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I was raised in Altona North, a working class suburb in the west of Melbourne. My parents were hard working, but we were not ‘well off’. They both came from poor families – there was nothing to inherit. Dad started work as an apprentice moulder and rose to become Victorian branch manager of a SMB…. Read more »
Well, of course you don’t need Flash Player Pro because it’s a scam, but why are you getting these messages.
There are lots of Internet Security products available. These are my recommendations.
Not authorized to mount drives when connected to Ubuntu via RDP. Why?
New from Packt Publishing is HTML5 and CSS3 Transition, Transformation, and Animation. Recommended, but as one of the technical reviewers I might be a bit biased. http://www.packtpub.com/html5-and-css3-for-transition-transformation-animation/book From the website: Instead of wading through loads of theory, the concepts in this book are explained in a practical manner using code samples to demonstrate the new… Read more »
When is a bug, not a bug? When it is a documented feature.
I have been researching Google Chrome Enterprise management for work (I know very geek, but keep reading), when I came across a paper by the NSA (http://www.nsa.gov/ia/_files/app/Deploying_and_Securing_Google_Chrome_in_a_Windows_Enterprise.pdf) on the subject. I read through this but could not find the ‘Disable Share Web Browsing History with NSA’ setting. And Avast! alerted me that this site has… Read more »
LogMeIn Free is no more. LogMeIn just closed their Free service (http://blog.logmein.com/it-management/logmein-changes). Okay – so everybody has to eat and they need to make their money somehow, but to just close down a service with only a few days notice is a bit rude. I only used the Free service, and while their product is… Read more »
ElementsXXL adds up to 230 powerful features to Photoshop Elements for Windows that were previously only available in Photoshop.