Thursday, December 3, 2020

Teen cell phones leading to unintended consequences including child pornography charges for many teens.

  Child porn investigators are discovering a disturbing trend. Many photos are taken by the victims. Teenagers send nude photos to boyfriends and girlfriends. These are spread by cell phone and often end up online.


Sexting resulting in adult charges for teens

Passing notes in study hall or getting your best friend to ask a boy if he likes you or, you know, LIKES you, is so last century. Nowadays, teenagers are snapping naked pictures of themselves on their cell phones and sending them to their boyfriends and girlfriends. 

Many of these pictures are falling into the wrong hands — or worse, everyone’s hands, via the Internet — and leading to criminal charges.

Many of these pictures are falling into the wrong hands — or worse, everyone’s hands, via the Internet — and leading to criminal charges.

Cases have been reported in New Jersey, New York, Alabama, Utah, Pennsylvania, Texas and Connecticut

For more on this story check out the complete AP story on MSNBC


Anheuser-Busch working around the rules and marketing to teen boys with their web viral ad campaigns

  Anheuser-Busch is generating lots of buzz with ads that are as bawdy as they are hilarious, but you won’t see it on television, and it barely mentions the beer it’s advertising. These ads are too hot for TV and quite obviously market to the 16-30 Internet demographic. The problem is that that demographic is way too young for alcohol advertising (see videos after the jump). Read the rest of this entry »

Cloud Computing is the latest buzzword, but danger is just around the corner

  Cloud computing is a term you are hearing a lot these days. The way you are hearing it used is no more than a farce, and most possibly one of the most dangerous trends in the tech world today. Cloud computing has been defined many ways, but it is basically providing scalable Internet based software services distributed across disparate datacenters. The common theme is reliance on the Internet for satisfying the computing needs of the users.

This is by no means a new idea. Way back in the 90’s we had thin clients and a network server. The thin clients were no different than today’s PC’s and the server can be compared to “the cloud” It didn’t work then for some very good reasons that still apply today.

ISP’s are not always available. Lightning, fiber cables hit by ditch diggers, or servers go down, etc. With an app on the desktop, you are still productive. If your apps are in the cloud, you are effectively out of business. Read the rest of this entry »


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License Type: Free
Operating Systems: Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows 98

Download Photo! 3D Album

Photo! 3D Screensaver offers a wide choice of fabulous 3D galleries – from a contemporary showroom or an exhibition hall to a medieval castle, gothic cathedral or even a chinese garden. We did our best to make the design and architecture of each gallery tasteful and pleasing, to create a realistic, relaxing atmosphere Read the rest of this entry »


Canon EOS 40D Review



Canon EOS 40D Review

Canon EOS 40DThis review is unlike most you have seen, this is a summary based on 227 Canon EOS 40D camera reviews from a wide range of buyers and users. Experience ranged from novices to serious amateurs to freelance photo-journalists and professional photographers. This will give you a much better idea of what to think about the Canon EOS 40D



Virtually all of the buyers were upgrading from other cameras. Some were upgrading from point and shoots. Some were upgrading from older film cameras. Many were upgrading from other Canon cameras such as the 10D, 20D, 30D or Digital Rebel. There were also some buyers making the transition from Nikon, citing a better lens selection for Canons. This we find rather interesting as usually when one picks either the Nikon or Canon line, people tend to stick with it so they do not have to replace all of their lenses. In this case though many appear to be making the switch even with the additional costs of replacement lenses. Read the rest of this entry »


5 Tips For Buying The Right Laptop Computer

It’s easy to be intimidated by all the laptop models on the market today. There are literally dozens and dozens in every price range.

The key to finding the right one for you is to step back and consider exactly how you plan to use your laptop. When you define what you need before you go shopping, buying the right machine becomes much easier.

Here are 5 basic factors to consider: Read the rest of this entry »


7 Tips For Great Digital Photos

 Before you can begin to enjoy photo sharing with family and friends, you need to take great digital shots that are razor-sharp and crystal-clear. After all, there’s nothing quite so frustrating as when your photos of memorable events like a graduation or a vacation turn out blurry or fuzzy or just plain dull.

The good news is great photos can really be a snap — if you keep in mind a few important tips. I guarantee that in no time you’ll be having fun with photo sharing and easy photo printing! Read the rest of this entry »


5 Sure-Fire Tips for Buying a New Computer


Where do you start? There are so many brands and models of computers available, and it can all be a little overwhelming when you start to look around.

How do you decide what type of computer you need? And perhaps more importantly, how do you decide what the best value is?

I have sold computers professionally for almost 20 years, and there are certain “tricks of the trade” that most computer stores and salespeople use. Knowing these secrets can make your decision easier and will help you buy the right computer for your needs. Read the rest of this entry »


Blu-ray may have won the format war, but in the end it will be an epic failure


In February 2008, Toshiba decided to pull the plug on the HD-DVD format. This ended the format war with Sony’s Blu-ray technology that was predicted to last much longer. but in the end, what has Sony won?

Way back when, when DVD hit the market in 1997, it was exciting. Here was a disc the size of a CD which you didn’t have to rewind like VHS, had superior video quality and could hold extras. But with that came the additional cost. DVD players were expensive, the discs were expensive and it took some time for consumers to make the change. Blu-ray doesn’t quite have the same novelty factor, it acts and feels just like a DVD, although with superior picture quality and sound. So why should you upgrade?

In most cases, You probably shouldn’t. the only way we can currently recommend Blu-ray is in the PS3. If you are a gamer, looking for a new console, then why not go with the PS3. But in a stand alone player, no way.. Read the rest of this entry »


How to Start a Podcast

 Podcasting, a term and concept that is indeed growing in popularity is a by which to distribute audio or video files. Podcasting actually came from the words broadcast and Ipod. The Ipod, a popular MP3 player has really helped to launch the popularity of the podcast.

Podcast are actually quite simple to begin and can very easily be dispensed over the Internet. Creating a podcast is as simple as recording a digital audio via your computer using an inexpensive microphone. Recording software is another tool that you will find useful in recording and editing your podcast. There are free versions such as Audacity available for download online. Read the rest of this entry »

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