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Where are you planning to go in 2014??

Where do you plan to go in 2014?

Check out this cool list of places, perhaps pick one, or maybe two, to visit in 2014. Have fun...travel and see the world!

http://www.businessinsider.com/where-to-travel-in-2014-2013-10


The Best Video Editing Computer

With the latest intel i5 and i7 chips, you can now get an affordable home PC that can do some serious video rendering.

Check out this great article on videomaker.com for a detailed write up on what makes a great video rendering machine. 

http://www.videomaker.com/article/15264-recommendations-for-the-best-video-editing-computer

Also, if you are looking for portable video rendering machines this is a great write-up on the current laptops on the market as of late 2013. http://www.extremetech.com/computing/167156-the-best-laptops-for-video-editing


Dining at the Burj al Arab

During my recent trip to Dubai, I stumbled upon this great article on dining at the Burj al Arab. If you are planning a trip out to Dubai, I recommend reading this article. I wish I had read it prior to my trip, as I would have loved to experience the high tea at this beautiful hotel. Make sure not to miss it on your next trip!

http://www.traveldudes.org/travel-tips/getting-burj-al-arab-something-you-have-do/28229


Looking to Buy a Funny Gag Gift?

Are you looking to buy something funny as a gag for your friends birthday party or celebration. Check out this site, they have a wide selection of items to suit everyone's needs. 

http://www.vat19.com/
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Drupal Pop up Confirmation on Node Edit/Add Page

Use this module to help protect users from repeat work and losing time by warning them before they leave the node/edit page by accident. The Node Edit Protection module basically adds some simple javascript to alert the user that they are leaving a node edit or add page without hitting the submit button.

The common case for this is if the user accidentally hits the back button on their browser or accidentally closes the browser tab. If the user is currently adding or editing a node it will pop up a message informing the user that they are navigating away from the page and that any unsaved work will be lost.  Read more »


Locked Phones and Mobile Providers

One thing I strongly recommend everyone to do when deciding on a new phone and mobile provider is to read the fine print. You don't want to spend hundreds of dollars for a phone that can end up being a paperweight in the future. Today, we are going to be talking about a company called Softbank. Read more »


Smart Phone Pictures Pose Privacy Risk - Let's Clarify Things!

WARNING! People can stalk your children and family by looking at your online photos. If you saw the video below, that has been circulating around the web, then you may think the above statements are true. Well, there is some truth to it, but most of it is inaccurate and just down right ridiculous. 

I love watching the news, because it provides me with two things, knowledge of current events (i.e. what the general population is being spoon feed) and comedy relief. I'm amazed by how inaccurate things are reported these days. Your big media agencies must throw darts at a board to create their stories. I often find myself laughing more while watching prime time news than I do when watching an episode of Modern Family, simply because of how ridiculously bad it is.

Drupal 7 and Godaddy Shared hosting with PDO Extension Support

Some of you may be upgrading or installing Drupal 7 on your shared hosting provider in the near future. I wanted to save you all the headache of dealing with hosting company's level 1 support desks. As we all know, if you are a computer expert, developer, or hacker/cracker of several years, there is absolutely no point in calling a IT helpdesk. Odds are you are going to be educating the person whom you are speaking with and they will barely have more knowledge than your uncle that thinks he is a whiz at using his iphone. Read more »


Great Article on Passwords and the Requirements by Different Sites

I came across this great article on passwords and I thought I would share with you all.

"The password creation process on different websites can be a bit like visiting foreign countries with unfamiliar social customs. This one requires eight characters; that one lets you have up to 64. This one allows letters and numbers only; that one allows hyphens. This one allows underscores; that one allows @#$&%, but not ^*()[]!—and heaven forbid you try to put a period in there. Sometimes passwords must have a number and at least one capital letter, but no, don’t start the password with the number—what do you think this is, Lord of the Flies?" - Read more »


Apple's iOS 7 Security Updates

Are you excited about the new iOS 7 security features? Perhaps if you are a consumer, but maybe not if you're a business customer. It seems with the new iOS security changes, managing iOS devices may prove to be a challenge.


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