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Web Hosting Articles
    • Tech Children: Teach Your Parents Well
      Another year is in the bag, and many of us are bidding good riddance to 2008. Apart from economic turbulence, looking in our 2008 rearview mirror, we see that while technological advances have continued to move forward at warp speed, the law struggles to catch up.

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    • Taking a Walk In Virtual Shoes: The Second Life Herald
      Virtual worlds are here, now - as exemplified by the recent explosion of Second Life, the best known virtual world. Indeed, online three-dimensional environments are becoming a real world phenomenon, as companies, educational institutions and individuals are marketing, providing products, undertaking research and featuring performances and artistic works in virtual worlds.

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    • Paying For Privacy
      There have been countless studies in which consumers respond that they care about their privacy on the Internet. However, simply stating concern about privacy is a far cry from actually taking steps to protect one's own privacy in cyberspace.

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    • Parental Control
      It's difficult to be a moral monitor nowadays. Video games like Mortal Kombat allow players to yank out a combatant's bleeding heart. Television shows like NYPD Blue saturate the broadcast channels with not only raw language but also raw skin. Howard Stern's radio show lacerates the airwaves turning George Carlin's infamous seven dirty words into an anachronism. To make matters worse, along comes an ungoverned, unregulated, ragtag group of worldwide, networked computers calling themselves the Internet and answering to no one. What's a monitor to do?

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    • This Just In: More People Getting Their News from the Internet than from Newspapers
      When you think news, do you think of print newspapers? If so, you are outnumbered, as more people now obtain their news from the Internet, according to a recent survey.

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    • New Version of Google Analytics Now Available Worldwide
      Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) today announced a new version of its powerful web analytics solution, Google Analytics(TM). The new version of Google Analytics was unveiled today at the EMetrics Summit taking place in San Francisco. Google Analytics, a free enterprise-class solution, enables executives, marketers and website owners to understand how their users interact with their website and help increase online business.

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    • Behavioral Advertising: Thumbs Up or Down?
      Behavioral or target advertising seeks to direct ads to Internet users based on information collected from their prior online browsing. The goal is to customize the Internet experience so that Internet users receive content that reflects their own interests and preferences.

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    • The Internet Comes Alive With YouTube
      The sheer power of the Internet was put on full display Saturday night by the YouTube Live event broadcast from San Francisco with hundreds of thousands of unique real-time online feeds and millions of follow-on downloads. This was YouTube's first live online show, with likely more to follow. The show had a little of something for every Netizen.

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