Archive for January, 2012
Bloomberg revealed a few details about Apple’s upcoming iPad 3 tablet. According to the publication’s sources, the manufacturing partners of Apple in Asia have already started production this month and will reach full volume in February. The iPad 3 will be seeing a March release said the report.
You go around waving your limbs while dancing virtually to a Justine Bieber or Nicki Minaj song = Embarassing
Finally, untethered jailbreak for A5 devices! Kudos to the Chronic Dev Team for this!
A flowchart illustration by artist Wendy MacNaughton about a very important life lesson: things happen.
via 20 x 200
Many websites today around the world are blacked out to protest against the proposed U.S. legislation that threatens internet freedom: the Stop Internet Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect IP Act (PIPA). As a sign of my support, I have placed a black ribbon at the top right portion of my site.
Let us not allow corporate interests censor the Internet!
Please watch the video above to learn how this legislation will affect internet freedom, then click any of the appropriate link below to take action:
Do you have a strong password – a really strong password? Cybersecurity has become very important nowadays as numerous accounts are being hacked on a daily basis due to very weak passwords. Keeping your online accounts safe by having a strong password is one thing, another is keeping it safe. It won’t save you if it gets stolen. So, we must always be vigilant and never ever recycle passwords. Below is an infographic from Killer Infographics that gives us very useful tips on how to keep your data secure online.
Attention students! You’re going to have to source your essays from actual books and articles as of Wednesday – Wikipedia is going dark in protest of SOPA (the Stop Online Piracy Act), according to co-founder Jimmy Wales. Wales made the announcement via Twitter.
For the love of books and all the bookworms out there.
As 2011 comes to a close Buzzfeed compiled 45 of the most powerful images of 2011. I’ve added 2 more pictures from events that happened in the Philippines on the list that I think should be included. Please see the images below:
1. Robert Peraza, who lost his son Robert David Peraza in 9/11, pauses at his son’s name at the North Pool of the 9/11 Memorial. (Getty Images / Justin Lane)