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Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Kenny Hemphill 
 
 Article Title :: Is a DVD VCR Recorder Right For You?
 
Is a DVD VCR Recorder Right For You? by: Kenny Hemphill A DVD VCR recorder may, at first sight, seem like an ugly combo of old technology with new. However, there are many advantages to be had from a DVD VCR recorder, also known as DVD VHS recorder or DVD VCR combo recorder. The first and most obvious advantage is that it provides an easy way to copy your old VHS tapes to DVD and thus preserve them for much longer than they would last on a VHS tape. Just stick the tap and blank DVD into the machine, press a button and, bingo, you're ropey old VHS tapes can be consigned to the trash, to be replaced by a shiny, new DVD disc. Saving space is another advantage of having a DVD VCR record  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Tony Dean 
 
 Article Title :: Microsoft Blues
 
Microsoft Blues by: Tony Dean With the advent of 'Service Pack 2' for Windows XP operating system, Microsoft have really made the forums hum. Every forum on computer problems is replete with complaints that since downloading and installing 'SP2', many 'third party' applications don't work. This service pack was needed to keep viruses and trojans out of people's computers when they are on the internet, but it has caused a world wide backlash against the software giant because people's favored applications won't work, or the computer crashes when they try to open them. Many people have said they will buy a Mac or try Linux instead. What causes all this fury against Microsoft who ar  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Alan Hearnshaw 
 
 Article Title :: Spam Filters Explained
 
Spam Filters Explained by: Alan Hearnshaw What do they do? How do they work? Which one is right for me? Spam is a very real problem that many people have to deal with on a daily basis. For those that have decided to do something about it and start to investigate the options available in spam filtering, this article provides a brief introduction to your options and the types of spam filters available. Despite the bewildering array of spam filters available today, all claiming to the best one “of its kind” there are really just five filtering methodologies in general use today and all products rely on one, or a combination of these: Content-Based Filters “In the beginning, ther  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Mario Sanchez 
 
 Article Title :: Common Sense Approach to Search Engine Optimizatio
 
Common Sense Approach to Search Engine Optimization by: Mario Sanchez Most web surfers start their sessions at a search engine or a web directory. There are a number of different methods you can use to capture their traffic and drive it to your site: Stick to the big names: The two largest directories: Yahoo! (http://www.yahoo.com) and the Open Project Directory (http://www.dmoz.org), and the two largest search engines: Google (http://www.google.com) and Inktomi (used by MSN search (http://www.msn.com) and AOL (http://www.aol.com) are likely to deliver 80% of your traffic, so concentrate on those and don’t spend too much time on anybody else. Yahoo and the Open Project Direc  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Alan Hearnshaw 
 
 Article Title :: So What Makes a Good Spam Filter Anyway?
 
So What Makes a Good Spam Filter Anyway? by: Alan Hearnshaw Spam Filters. Most of us know we need one. Some of us know we need a better one, but how many stop to think what actually makes a good spam filter in the first place? This is not just a rhetorical question. It is a question that many users – and many developers - do not ask, and consequently, it largely remains unanswered. Maybe this could be better answered by defining here the qualities of the perfect spam filter. We’ll call our perfect spam filter the “SpamSplatter 3000”. Here are some of the defining qualities of “SpamSplatter 3000” It requires zero interaction from the user. It produces zero false positiv  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Chris Inga 
 
 Article Title :: Overview of HTTP
 
Overview of HTTP by: Chris Inga If you have been using the internet for a while, you have probably typed into your browser something that starts with "http:" and ends with ".html", hit "Go", watched your modem lights flicker on and off, and a couple of seconds later you are magically looking at page of todays news or a page of pictures. Let's try and take some of the magic away ... I thought about calling this article a "Geeks view of HTTP"; I am not going into the nitty gritty, but rather present a sketch of how a geek might see something like HTTP, how they can think something like HTTP is simple, and why they are not trying to make things complicated just for the sake of it! --* L  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: David Viney 
 
 Article Title :: Intranet Project Names - Some Ideas
 
Intranet Project Names - Some Ideas by: David Viney "What's in a name? That which we call a rose By any other word would smell as sweet." In this famous quote from Act II of Romeo and Juliet, Juliet tells Romeo that a name is an artificial and meaningless convention, and the fact he is a Montague and she a Capulet (warring families) means nothing to their love. However, there is some strong evidence from the UK's Cranfield University - and elsewhere - that the name one gives a project does have a marked impact on the behaviour and motivation of the people involved. It may surprise you, but the name you give to your Intranet Project could well be the most important decision you make  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Jakob Jelling 
 
 Article Title :: Alert Marketing - Get Google Search Results By E-m
 
Alert Marketing - Get Google Search Results By E-mail by: Jakob Jelling Sometimes our jobs as marketers means we need to look beyond the obvious. Google, for example, offers their Google Alerts service. At first glance, this may seem most useful to companies who want to track certain searches within their industry, or to hobbyists who want to stay on top of changes in their topics of interest. But Internet marketers can also use Google Alerts to help keep track of what's going on around the net, and even to keep tabs on their direct competition for that matter. Google Alerts, which are email notifications, can be created based on the top 10 Google news stories, but more helpful to ma  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Jakob Jelling 
 
 Article Title :: Google Tests Expanded Search To Include Printed Wo
 
Google Tests Expanded Search To Include Printed Works by: Jakob Jelling Google Labs is currently testing Google Print, which returns results from within scanned printed books along with Google's standard web search results. The searcher doesn't have to do anything special - the printed work results are already included in the Google database. Searchers have the option of narrowing their search by including, for example, the word "book" in their search terms. For example, a search on "home repair" might return a variety of web sites, online merchants, etc., while changing the search to "home repair book" will help filter the results to include more material scanned directly from books.   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Internet Marketing AllOther Articles Author :: Jakob Jelling 
 
 Article Title :: Stay In The Know With Google SMS
 
Stay In The Know With Google SMS by: Jakob Jelling The Short Messaging Service (SMS) from Google sends short, quick, text answers in response to your queries from an SMS-enabled mobile device, such as a cell phone. For example, you can look up phone numbers and addresses of local restaurants, do local phone book searches, compare prices from online merchants in Froogle to those you find in local stores, even look up definitions of words from the dictionary. SMS has long been a common means of mobile communication in Europe. It has been available in the US for some time, but hasn't been widely used. You don't need a phone with a web browser to use Google's SMS. Since the information i  (read full article)
 
 
 
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