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A week after Digg.com was reborn – it’s on death row

Now that I have had a full week of the new Digg, I have formed my opinion of the newly revamped site. It has a LONG way to go. Digg was purchased for $500k and then it was announced the site was going to be completely rewritten in 6 weeks, but it actually jump started …

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Digsby is going to be open sourced…

Digsby has been a favorite IM app of mine for a long time, since tagged acquired Digsby, the updates for Digsby have been coming out pretty slow. The blog updates for Digsby have been curiously sparse, and in my last update for Digsby it seems that the Digsby development team was just about to abandon …

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Customizing: Cool updates to WordPress 3.4

When I turned on my computer this morning to check out the news and to see what’s new on the Internet, one of those things to do is to drop by my website and make sure everything is okay. When I login to LEHSYS I noticed that there was updates to WordPress; there was an …

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Facebook Pushes Virus Protection A Little More

Back in early January, Facebook must’ve been listening to me. I published a blog post about the insecurity of Facebook. In that post, I talked about how Facebook takes advantage of their members by exposing them to games and applications that could be potentially stealing their personal and private information and using it for other …

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Digsby is bleeding a slow death thanks to Tagged.com

Trying to stay connected in the world technology is difficult because not all the services have a standard protocol for instant messaging, they all think their protocols are better than the others; you’re left with trying to make services like Microsoft, jabber, AOL, ICQ and Yahoo— trying to get all those instant messaging services to …

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LEHSYS Report – December 2011

This year has been outstanding for LEHSYS; better than any other. I’ve taken a few days off from writing because of the holidays season, but I’m sure some of you’ll understand, but I plan on getting back to the nuts and bolts of things here soon. It’s important to make an attempt spend some offline …

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2012: Windows Live Writer Top 10 Plug-ins – Most Useful

Windows Live Writer is a fantastic offline blogging tool with a WYSIWYG editor. It interfaces with just about any blog service [Blogger, LiveJournal, TypePad, WordPress, etc.] If you’re a blogger you’ll find this tool incredibly helpful- and it’s refreshingly free from Microsoft. A large number of bloggers use Windows and use Windows Live Writer to …

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Adobe releases a 64 bit version of Flash- as Flash is going out…

I was checking out the blog for Adobe and… oh, wha-la! I saw this… http://blogs.adobe.com/flashplayer/2011/10/adobe-flash-player-11-air-11-available-later-today.html I was looking at this and thinking; oh, good. Just as Adobe Flash is about to go the way of the dodo bird. With everything moving in the direction of HTML5, it makes perfect sense for Adobe to keep pushing …

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Blogger releases ‘Dynamic Views’

Some people may have already taken interest in the new looks over at blogger. Blogger is trying out a new set of templates; they call them dynamic views. Consider them things that you can change on the fly to suit your personal preference. Dynamic views from blogger was launched yesterday. Blogger reports this as having …

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The Rebirth of Delicious.com – and in Stacks

Delicious.com is one of those bookmarking websites that you find incredibly useful, keeping your bookmarks online with a website like this is much more convenient than trying to keep all of your bookmarks in a web browser, but there really needs to be more to a bookmarking service… and when the YouTube founders Chad Hurley …

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