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The Copyright Alert System: How the New “Six Strikes” Anti-Piracy Program Works


This week marks the rollout of the long delayed “Copyright Alert System” aka the six strike anti-piracy program. It’s a bit confusing at a glance, but it’s not nearly as powerful as you’d think. Here’s how the system works, how it’ll affect you, and everything else you need to know.

The Copyright Alert System is a policy created by the Center for Copyright Information with backing from the RIAA and other copyright organizations along with the major internet service providers: AT&T, Cablevision, Comcast, Time Warner, and Verizon. The group monitors peer-to-peer file transfers, and sends out email notices when it detects you’re downloading copyrighted material. Read More…


Fastest Internet Service Providers in the U.S 2012



When it comes to gauging the speed of your Internet connection, you can’t always rely on what your Internet service provider tells you. It may say it’s providing a certain level of service—say 15 Megabits per second (Mbps) download speed—but the way your Netflix videos rebuffer and the time it takes to load web pages suggest otherwise. Now we’re ready to present the data collected during that time and pinpoint exactly what vendor has earned the title of fastest ISP. We break it down for you nationally. Read More…

Clients and Pricing

Why is it that some agencies and freelancers can charge premium prices while delivering low-quality work?

We’ve all seen this time and time again.

It’s not hard to find stories of people paying tens of thousands of dollars for mediocre design or development. In fact, maybe you’ve inherited some of this work in the past and have had to repair it.

Sometimes clients aren’t satisfied with the results, but often — and this is the crazy part — they’re happy with the results, even if they could’ve received better work at a much lower price from you. Read More…

Apple iPhone 5 Live Coverage

Here are some links to the websites where you can get the complete coverage of the Apple event. These sites will be live blogging the iPhone 5 media event.

USTREAM – (Live Video)

1. Gizmodo iPhone 5 Live Blog: As the event progresses, Gizmodo will cover it all live throughout the day here.

2. SlashGear Live: SlashGear will be live blogging the Apple press event here. The site will also post instant photos from the event in its live portal.

3. The Verge Live Blog: The Verge will be live blogging Apple’s announcement of the next iPhone here.

4. Engadget Live Blog: You can get live updates of the Apple iPhone 5 event in the live blog page provided by Engadget.

5. TechnoBuffalo iPhone 5 Live Blog: You can also bookmark this site for live blog coverage of the Apple media event.

6. AnandTech: AnandTech will be live blogging Apple’s announcement of the next iPhone here.

7. iMore Live: iMore will be live blogging Apple’s announcement of the next iPhone here.

8. PC Advisor Live Blog: PC Advisor will get you live news from Apple’s media event.

9. PCMag: You can join PCMag’s live blog page here.

10. Time Techland: Time Techland will be live blogging the Apple press event here.

11. Macworld Live: Macworld will be offering live coverage of the Apple iPhone 5 announcement here.

OpenVPN MyPBX Tutorial by Lemuel Boyce

Start with with creating your custom inittab file which should be put in the /persistent directory.

To create the inittab file use VI as it is the only text editor enabled on the MyPBX systems.

Command: vi /persistent/inittab , you could either write these settings as illustrated in the image bellow or

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