The Evolving Geek


Love this infographic from Flowtown via Waylou

BitDefender – New Logo & New Versions

To celebrate their 10 years of existence – BitDefender has launched a new version of products and changed its visual identity. Is the performance of their 2012 products worthy of the new logo? Find out from this review.

Security for Everyone – Reviewing BitDefender Internet Security 2012

Mt. Etna Webcam


This is the closest cam we found to the summit. Linked are a series of cams including a couple of thermal ones.

Mt. Etna Webcams

A Lighter Shade of Green


In lieu of Standard & Poor’s August 5th downgrade of U.S. Gov’t debt to AA+, here is the larger world view (as of July 28th) of perceived ability to pay back sovereign bondholders. Obviously this chart does not take into account the amount of debt or whether a country is in decline or surging (see Brazil, India, etc.)

via Reuters

Your Mobile Phone = Your Credit Card


Okay, so the U.S. is a bit late in adapting NFC but it’s coming to a phone near you.

via GPlus

The 2011 Web Analytics Review

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The 2011 Web Analytics Review
Source: The 2011 Google Web Analytics Review Infographic



Well said. Unless you’re on a mobile/wireless device.

via of course

Win Kaspersky Internet Security 2012 before the US Launch

If you want to get your hands on a free license of Kaspersky Internet Security 2012 – then you should check out this giveaway.

Spread the Word & Win Kaspersky Internet Security 2012

Firefox Addon – Visualize Who’s Tracking You

If you’re not paying for something, you’re not the customer; you’re the product being sold

I have never read truer words about the Internet. Collusion is a free Firefox add-on which provides an interactive, real-time visualization of the entities that track your behavior across the web. The more you surf the web with it installed, the more it shows you. You should definitely check it out!


Free Webcast on the Complexity of the Home Network

Digital Photo Lab (#46099)

Want to find out just how complex home networks are? How many computers per network, how they are secured, what other devices are connected to it, most common problems? Then register for this free webcast and find out on August 23rd.

Webcast: The Complex Anatomy of the Home Network

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