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Feb 21 2012

Rant: It’s all about who wants to control the Internet

I was reading an article from the Wall Street Journal and I just had to stop… It infuriates me to read these articles… The Internet is so powerful a tool for knowledge and business and innovation; and changing so much everyday because of the openness of it; sharing ideas and information— it’s awesome, but then …

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Jun 03 2011

Android is the most popular Smartphone operating system, but where is Microsoft?

Comscore is a good place to get some information on who is and who isn’t winning in the Smartphone market. With the latest figures, you can see that Apple has jumped a bit to take second in the great race to rule the roost for Smartphones. What’s interesting to me is that Android and Apple …

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Feb 26 2011

Google Picasa Drops Some Storage Limitations

In a move that’s really going to help bloggers and regular users alike, Google Picasa has dropped the space restrictions on how much you can store on Google Picasa Web Albums. For any bloggers that are using blogger knows that all the images uploaded to BLOGGER are stored with Google Picasa. Some would say this …

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Jan 29 2011

LEHSYS Download Watch – 01/29/2011

These are some items that I notice, like to keep an eye on and also to notate any new programs/software that could be useful. I offer this as some links you should be curious about and if they can help you. Besides the regular updates to web browsers, like Opera, Chrome and Firefox. This post …

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Dec 07 2010

Can You Handle Digsby with Ads?

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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Sep 13 2010

New Zemanta Plug-in Crashes/Breaks Windows Live Writer 2011

I’ve been attempting to use the Zemanta in Windows Live Writer for the past couple of weeks and everything seems be going fairly okay, but recently I’ve been experiencing problems with Zemanta. Zemanta provides a plug-in for Windows live writer to assist the blog author in the composition of their new post. It offers suggestive, …

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May 24 2010

Ubuntu 10.04: Installing Adobe Flash Refined

The previous version of Ubuntu was plagued by the issue of not being compatible with Adobe Flash right out of the box. Let me rephrase that, it had plenty of issues where people couldn’t install Adobe Flash and use it on Ubuntu. And I didn’t see it as a flaw of Ubuntu solely, but it …

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Mar 12 2010

Making Mozilla Thunderbird Slender and Perfect

Mozilla Thunderbird is not one of the applications that I would consider outstanding from a vanilla installation. What make Thunderbird exceptional is its ability to have extensions; to make the program be more than what it is. To have functions that it wouldn’t normally have… This is where you can think of third-party providers for …

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Sep 15 2009

Social browsing for September 15th

Here’s some stuff I’ve been looking at… Liked Who else is beyond sick of receiving the paper phone books every year?. A status update per day is good enough for any Twittering fool… so that makes me. [lehenryjr] RE: @lehsys It’s crazy what the Internet Service Providers are doing and what they are selling ; …

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