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درس موسيقى تعمل بمجرد فتح المدونة Dezembro 29, 2007

Filed under: Blogging,Music,Technology — looking4good @ 11:23 pm
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

بناءًا على طلب العديد من زوار مدونتي معرفة كيفية عمل هذه الاضافة لمدوناتهم
قمت بعمل الشرح التالي

و هو شرح بالفلاش

و قد تطلب الكثير من الوقت و الجهد

لذا لا تنسونا من صالح دعائكم

يمكنكم التحميل بالضغط هنا

====معلومات هامة====

لازم تتبع الخطوات بالضبط و من غير تعديل عشان تظبط معالك الاضافة

الاضافة شغالة على الانترنت اكسبلورر و النتسكاب و النسخ القديمة من الفايرفوكس لكن النسخة الجديدة منه فهي مش بتظبط معاه كويس

الاضافة دي ممكن تشتغل على انواع ملفات تانية زي الام بي ثري و الويف لكن برامج الداونلود هتتعرف عليها و تنزلها فبالتالي مش هتشتغل في الموقع (عرفت ليه لازم تكون ميدي؟؟) لذا وجب التنبيه

أي موقع رفع تاني غير الارشيف مش هتشتغل معاه الاضافة الا اذا كان ليك موقع على النت فممكن ترفع عليه الملف

حاول قدر الامكان انك تقل “البت ريت” بتاعة الملف الصوتي عشان ميكونش حجمه كبير الامر اللي هيأثر سلباً في سرعة تشغيل مدونتك

و لكم مني فائق الاحترام؛

====English Hint====

It is a Flash Tutorial helping you to ad a background sound to your blogs,

It’s in Arabic but it is done on English version of Microsoft Windows. So, u’ll be able to understand it…

peace be upon you…

Anúncios
 

Revista "TIME" homenajea a internet. Novembro 23, 2007

Filed under: Technology — looking4good @ 2:27 pm
“Time” hace así un homenaje a millones de ciudadanos anónimos.
“Tú” has sido elegido como persona del año por la revista estadounidense “Time“, en un homenaje a millones de ciudadanos anónimos… por su influencia en la era global de la información como usuarios de internet.
El nombre del ganador del galardón de 2006, “You” en el inglés original, es revelado hoy en la página web del semanario, en la que destaca la importancia de los internautas en “fundar y estructurar la nueva democracia digital”.
Es un clásico de la prensa mundial. Cada diciembre, la revista estadounidense Time pone en su tapa a la persona más influyente del año terminado. Pero esta vez lo curioso es que el personaje no es uno, sino una comunidad formada por millones de personas: la de los usuarios de Internet.
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Con la imagen de una computadora donde la pantalla fue reemplazada por un espejo y la palabra usted, la revista que saldrá a la venta hoy asegura que la persona del año “es usted. Usted controla la era de la información.
Bienvenido a su mundo”.
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La revista se refiere a los sitios cuyo contenido es alimentado por los usuarios, como YouTube o Wikipedia. Es una historia de comunidad y colaboración jamás vista, asegura la revista Time.
Info: http://www.clarin.com_ Info:http://www.20minutos.es Info:http://www.time.com__
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Yo le quiero agregar aunque esté incluído por ser usuarios de internet, a la comunidad del Blog.
Con más de 100.000.000 de blogs en todo el mundo, donde seres de todas partes comparten en internet, interactuando en el momento… sus penas y alegrías en escritos maravillosos; donde se refleja la pena que produce la guerra, la incomprensión de algunas religiones con la mujer… llevada a extremos inimaginables. Casamientos y alegrías ante el nacimiento de un niño.
La tristeza ante el descubrimiento de una enfermedad y el alivio al saberse curado…
En fin… nunca estuvo tan, pero tan magnificamente expresada y retratada… la vida misma y en tiempo real… para el mundo entero.
Es mi opinión… Bsss. a todos.
 

OpenID – One ID on the net Outubro 20, 2007

Filed under: Technology — looking4good @ 9:03 pm

Wouldn’t it be great if you could use the same account to log in to multiple sites and applications, without having to trust them all with your password? Wouldn’t it be even better if you could do this without having to hand ownership of your online identity over to some monolithic third party? (I’m looking at you, .NET Passport Microsoft Passport Windows Live ID.)

The good news is, you can! OpenID is a decentralised authentication system invented by LiveJournal but now being developed as an open standard under the careful mentorship of the Apache Software Foundation. Anyone can create an OpenID, and the number of sites which let you log in with one is growing by the day.

An OpenID is simply a URL. My OpenID is ameer1234567890.myopenid.com. I can use it to sign in to any site that supports OpenID, and because I’m the only person with control over my OpenID I’m the only person who can use that identity.

If you want your own OpenID (and you should), here’s how to get one.

OpenID is decentralised, which means that anyone can set themselves up as an OpenID provider. You can run your own server if you want to (phpMyID is one way of doing that) but there are a number of free services that will host an ID for you. Those include:

1. LiveJournal. They invented it, and if you have a LiveJournal account you already have an OpenID—it’s the URL of your journal.

2. WordPress.  If you have a WordPress account you already have an OpenID—it’s the URL of your blog.

3. Vox—Six Apart’s sexy new social network thang.

4. VeriSign Labs, who have done some excellent work around OpenID and run a provider as part of their Personal Identity Provider service.

5. MyOpenID, run by JanRain, authors of the most widely used OpenID libraries. I’m ameer1234567890.myopenid.com.

So all the OpenSource lovers out there, OpenID is just like and open source ID system which can be widely used all over the net. It can minimise the risk abuse with your ID and provide an easy and ever waiting solution for people who hates to register at each and evry website they visit.

Related Links:
# OpenID.Net
# MyOpenID
# Directory of OpenID supported sites
# OpenID Providers
# OpenID Directory
# OpenID Site Directory
# Dont laugh over this picture

Posted by:

Name: Ameer

Country: Maldives

 

Fighting Spam Setembro 25, 2007

Filed under: Technology — looking4good @ 12:20 am

What is spam?
The term “spam” refers to unsolicited commercial e-mail or unsolicited bulk e-mail, i.e. e-mail that you did not request. Most often spam contains advertisements for dubious services or products.

Why am I getting spam?
Is your e-mail address on any Web pages? Do you post to public newsgroups? Did you fill out online forms on dubious sites? Or did you correspond with companies you know nothing about via e-mail? If the answer to any of these questions is “Yes”, you are the likely receiver of SPAM.

Common types of spam
The most commonly seen spam includes the following:
• Chain letters
• Pyramid schemes
• Multilevel marketing
• “Make Money Fast” schemes
• Foreign bank scams
• Offers of phone sex lines and ads for pornographic web sites
• Illegally pirated software
According to a poll conducted and released by Harris Interactive, 80percent of users say they find spam very annoying, a huge increase from the 49percent who felt that way two and a half years ago. Strong support for a legal spam ban crosses gender, color, ethnic and political party lines.

How spammers operate?
Unlike junk paper mail, e-mail spam costs the sender very little to send; almost all of the costs are paid by the recipient and the carriers, because the spammer does not have to pay for the entire Internet bandwidth tied up in the delivery of the spam. Because they have no incentive to be efficient in their mass e-mailing, spammers usually don’t put much effort into verifying e-mail addresses. They use automatic programs called bots to scour the Web and Usenet newsgroups, collecting addresses, or buy them in bulk from other companies.
One of most common tricks used by spammers is to relay messages through the e-mail server of an innocent third party. This tactic doubles the damages: both the receiving system and the innocent relay system are flooded with spam. And for any mail that gets through, often the flood of complaints goes back to the innocent site because it was made to look like the origin of the spam. Many spammers send their spam from a free account from a large ISP such as AOL, Yahoo!, or Hotmail, then abandon the account and open a new one to use for the next assault. Another common trick that spammers use is to forge the headers of messages, making it appear as though the message originated elsewhere. This is called spoofed e-mail. There are some pieces of information in the full headers that the spammer cannot forge, but even after technical investigation into the source of the message, most often the resulting information leads to a dead end.

Why is spam so bad, after all?
• It’s almost free for the spammer to send it. Spam is unique in that the receiver pays so much more for it than the sender does. For example, AOL has said that they were receiving 1.8 million spam mails from Cyber Promotions per day until they got a court injunction to stop it. Assuming that it takes the typical AOL user only 10 seconds to identify and discard a message, that’s still 5,000 hours per day of connect time per day spent discarding their spam, just on AOL. No other kind of advertising costs the advertiser so little and the recipient so much.
• Generates problems. Many spam messages say “please send a REMOVE message to get off our list.” At the moment, most of us only get a few spam mails per day. But if only one thousandth of the Internet users decided to send out spam at a moderate rate of 100,000 per day (easily achievable with a dial-up account and a PC): everyone would receive100 spam mails every day. If spam grows, it will crowd our mailboxes to the point that they’re not useful for real mail.
• Consuming resources. An increasing number of spammers send most or all of their mail via innocent intermediate systems, to avoid blocks that many systems have placed against mail coming directly from the spammers’ systems. Many other spammers use “hit and run” spamming: they get a trial dial-up account at an Internet provider for a few days, send thousands of messages, and then abandon the account. The unsuspecting provider has to waste staff time for cleanup and monitoring their trial accounts for abuse.
• Rubbish, rubbish, rubbish. The spam messages have almost without exception advertised stuff that’s worthless, deceptive, and partly or entirely fraudulent: spam software, funky miracle cures, off-brand computer parts, vaguely described get rich quick schemes, dial-a-porn, and so on.
• You can get yourself into trouble. Some kinds of spam are illegal in some countries on the Internet. Especially with pornography, mere possession of such material can be enough to put the recipient in jail.

What to do?
Spam has increasingly become a problem on the Internet. Unfortunately, most countries around the world currently have no adequate laws or regulations to control it. It is a very frustrating situation for users as well as for technical support personnel. It is a basic fact of Internet life that if you use the Internet, you will get unsolicited e-mail.

Tips to reduce SPAM
• Avoid posting your e-mail address online.
• Don’t list your e-mail address directly on a Web page
• Don’t use e-mail addresses that are easy to guess.
• Never respond to spam.
• Block unwanted e-mails from a specific spammer using filters inside your e-mail program.
• Pay attention when filling out online forms and disable the checkbox (usually enabled by default).
• Before you sign up to a data website, find out about that site’s privacy policy.
• Use spam blacklists available on the internet.
• Sue the spammers: AOL has won almost $7 Million in a spam case.
• Switch to an internet provider offering spam filtering.

Did you know that…
• In the workplace, research company Gartner estimates that roughly 25 percent to 35 percent of a company’s total mail volume consists of spam.
• Spam is costing $8.9billion to U.S. corporations, $2.5 billion for European businesses and another $500 million for U.S. and European service providers, according to a study by Ferris Research. Figuring it takes 4.4 seconds on average to deal with a message, the messages add up to $4 billion in lost productivity for U.S. businesses each year. Another $3.7 billion comes from companies having to buy more powerful servers and more bandwidth as well as divert staff time. There is attributable to companies providing help-desk support to annoyed users.

Posted by:
Name: Ameer
Country: Maldives

 

World united bloggers Setembro 6, 2007

Filed under: Technology — looking4good @ 12:16 pm

I made the room his name is world united bloggers i made it in inspeak the site forthis program to dawnlod it http://www.inspeak.com dawnlod the progaram ,create a new account on this progam and finally click on chat ,findroom, write the name of room and click search for any help ask me
Thanks for all
postedby:dodysokara
egypt
 

CUIDADO CON LAS ESTAFAS / (TAKEN CARE) WITH THE SWINDLES Agosto 30, 2007

Filed under: Technology — looking4good @ 8:46 pm

Es la tercera vez, que recibo este mensaje, es un mensaje que te habla de una persona enferma de cancer, y que dice que te va a dar dinero para que tu lo des a las ONG en su nombre, cuidado que es una estafa, te solicita información de primera mano y según e investigado en internet luego hacen chantajes de todo tipo, así que denuncienlo en sus cuentas de correo como spam o suplantación de identidad. Utiliza varios nombres y distintas cuentas de correo pero el mensaje es el mismo que este….

It is the third time, which I receive this message, it is a message that one speaks to you about a person sick with cancer, and that says that is going to give you money in order that your des to the ONG in his(its) name, taken care that it(he,she) is one defrauds, requests information of you first hand and as(according to) and investigated in Internet then they do blackmails of all kinds, so denounce it in his(its,her) bills of mail since(as,like) spam or supplanting identity. It(he,she) uses different names and different post office but the message is the same…

I am khalid mahmoud, A Bahrain national I have been diagnosed with Oesophageal cancer .It has defiled all forms of medical treatment, and right now I have only about a few months to live.I am very rich,but was never generous, I have given most of my assets to my immediate family members. I have decided to give alms to charity organizations.I cannot do this myself anymore because of my health.I once asked members of my family to give some money to charity organizations,they refused and kept the money.I have a huge cash deposit of Eighteen Million dollars with a finance House abroad. I will want you to help me collect this deposit and dispatch it to charity organizations.You will take out 20% of this funds for your assistance.DO REPLY ME VIA MY PRIVATE EMAIL(khalidmahmoudx@yahoo.com.hk) TO ASSIST ME.

 

DIVX Agosto 27, 2007

Filed under: Technology — looking4good @ 7:53 pm