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April 16, 2008  9:58 AM

Video: Matt Cutts debunks 5 SEO myths



Posted by: GuyPardon
blogging, business, community, Development, entrepeneurship, fundamentals, Google, howto, Internet, IT marketing, resource, search, search engine, SEM, SEO, video, YouTube

Google’s Matt Cutts has long since become the blogosphere’s “go to guy” for information on SEO and webmaster guidelines. WhatIs.com’s Word of the Day today, phantom page, has a link to his commentary on detecting undetectable webspam, for instance. I like the term “webspam,” incidentally, as it neatly describes spamming the entire web, as opposed to individual inboxes or SMS gateways. The video below features Matt Cutts debunking five different SEO myths. The video is from 2006 but is still quite relevant.

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While it’s true that there are many other SEO bloggers and a burgeoning industry in search engine marketing, none are quite so well placed within the search engine giants nor so willing to share best practices and commentary. Thanks for your contributions to the Web community, Matt.

April 15, 2008  9:53 AM

Video: Installing FiOS for the first time, amidst “awesomeness”



Posted by: GuyPardon
communications, downloads, Networking, reviews, service, Technology, video, YouTube

YouTuber Scaramouch had FiOS installed last October and videoblogged the process.

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I have to admit, the speed test at the end makes me pretty darn jealous.

To paraphrase Michael Bay, that kind of bandwidth tips the awesomeness scale.

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April 11, 2008  8:14 AM

Video: Internet addiction, measured with the K-scale



Posted by: GuyPardon
blogging, culture, gaming, Internet, trend, video, YouTube

If you’re online for more than 30 hours of non-work surfing every week, experience withdrawal symptoms and find your relationships with friends, family and coworkers suffering, you might be an Internet addict. This video, hosted by Kimberly S. Young, introduces netaddiction.com. Young is the  founder of the Center for Internet Addiction Recovery. Take their Internet addiction test to see where your own usage rates.

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Today’s Word of the Day, K-scale, or “Korean scale,” is a checklist used for diagnosing and evaluating Internet addiction.


April 10, 2008  10:23 AM

Video: Install and configure SNORT on an XP PC



Posted by: GuyPardon
applications, downloads, free, howto, learning, open source, screencast, Security, tool, tutorial, useful, video, YouTube

In this video, the instructor goes through the process of downloading, installing and configuring Snort as a sniffer and an intrusion detection system on a Windows XP machine.

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For more information about Snort, see the following tips and articles:

Finally, make sure to view this expert screencast on Snort from SearchSecurity.com contributor Tom Bowers. In a step-by-step demonstration, Tom Bowers offers a brief introduction and history of Snort, and explains what it can do for information security pros and how to use it for the first time.


April 9, 2008  11:00 AM

Video: Botnets, Botmasters, Zombies and the greatest threat to online security?



Posted by: GuyPardon
academics, applications, code, hacking, Internet, media, Security, video, YouTube

Professor Merrick Furst, associate dean at the College of Computing at Georgia Tech, explains how botmasters use zombie armies for financial gain. Furst estimates that about 7% of all Internet traffic is zombie. Kraken, today’s Word of the Day, is now reported to be the largest botnet in the world, with over 400,000 machines infected.
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April 8, 2008  9:08 AM

Video: Secure Programming with Static Analysis



Posted by: GuyPardon
Development, discussion board, programming, Security, software, video, YouTube

In this video, Brian Chess and Jacob West from Fortify Software talk about the importance of security at the software development level.

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April 7, 2008  4:14 PM

Handy tool: online Binary to Text converter



Posted by: GuyPardon
communications, cool, data, free, fun, fundamentals, geek, humor, information, natural language, tool, useful, Web applications

There are certainly programmers, mathematicians and assorted savants out there who can write and translate directly to and from binary code.

I am not one of them.

If you, too, need to occasionally convert binary to ASCII text or, alternately, amuse yourself by converting especially colorful jokes into safe-for-works form… well, you too might just find this binary to text translation tool useful.

Now you, too, can tell ask your friends to
01110011011101000110111101110000001000
00011100110110010101101110011001000110
10010110111001100111001000000110110101
10010100100000011100110110100101101100
01101100011110010010000001000110011000
010110001101100101011000100110111101101
111011010110010000001110001011101010110
10010111101001111010011001010111001100101110.

[Image source: ThinkGeek]


April 7, 2008  10:28 AM

Video: Oversi presents its overcache technology for P2P and video delivery



Posted by: GuyPardon
business, data, demonstration, interactive media, Internet, IPTV, media, Networking, streaming, Technology, video, YouTube

Oversi‘s technology is designed to help companies deliver video over the Internet.

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From the shownotes on YouTube:

This presentation shows how Oversi’s platform works; enabling service providers to manage the huge increase in traffic, enhance customer satisfaction and increase ARPU (average revenue per user). It also discusses the way that service providers can benefit from the new revenue streams of digital media, rather than be mere bandwidth conduits with no financial gain.


April 3, 2008  8:21 AM

Screencast: VMware DRS Demonstration



Posted by: GuyPardon
applications, demonstration, screencast, server, video, Virtualization, YouTube

Paul Venezia walks through the features of VMware DRS in this screencast.

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April 2, 2008  9:58 AM

Video: Phase Change Memory (PCM) animation



Posted by: GuyPardon
buzz, data, innovation, invention, memory, Storage, video, YouTube

This animation was presented at IEDM 2006 to show how phase change memory (PCM) devices switch between amorphous and crystalline states.

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