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VPN For Your Online Security

A lot of shit can happen to innocent users which is why so many are looking to VPN for their online security. This is especially true if you’re tired of people virtually spying on what you’re doing on the Internet! How Does A VPN Work? Created with the help of The Logo Creator A VPN, or Virtual Private Network, connects two computers securely and privately over the internet. So, once you’ve joined a VPN client you connect to a VPN server on another computer and by using encryption and other security measures, all your online activity is being hidden from those unwanted prying eyes. Just to be clear, this means no-one can see which websites you visit, what you download, or whether you use Skype, bit torrent, or any other applications! Being an Aussie I was attracted to NordVPN. NordVPN works at the TCP/IP level, which means all your applications are secured, not…

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When The Courts Get It Wrong

Do courts get it wrong when coming out with their judgments? The obvious answer to the question, do courts get it wrong is yes! Why? Because courts are presided over by judges and judges are human. We all know that humans are fallible and they’re prone to making mistakes. The trouble is that there are times when those mistakes are so bad they’re laughable. The Courts Get It Wrong With The Woolworth’s Case The following is one of those cases. It all began when this man, Steven Willmott, decided he was being discriminated against whilst applying online for a petrol station console operator’s position. Apparently he found three of the questions offensive. What makes the ruling of this case totally unbelievable is those questions were; His date of birth His gender Proof of his right to work in Australia These questions were mandatory, as they usually are, and because he didn’t want to…

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FlexSqueeze2 How Good Is It Really

This post is actually so much more than just promoting FlexSqueeze2 although that will become apparent as you see just some of the things it can do, Just last week I showed you how mobile friendly FlexSqueeze2 is. While FlexSqueeze2 is one of many themes that is mobile friendly it doesn’t solve the problem for my websites. That was brought to my attention by Mitch of I’m Just Sharing during one of our many chess games. Speaking of Mitch, you should check his Social Media Won’t Solve Your Problems post. I’ve got two websites which I designed from the ground up. They took me bloody ages to get up and running. Needless to say both websites are not mobile friendly. I converted one the other day from the old website to the new one which is using the WordPress platform. And of course, FlexSqueeze2. That website was my first ever…

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Thesis V2.03 White Screen Of Death

Way back in 2013 I wrote a post called Why Thesis V2.03 Still Sucks. I’ve never liked Thesis which is why I run in on my Load Of Bullshit blog. Anyway, two years ago I tried to update that blog in the hope that their latest Thesis V2.03 would be better than the one I was running V1.8.6. As it turned out Thesis V2.03 was even more crappier than the one I was running. Shit, it wouldn’t even load. All I got was the white screen of death. So I hit the Forums in the hope someone there could help. No joy there at all. So I decided to stick with the older version. Anyway, I’ve noticed of late that Google has been sending out emails about how important it was to have blogs / websites that were mobile friendly. (More about that in the next post). Something had to…

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StumbleUpon My Social Media Of Choice

There are lots of ways to share your favourite posts. Some people Tweet them. Some like to share them with their FaceBook buddies. Because of the SEO benefits of having images in your posts there are a lot of bloggers out there happily sharing their stuff with Pinterest as well. Personally I like to share my posts with all of them but my favourite is StumbleUpon. If you”re not a member you can join here. Wikipedia says… StumbleUpon is a discovery engine (a form of web search engine) that finds and recommends web content to its users. Its features allow users to discover and rate Web pages, photos, and videos that are personalized to their tastes and interests using peer-sourcing and social-networking principles. Toolbar versions exist for Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Internet Explorer, and Safari. StumbleUpon also works with some independent Mozilla-based browsers. The thing is StumbleUpon is not really…

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Training The Importance Of Good Training

Training Is Important I was at work yesterday and I was having as good a time as you can have when you’re at work. Until the boss came up to me and asked me to go on checkout. I told him I wasn’t comfortable doing that as I hadn’t received enough training. Typical bloody boss wouldn’t listen to me and made me go on anyway. Said he would be right there with me to help me out. Wouldn’t you know it, as soon as I got on the wanker left me there. Needless to say things went downhill from there. The customer didn’t want some stuff and I didn’t know how to remove them from the total. Then the credit card wouldn’t take and I didn’t know what to do. I hate not knowing what to do and looking inept in front of others. I did the only thing I…

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I wrote a post some time back about Charging People For Removing Their Links. The reason I’m getting all these requests is because these guys have all been notified that they’re in violation of Google’s Webmaster Guidelines. This is a bad thing, especially if your website is business related. The reason being that once you get on the almighty Google’s bad side you’re site can be delisted from the Google search engines.  Here is what Google has to say about it.   Violations of Google’s Webmaster Guidelines Your page has been blocked from our index because it does not meet the quality standards necessary to assign accurate PageRank. We cannot comment on the individual reasons your page was removed. However, certain actions such as cloaking, writing text in such a way that it can be seen by search engines but not by users, or setting up pages/links with the sole…

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Underage Sex Consequences

I have a very good reason for writing this post on underage sex consequences. The reason I feel compelled to write about underage sex consequences is because of this article that I read yesterday. It’s about a judge, District Court Judge Rosemary Davey who refused to jail a 21 year old man who had sex with a 13 year old girl.  Can you believe that? It seems she feels the 13 year old has a lot to answer for as she “was looking for” a sexual encounter. HELLO! She’s only 13 years old! That’s why we have these laws. To protect those who have not yet developed the mental capacity to make sound judgement calls.  Underage Sex Should Have Consequences The man on the other hand was 21 years old and knew exactly what he was getting in to. Sure she told him she was 14 years old, goes to show…

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