Want to know more about Outpost security products?

Agnitum is a small security vendor from Russia, which offers security products that don’t necessarily follow the usual trends. If you are interested in knowing more, read this review.

Security for Everyone – Reviewing Outpost Security Suite Pro 7.5

The Coming Spectrum Shortage (USA)

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CNN Money via Consumerist

Did Windows Phone 7.5 Improve the Experience on Older Phones?

I’m sure many of you know about the HTC HD7, one of the first Windows Phones available on the market. If you are curious to know the experience with Windows Phone 7.5 installed on it, check out this review.

Reviewing the Windows Phone 7.5 experience on HTC’s HD7

Why Photographers should Stop Complaining about Copyright and Embrace Pinterest

Awesome talk!

Infographic: The best countries for doing business

Article source: Singapore Still the Best Place for Entrepreneurs [Infographic]

Infographic developed by Infographic.jp

The Best Software Updater Tool

According to this article, Ninite Updater is a great tool for keeping your software up-to-date, with as few clicks and hoops as possible.

How to Keep Applications Up-to-date with Ninite Updater & Ninite Free

Using the Google+ app on Android to its full capabilities

The Complete Guide to Using Google+ App on your Android Device

 

The Complete Series about Usernames and Passwords Stored by Windows

Do you want to know where Windows stores all the user names and passwords you enter while using it? Are you interested about how secure they are, how to backup this data and then export it to another Windows computer?

This series of articles will help you clarify all these things and more.

Credential Manager – Where Windows Stores Passwords & Other Login Details

Which Windows Passwords & Credentials Can Be Easily Cracked?

How to Backup and Restore Windows Vault Passwords

After Eric Clapton and Duane Allman met, R&R would never be the same

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via Panicstream.net:

“A group date in Miami, in August 1970 gave Duane Allman the chance to participate in Eric Clapton’s Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs. Clapton had long wanted to meet Allman; when he heard that the Allman Brothers were due to play in Miami, where he had just started work on Layla with producer Tom Dowd, he insisted on going to see their concert, where he met Allman. After the show the two bands—the Allman Brothers Band and Derek and the Dominos—returned to Criteria, where Allman and Clapton quickly formed a deep rapport during an all-night jam session. At one point, Allman cautiously asked Clapton if he could come by the studio to watch. Clapton refused, telling Allman to bring his guitar because, “you got to play.” Allman wound up participating on most of the album’s tracks, contributing some of his best-known work. Allman never left the Allman Brothers Band, though, despite being offered a permanent position with Clapton. Allman never toured with Derek and the Dominos, but he did make three appearances with them on December 1, 1970 at the Curtis Hixon Hall (“Soulmates” LP) and the following day at Onondaga County War Memorial, and one appearance {exact date in 1970 uncertain} at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Calif…”

Two legends meet and soon thereafter some of the best music ever made is recorded.




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