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Cooliris and the gallery

If you are using Firefox on Windows you should get the cooliris plugin. The plugin really does a nice job if you need to browse a collection of fotos. And since I finally have found a fix for the problems with my gallery, it even works on my gallery as well! Woot! UPDATE: cooliris is…
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StopBadware.org replies

Yesterday I received an email from stopbadware.org. They reviewed my site and found no problems anymore: Google’s most recent test of your website found no badware behaviors on the site.  As such, the Google warning page for your site has either already been removed or should be removed shortly.  In addition, if your site has…
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Blocked by Google

On February the 5th WordPress released version 2.3.3 of their blog software. This release fixed the following issue: WordPress 2.3.3 is an urgent security release. If you have registration enabled a flaw was found in the XML-RPC implementation such that a specially crafted request would allow a user to edit posts of other users on…
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Kill Bill’s Browser

The Kill Bill’s Browser site is trying to get people to switch from Internet Explorer to Firefox. It features a cool and well known design plus 13 reasons to switch from Internet Explorer to Firefox: 1. YOU’LL ONLY SEE PORN WHEN YOU WANT TO. Sick of seeing pornographic pop-ups all over your computer while you’re…
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I’ve just installed Flock. It is a firefox based browser with added functionality. I’m using it now to write this blog item… It has some other cool stuff like online bookmarks (through del.icio.us), a very nice rss feed reader (although not perfect yet) and a flickr integration. It is still a pre-beta release, they call…
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