Friday, May 11, 2012

Perhaps this blog is ready for a new direction.

Sometimes SEO is everything, and content is next:
Gee, when I view that image upload in HTML is looks like a lot of code. I recently attended a wedding so sharing this photo (from the 1st orthodox wedding I attended) seemed like a nice idea.

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Paul Krugman Thinks Obama’s Still Screwing Up | TPMDC

Paul Krugman Thinks Obama’s Still Screwing Up | TPMDC: "stimulative measures he took were precisely what the country needed, and as a result America is on the mend — is based on a gamble that the economy will be in a steady recovery come Election Day. But if outside factors diminish the outlook, it will leave voters with the impression that Obama’s approach itself was the problem, rather than the vigorous Republican resistance that forced him to scale back his ambitions.

“What they should be saying is, ‘We have the right ideas and we’re pursuing them as far as we can given the opposition from Republicans,’ which would be more or less the true narrative,” Krugman said. “They have decided that it sounds like weakness to say that we haven’t been doing everything that we should be doing."

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Important Precautions to Take When Buying a Domain Name (

Important Precautions to Take When Buying a Domain Name ( "eceived a message from a visitor to telling me about how he checked for the availability of a domain name, found it unregistered, only to lose it to someone else before he was able to buy it at a later date. This article deals with some of the unsavoury practices that go on in the world of domain names and the precautions that you can take to avoid being victimised.

Domain Name Front Running and Unscrupulous Domain Registrars
What is Domain Name Front Running?"

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OpenDNS - Cloud Internet Security Management

OpenDNS - Cloud Internet Security Management: "No latency and no bandwidth bottlenecks

OpenDNS operates at the DNS layer so there is no latency added to your Internet transaction. In addition, OpenDNS can scale to handle your growth in bandwidth usage without the need to upgrade or increase service usage amounts. Our service will never be the bottleneck on your network ensuring that your users can access the Internet resources they need while remaining protected."

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Security and Protection for Managed DNS Solutions | UltraDNS

Security and Protection for Managed DNS Solutions | UltraDNS: "DDoS Mitigation
Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are not only becoming more frequent, they’re also larger and more complex. With proprietary technologies and the hands-on expertise of our SOC, UltraDNS defends your DNS from attacks. To complete your cyber defenses we offer SiteProtect, an on-demand service which defuses attacks in our cloud-based network of scrubbing centers, leaving only clean Internet traffic flowing to your Web infrastructure. Learn More.

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DDoS Attack Security and Protection Packages | UltraDNS

DDoS Attack Security and Protection Packages | UltraDNS: "UltraDNS + SiteProtect

All the features of SiteProtect, plus protects your DNS from attacks
Physical network considerations – capacity, redundancy, physical access restrictions
Basic network defenses: firewall, intrusion detection and router-based filtering
Proprietary system for DNS processing

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DNS Root Servers

DNS Root Servers: "Hi,

Perhaps you could add my name to the perpetually perplexed regarding DNS issues in general. While I have learned much while struggling to simply have “easily resolvable” websites that are not prone to all sorts of malicious attacks, there are still so many issues that still need clarification.

I finally began to believe that perhaps “owning or leasing” one’s own “static” IP’s is no longer the answer for the issue of creating name servers for my own use and the use of future clients that I would like to host."

'via Blog this' Site Info Site Info: "Statistics Summary for is ranked #42,385 in the world according to the three-month Alexa traffic rankings. Very few visits to the site are referred by search engines. Relative to the overall population of internet users, this site's audience tends to be less affluent; they are also disproportionately childless men under the age of 35 who browse from work. About 21% of visits to are bounces (one pageview only), and visitors to the site view 3.9 unique pages each day on average"

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