StupidVideos (originally from I-Mob's Web site) shows the best ever security system for vehicles. It requires a lot of money, a German Shepherd dog, a fancy alarm, cellular phone, and probably other cool stuff.
Broadband Reports and Techdirt posted The Technology Liberation Front's article that said apparently half of all High Definition Television (HDTV) owners don't actually use the HD capabilities of their set, and nearly a quarter think they are watching high definition video when they actually haven't set it up correctly. Set-top box maker, Scientific Atlanta's survey, noted that HDTV sets will be in approximately 16 million homes across the country by the end of the year.
According to InformationWeek, Information Technology (I.T.) security professionals say when it comes to security, most I.T. departments are underfunded, understaffed, and underrepresented.
CNET News.com shares a New York Times story reports that people in many other countries, including the United States (U.S.), have reason to feel queasy as well, say Internet security specialists and government agencies that monitor cyberfraud. Over the last few years, enticing offers wearing the friendly guise of e-mail solicitations have been at the center of well-publicized frauds known as "phishing," in which con artists troll online for valuable personal and financial information. In September, the Anti-Phishing Working Group, a coalition of corporate and law enforcement groups that track identity theft and other online crimes, said it had received more than 13,000 unique reports of phishing schemes in that month alone, up from nearly 7,000 in the month of October last year.
CNET News.com and ZDNet report that Nielsen is finally taking one of several steps aimed at adapting to the new television/TV audience (those who use TiVo or another service to record prime time shows for viewing later) on December 26th, 2005. Ratings will be broken out by how shows are watched--live, later in the day or within a seven-day period. Over time, Nielsen will also move to measure viewing that takes place via iPods, cellular/cell phones, laptops, and other digital devices that are gaining TV privileges. The company also will track audiences for on-demand fare.
Planet Vids shows a funny video clip on the right wing extremists and how they are all mis-understood.
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Planet Vids shows a funny television commercial/spot/advertisement of a frustrated soccer goalie. However, he comes up wi
StupidVideos showed a video clip of a midget stealing gasoline. Yikes! Watch your gas pumps! [grin]
Viral Videos added many new television commercials/advertisements/spots today. Here are three good ones:
Financial pressures combined with increased reliability have companies keeping systems longer than ever.Submitted by ant on Mon, 11/28/2005 - 6:57pm. General Computing | Hardware | History | New Version/Update/Upgrade | Personal | Reading Materials | Shopping | Software | Technology | Work
This Computerworld article says computer systems aren't what they used to be--and Information Technology (IT) is taking full advantage of that fact.
The Washington Post says people go shopping online while at work after Thanksgiving. Margaret Webb Pressler discusses the general public's penchant for online holiday shopping while at work.
Planet Vids posted many funny video clips today. Six of them were good: