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Google Joins Yahoo and AOL In Fighting Email Spam

DMARC – what is it? Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance (DMARC) is a scalable mechanism by which a mail-originating organization can express domain-level policies and preferences for message validation, disposition, and reporting, that a mail-receiving organization can use to improve mail handling. –RFC Abstract DMARC is a policy that uses SPF and DKIM for email filtering. The Sender Policy […]

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Twitter To Allow More Than 140 Characters?

I’m not 100% sure I like the idea but I do like the idea. Me make many sense – I know. I remember when I first came to Twitter. Much like many others I said, “what’s the deal”? Soon I found out how to become very creative and never fell to using ur, H8, or […]

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Blogger Liability Lawsuits, and Judgments, on the Rise

Montana real estate agent, Crystal Cox, was on the bad end of a winning decision about some of her blog content. In fact she didn’t win … at all. Her liability for the words she wrote about a bankruptcy custodian? Two point five million dollars. Let me put that in plain English: $2,500,000. And she’s […]

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Cloud storage for free

Free cloud storage, 5 GB Can’t decide how much memory to get on your pad or slate computer? Wonder no more, here’s 5 GB for free … You have probably heard of DropBox. In fact I have pushed it for a long time as a favorite and I have the 50 gig account (which is […]

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Which tech companies are making the most ROI?

Thanks to my friend Jeremy Blanton for pointing out this cool info-graphic today. It’s pretty easy to see who the walk away winner is but I still choke on the operating costs. And my boss thinks my budget is high? Actually, it’s all relevant. But just think if you could make $1 for every 72 cents you […]

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Japan Reactor Story Dominates Search

People looking for information about the Japan reactor story, just as anyone looking for breaking information on events, have taken to the internet. Something our parents and grandparents did not have in their arsenal of media research is now a center point of everyday life in virtually every nation. With the ever growing, even called […]

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