The net has been running fast and loose for quite a while now, and hasn’t seen large companies tank since the bubble of the 1990′s. The increment of these advertising-supported “Web 2.0″.” companies has propelled on-line publicizing to twenty-one billion dollars, up from six billion between ’02 and ’07. But they pricked the bubble in 2001. What will happen this time around? I’m not so sure the “recession” has caught up with the web yet. Only time will tell.
A revolution is in the means as we sort out our reality and it is close at hand, well that’s not exactly how they described it, but I like my version better than the newspaper article published this week. Innovations in photonics and unanimous firing will eventually lead to trillions of dollars in price savings, along with a reducing sum for the department of energy to get off homes and businesses around the globe. Ok, now it’s devil’s advocate time. This isn’t a new idea. LED’s have been cheap for quite awhile now. I dunno about this smart lighting bit. I think people get stuck in their ways and will use their old tried-and-true technology until you pry it from their cold dead hands.
Digg is experimenting with a self service advertisement scheme that will be ever-so-slightly similar to Google Adwords. It will enter advertisements into the Digg news show. Where those ads end up, and how great a click pays, well…, per click, would be be based on substance abuser feedback and votes. Basically Digg members are crackheads (except for me) and they need to buy stuff and click links. Maybe digg is going broke? Yeah right.
AOL is functional on a fresh to take its trice content avail, heading, a fundamental social feature article to any situation, well-placed sources say. AOL will utilise schmooze applied science developed by Userplane, a startup it bought back in ’06 for something to the tune of around $forty million. Oops.
The Pirate Bay has constituted itself as the largest BitTorrent tracker, helping to disperse millions of files each day, the pirate team team adds nonetheless another military-like service to its services that allows users to frame their pet movies and TV shows on every nomadic gimmick imaginable.
I just read a horrendous article on a wannabe news site called “The Hollywood Reporter” where the author, Paul Bond, devastatingly butchered definitions and skipped any attempt at providing even a miniscule speck of detail from the report he sourced. It basically looked like he strung together a bunch of single sentence paragraphs and flung them into what he describes as a news article, shockingly similar to the way an orangutan throws poo in the zoo.
I had to post this because I completely agree with faptzu’s comment,
“This article is complete bunk pulled out of the **** of the author. Paul Bond, did you actually attempt to report anything accurately? How about you first check the age ranges of who you’re calling Millennials, Generation X, and Babyboomers.. Second, you’re saying Millennials don’t care about news and current events? How about they don’t care about the **** that’s on TV that they call ‘news’ and ‘current events.’ The Internet has the real news – after you filter out all the big media ****. I can get more news in 2 minutes on the Internet than I can in 24 hours of flipping through CNBC, MSNBC, Fox News, CNN, BBC (yes.. even the … Read More »
Find the wp-admin directory of your site and put a .htaccess file in there. Create it as root and just put 3 lines in it and you’re done.
deny from all
allow from 184.108.40.206
Change 220.127.116.11 to your ip address. If you’re behind a router of some time, go to a website that tells you what ip you’re browsing from, like whatismyip.com and put the ip address it says you’re coming from in there. If your ip craptastic-ly changes a lot, try just 3 octets, leaving the last one out. For example, if your ip is 18.104.22.168 today, you could make the last line just:
allow from 72.14.205
Doing it this way allows 253 other ip’s besides yours to access that folder at any given time, but that’s an improvement from a theoretical 4,294,967,295 others for ipv4 right?