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Wednesday, May 29, 2024

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Shelley Lowery’s Latest Etips: Article Profits

The latest issue of Shelley Lowrey’s Etips Newsletter features a new article on profiting with articles. [Read more]  [Read more]

Japan Phisher Gets Suspended Sentence

Kazuma Yabano, a Japan Phisher who created Yahoo! Japan site, gets suspended sentence and if he stays out of trouble for four years, his 22 month prison sentence will simply go away. [Read more]  [Read more]

Ewen Chia’s New Free Service

Professional marketer Ewen Chia has created a new free service for protecting and shortening affiliate links. [Read more]  [Read more]

New Browser Flock to Launch in October

A group of programmers in Palo Alto, many of them Mozilla veterans are planning to launch a beta version of a new type of “social web browser”. [Read more]  [Read more]

Truveo has Launched Beta Video Search

Truveo, a California startup company, has launched a beta of its video search engine that analyzes visual contents of a web page instead of text content. [Read more]  [Read more]

Microsoft to Merge with AOL?

Microsoft and Time Warner are said to be exploring a variety of combinations of MSN and America Online, including a merger of the two into a new company. [Read more]  [Read more]

Google Sends Emails to Rejected Webmasters

Google is said to be sending emails to selected websites flagged for removal from the Google index explaining the reasons for their removal. [Read more]  [Read more]

Google Stock Arrived: Nasdaq Dropped 3.18

Google new shares arrived on trading market, Nasdaq dropped 3.18 points and Google closed at $302.62, 28 cents lower than its open. [Read more]  [Read more]

Keystroke Sounds Reveal Password

Professor Doug Tygar and graduate student Li Zhuang have proved that it is possible to crack passwords by listening to keystroke sounds even without direct access to the computer. [Read more]  [Read more]

US Webvertising to Reach $22.3 billion by 2009

According to market projections, U.S. internet advertising spending will reach $12.9 billion in 2005 and $22.3 billion by 2009. [Read more]  [Read more]

Cllick Fraud Case Against Major Search Engines

Lane’s gift shop of Texarkana filed a click fraud suit against major search engines including Google and Yahoo and it is to be tried in a State Court. [Read more]  [Read more]

Symantec: New Norton Ghost 10.0

Symantec has announced Norton Ghost 10.0. which will allow complete system recovery and let the user back up their entire computer on the file level. [Read more]  [Read more]