XIII is a pretty big number. Maybe it’s just me, but I noticed that the quality of many items tends to decline after the thirteenth version; I’m thinking in particular of the vast difference in quality between Final Fantasy XII and Final Fantasy XIII, or Tom Clancy books. But Evolve Systems promises that Post-Lunch Links Coma will just keep getting better and more informative!
So here are some interesting links for you to peruse this December afternoon!
Heard of the WikiLeaks scandal but haven’t had much time to invest in finding out what happened? Search Engine Journal has a brief article talking about what happened over the past week and a half.
Reports by Reuters, as well as just about every other news groups paying attention today, stated a slew of websites were “attacked” by a group that went under the name “anonymous.” Anonymous is a group that has been communicating on forums, social networking sites (primarily Twitter), and IRCs about the clamp-downs on Wikileaks, both from governments and corporations. Anonymous isn’t just a group of concerned citizens, however. They’re hackers — or, if you prefer, “hacktivists.” Anonymous vocally took responsibility for the cyber attacks.
Duplicate content. It happens. When websites have dozens of pages and subpages, duplicate content is bound to sneak in. But it’s important to remove duplicate content for search engine purposes. Google and others will think that you are trying to cheat the system by including the same content multiple times. If you don’t have the money in your budget to hire a dependable content writer or person to manage your website, then check out this link on Search Engine Guide for 6 ways to remove duplicate content from your website.
If you haven’t heard, Evolve Systems is now offering its own hot sauce called…drum roll please…Scovillainous Hot Sauce! This is some good stuff. We are still on the lookout for unique hot sauces to try…such as this one: BACON HOT SAUCE!! But if hot sauce is not your thing, take a look at these Unexpected Mail Order Gifts.
Finally, did you know it’s entirely possible to have your wallet electronically pick-pocketed? If your credit card comes with an RFID chip, a hacker with a laptop can walk up to you and steal all of your information. Hide your wallets, hide your credit cards, they be stealing all your information! Check out this news report for more information: Electronic Pick-pocketing.
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