WordPress is one of the most popular content management system (CMS) in use and around 17% of the websites that are present on the internet these days are powered by this CMS. With the growing use of WordPress its security and safety has also become one of the major issues to deal with. In the year 2011 more than 144,000 word press sites were hacked and this number reached to 170,000 in the year 2012.
Train up your Google-Fu with these 20 tricks that will focus your searches with laser precision. If you can’t find something on the web using these ninja skills, it probably doesn’t exist.
Earlier this month Apple was briefly the most valuable company in the world and their cash in hand value currently stands at $76.2 billion. Just let that thought simmer for a second, kind of hard to put into perspective isn’t it? You could literally buy anything with that and still have enough change to buy some more anything. Still struggling? Click through for a look at the National Post’s lovely, informative and aptly named More Money Than God infographic.
How well will the iPad 3 sell when it’s introduced next month? Who’s going to upgrade, and who will sit on the sidelines, enjoying their current version of the iPad, or no iPad at all? Until we can lay eyes on the real thing, let’s take a look at this infographic, which deals with who’s going to upgrade, and what people expect to do with the iPad 3.
Who remembers their first email account? Was it Gmail? Googlemail? Yahoo? Hotmail? Pegasus Mail? My first private email account was a Hotmail I set up in 1998 to be able to contact my family and friends while I slummed across Europe, and at the time, that was considered a bold move, committing your precious email details to the World Wide Web. Ah, the heady days of Internet 1.0.
Facebook for iPad, now available in the iOS App Store (update: it’s still rolling out), looks much like the version that leaked in July. The app is designed primarily as a consumption experience, which is why the app emphasizes photos.