The Huffington Post comes to Canada. One of the things that most excited me about our merger with AOL was how it would allow us to reach our goals much, much faster. Three months later, I’m delighted to announce the launch of our first international version: Welcome to HuffPost Canada.
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A security researcher has discovered a means of hijacking sensitive information from cookies in Internet Explorer. The ‘cookiejacking’ technique could expose credentials from Facebook, Twitter, Gmaiil, or other online services, but Microsoft doesn’t consider it a serious threat. So, is the sky falling, is the security researcher crying wolf, or is the real risk somewhere in between.
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For this assignment the secondary 2 students from the Singapore International School (HK) were required to go to an area in Hong Kong and use their 5 senses to describe what they experienced. Their English teachers helped them by taking them on walks around the neighbourhood of our school and getting them to think about what they could see, smell, taste, hear and touch. The students then worked in groups, picked an area they wanted to explore and set off to use their newly heighten senses.
Like most other browsers, Google Chrome has some special pages that show information about memory usage, cached files, plug-ins and more. Here’s a list of the most interesting about: pages available in Google Chrome (you can open them by dragging about:name to the address bar).
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There is no doubt that Twitter’s influence is growing by leaps and bounds but these statistics from a great infographic from BuySellAds.com lend an insight into who actually uses Twitter and why.
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