*Yep, some of us actually have in-boxes that hold ninety-seven-thousand unread messages…some even more.
If you’re a Gmail account holder, there is something you can actually do if you want to say, delete your entire in-box in one click (I choose that one!), or even track which websites is giving out your information.
Check out what you may not have known about your Gmail features before (I guess that’s why they call them secrets).
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*Everyone gets attached to the way they navigate the internet.
Whether it be using Yahoo e-mail or Instagram for your photos, there are ways you get around the internet that are familiar and comfortable for you. But some of us are getting ready to endure a small change.
The Hotmail users out there are getting ready to involuntarily and/or voluntarily switch over to Microsoft’s Outlook. Don’t fret though, you can still use your Hotmail address, but the format of your e-mail will be different, according to the Los Angeles Times.
The upgrade to Microsoft’s products and the launch of new ones are also a push to get you to embrace the magical Cloud.
*Online security seems to be a joke these days.
The government gets hacked, the websites get hacked, Facebook is spamming up folks pages from hacks.
What’s going on? The latest security breach that was set to shut down users Internet capability on Monday was bad enough, but now comes another one hitting the free e-mail and Internet provider sites.
Yahoo! had to send out an alert Thursday that a security breach involving the theft of over 400,000 users’ passwords may have spilled over to other popular e-mail providers like Gmail, AOL, and Hotmail, according to the New York Times. (more…)
*The Trayvon Martin case is sojourning forward and bringing forth a lot more cases like it.
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But in the meantime, the Martin case is getting uglier by the minute as all types of evidence against the murderer George Zimmerman surface.
But, just as evidence against him surfaces, racists have come out of the woodwork to slander the victim.
The latest disrespect aimed at Trayvon Martin is from a white supremacist that calls himself “Klanklannon.”
Whoever the person is, he hacked his e-mails, Facebook and MySpace page and gave out his password and took his personal messages and placed them on four slides to give foundation to Zimmerman’s defense making Martin appear to be some sort of “thug.” (more…)