Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Friday, August 15, 2014
Sunday, July 20, 2014
As mentioned in my previous post, Flag Counter, here is a post on Feedjit which is a live traffic feed app. It shows visitors to your blog or Website in real time, giving the country and city the visitor is from and the country flag as well as the page on your site they visited and the time. If the visitor is clicks a link on your site that opens in a new window, it will show when the visitor left your site and where the visitor went.
Posted by AvaByGrace at 12:30 AM
Saturday, July 12, 2014
Want to make your blog or website pop?
Flag Counter by Boardhost is an easy and free way to do this. Flag Counter enables you to see which countries visitors to your website are from by displaying the country’s flag. Additionally, a number is shown next to the flag to show the number of new visitors to your site from the country (See image below). You can add Flag Counter to any website that supports images. Adding the counter is quite simple because you only need to add one line of HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) code to your site. Flag Counter gives detailed instructions which are quite simple to follow. You have the option of customizing the counter or leaving it at the default settings.
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
DuckDuckGo is an Internet search engine that focuses on privacy and was named after the childhood game duck duck goose. This engine protects your personal information while you search, allowing for anonymity. Originally started with a focus on instant answers and spam filtering, privacy was later added to the equation. The Founder and CEO is Gabriel Weinberg and the company is located in Paoli , Pennsylvania. According to their blog, the site is being redesign to incorporate user feedback such as images, places and auto-complete with smarter answers. The next version of DuckDuckGo is scheduled for release next month, but that all depends on user feedback.
Posted by AvaByGrace at 4:28 AM
Saturday, December 22, 2012
Sunday, October 28, 2012
A few years ago, I wrote two posts on secure passwords (see links at the end of this post). Thursday, October 25, 2012 CNN's Olivia B. Waxman published an article on the worst passwords, "The 25 Worst Passwords of 2012" to be exact. I know Web Bytes readers are extremely tech savvy and won't fall into this pattern, so here is the list for you to share with friends and family:
You can read Olivia's article in its entirety on the CNN website at the link above. I Hope this post in conjunction with my previous posts on passwords will help you to create passwords that are easy for you to remember, but difficult for others to guess. As mentioned above, the following links are from Web Bytes published in 2009.
As always, please email me with topics you are interested in knowing more about and let’s have a good time learning together!
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