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Monthly Archive for: ‘August, 2006’

Digital Photography Contest Reminder

The contest will be wrapping up at 12:00am EST September 1st, so be sure to get your entries in if you haven’t done so already. Voting will begin on September 1st, so be on the lookout for a thread in the Digital Photography Forums at that time.  Because of the large number of entries, we will likely have to have a …

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Label to Offer Free Music Downloads

Universal Music, the world’s largest record label, will soon offer free music downloads through SpiralFrog in exchange for watching advertising.  The service will be available later this year. The downloads, which used to cost $0.79, will soon be free while you watch 90 seconds worth of advertisements as the music downloads.  This new offer will give fans access to Universal’s entire back catalog. …

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Yahoo keyword selector tool a spam repository

One of my clients is an executive coach. Building her keyword campagin tonight I discovered that the Yahoo Keyword Selector tool is no longer a spam virgin. Searching for entrepreneur yields: entrepreneur entrepreneur entrepreneur entrepreneur internet internet internet internet ——–ntrepreneur.auto——-.com.- (I refuse to give them any more attention hence the blot out). Yes, someone might have spazzed at the Yahoo …

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New Vista Screenshots

Three new screenshots of Windows Vista Build 5506. You can see the new Startmenu and ControlPanel. Did you notice all the Live Elements in the Startmenu? Although just two elements are officially tagged with Live. Windows Defender is also a fixed component of Windows Vista now. Build 5506 should be the last beta build, Microsoft is aiming for RC1 now. …

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AdSense trying to install software on your PC

Users viewing AdSense ads in Internet Explorer 6 and 7 over the last few days were prompted to install third-party software, according to forum posts on the well known WebmasterWorld. The applications included QuickTime, Acrobat, Flash and Windows Media Player. The problem was first brought to Google’s attention on August 11 and was addressed August 15. According to a forum …

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