone, so it lies about being 4G

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In a move that can only be described as ‘dickish’ AT&T has started running advertisements about their network is going to be 4G. this is nothing more than a ploy to try to soothe current iPhone users over concerns of network performance with the iPhone. The simple fact is that AT&T does not have a …

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Dec 29 2010

LEHSYS Report – December 2010

It’s been a few months since my ‘monthly’ reports on the site. I decided that reporting monthly on the progress of my mistakes, and of the site, was excessive for any innocent visitor to bare; so I stopped and decided to do a quarterly one [every 3 months]. 2010 was a successful year for LEHSYS. …

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Dec 07 2010

Can You Handle Digsby with Ads?

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A couple of days ago Digsby posted a blog update about their ongoing struggles with programming, but also to slightly push the box a bit with adding ads at the bottom of the Instant Messenger Windows; not the buddy list. The advertisements are optional— yes, I said optional. And how they’re doing this, I believe …

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Nov 15 2010

Protecting DVD and Blu-Ray Discs

The task of copying a DVD is still a lost art on some folks and there’s plenty of documentation and applications that can make backup copies of DVD’s, but I’m not writing this for any malicious reasons, this is for parents; parents of small kids. Or ‘big kids’ that watch a lot of movies. The …

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Sep 09 2010

Google Instant Search = More money for Google

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I have to admit, that since Google instant search has been released, it’s somewhat of a revelation. If you’re accustomed to sitting in a room with no light, and only a candle; you’ll consider this as the status quo. But if you take someone who’s not accustomed to it, and has an open mind to …

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Sep 05 2010

CraigsList gets CENSORED Section

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Whether you agree or disagree with prostitution or human trafficking, and regardless of the fact, I think what the media and the Justice Department is doing to craigslist is wrong. And if the police were so concerned with the amount of illegal activity being ran through craigslist, instead of helping to shut it down, perhaps …

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Aug 30 2010

As Customers Wait: Netflix for Android

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An official Netflix application is in route to AnDroid devices.  Yes- It’s coming… When is this going happen, but with any hard thought, hasn’t been decided yet. With the Apple suite of mobile devices nicely dressed for show, Netflix is snapping on the scope, and dropping the view finder, on AnDroid, next. There’s no mention …

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Jul 26 2010

Review: SALT–DVD Worthy

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Like a lot of other people, I was out this weekend and went to grab a movie. I chose to go check out the new movie from Angelina Jolie. The advertisements weren’t bad, the action looked good and the comments were that it was as good or better then the Bourne Identity… The basis of …

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Jun 11 2010

Chattanooga’s EPB Fiber Internet 150mb

Chattanooga now has one of the fastest fiber connections in the United States. As a person that’s from Chattanooga, I can tell you that this fiber Internet service offered by EPB is sorely needed. Vendors like Charter, AT&T and Comcast have had a strangle hold on that town forever. Comcast has been increasing their rates …

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Jun 01 2010

The Break-up: Google Dumps Microsoft

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In a stunning move by Google this week, they’ve decided to replace Microsoft as the primary Operating System for the company. Almost on cue with another story I recently posted, but Microsoft losing it’s influence in the market; Google is on a mission to drive Microsoft in to the proverbial ground. And what better way …

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