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Imagine no SSL encryption, it’s scary if you try

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Some sound advice. To test a website, you do not need to put in the port number. The test will default to port 443 (HTTPS). So I was able to test Dreamhost.com by just using “dreamhost.com” in the form. At the time I tested, dreamhost had not updated to the fixed version of OpenSSL, and so the test reported it …

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Disqus is Testing a New Form of Advertising

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At some point I was considering switching to Disqus for comments, now I am glad I did not. Also, I find it interesting how the explanation sounds defensive (and not clear). Do not get me wrong though, I think it’s completely legitimate to try to monetize the huge community Disqus has built; I just believe there should be a way …

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Hover, finally a registrar which feels right!

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I used to have my domains registered at godaddy.com, and I moved away a couple of years ago because I could not stand all the ads and clutter in godaddy’s pages. Then I moved the domains to bluehost.com, mainly to make things simpler (I am hosting my sites at BlueHost), but now they have started charging $10 per year for …

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Data roaming fees

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When will somebody have a look into data roaming prices? The situation today is becoming quite difficult for people who travel regularly. I remember a couple of years ago, I used to tether my 3G phone without worries, especially while traveling abroad; the service worked well, and it wasn’t even billed. Now, since the introduction of more powerful mobile devices, …

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