When it comes to getting information nowadays, the Internet seems to be everyone’s primary source. There’s nothing wrong with that. After all, it is 2012. While encyclopedias now appear to be a thing of the past, everyone seems to turn to the World Wide Web as a digital supplier, an ever-spewing funnel, of news and knowledge. Nevertheless, there are things that can hinder that particular funnel in terms of being appealing and captivating when it comes to some websites.
Internet Explorer (IE) used to be the top dog of browsers back in the day. It was so much better than what AOL had to offer, and hey, it came pre-installed on every new PC! The little blue “e” was how you got to the Internet. Then slowly, but surely, folks wised up, and other browsers such as Opera, Firefox and Chrome emerged with better interfaces, better features and a lot less freezing. Plus the other guys don’t have nearly as many security holes. IE is like Swiss cheese.
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It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that social media has practically revolutionized the way people communicate with one another. What began with simple rotary dial telephones has now evolved into something of an Internet insurrection. As someone who generally rejects the latest in technological crazes and fads, I’m not ashamed to say that I fought off joining Facebook, held off on signing up for Twitter, avoided Linkedin at all costs, and flat out declined membership with Pinterest.
Global hosting provider HostDime.com, Inc. and security solutions provider Comodo have recently announced a new SSL Certificate initiative that will allow existing HostDime customers to receive a free 1-year Comodo SSL certificate. The Comodo SSL features highest industry standard 256-bit encryption, 99.9% browser recognition, unlimited server licensing and an industry-leading $250,000 warranty. The Comodo SSL certificate also includes a dynamic Comodo Trust Logo which displays the authenticity of the website and corresponding warranty information providing confidence to website visitors.
Being industrious seems to be a virtual prerequisite in every businessperson’s life. Sometimes having a high octane job simply comes with the territory. While some corporate executives and go-getters are able to successfully balance a hectic work life with time at home, others merely cannot. Perchance there’s an explanation for that. Children can get in the way. The spouse requires attention. Dinner has to be cooked, and there’s laundry to be done. All of this could be just as tedious as a taxing business meeting. However, with modern day advances in technology, some household duties have become a bit easier to manage.
Addiction, a word defined as a compulsive need for and use of a habit-forming substance characterized by tolerance and by well-defined physiological symptoms upon withdrawal, can also apply to social media. Yes, you heard it here. Don’t ask me if this theory has been proven or if this study is making headlines. Just go with me on this, okay? You see, I know about addiction – not because I’ve ever been high on angel dust or strung out on my mother’s signature corn casserole. No, I know about dependence and compulsion because just last month I found myself with an obsession of sizeable proportions – Facebook.