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When you want to place a bet online, which gaming site do you choose? There are new of online casinos appearing on the Internet every week. Some of these new entries into the market try to attract visitors with bouncy graphics, sound, flash and glitter. They entice with attractive sign-up bonuses that are likely too generous to be true.
Published by Marlene Affeld 54 months ago in Internet Culture | +0 votes | 0 comments
Inventing is in the middle of a huge boom, fuelled by the web. The US alone approves some 180,000 new patents every year. People never cease creating new ideas for products and services, and refining existing patents, a talent that has grown by leaps and bounds since the days of iconic names like Bell, Edison, Ford, Eastman and Hoover in the past. But it is the easy communication enabled by the internet which gives the new wave of inventing its dynamic.
Published by Leslie Kendall 70 months ago in Internet Culture | +0 votes | 0 comments
Thoughts on women making money through writing through time.
Published by Nora K Anthony 82 months ago in Internet Culture | +1 votes | 1 comments
Business leaders must learn technologies to succeed.
Published by Santi Chacon 83 months ago in Internet Culture | +1 votes | 0 comments
Positive and negative results of the spread of drug use on internet pro-drug forums
Published by Elizabeth Freund 83 months ago in Internet Culture | +0 votes | 3 comments
Who is Anonymous? What is Anonymous? Get the facts on the Anonymous movement and "organization" (which isn't really an organization in the traditional sense).
Published by Matt 84 months ago in Internet Culture | +9 votes | 4 comments
We should take care what we share in our Facebook. There are pros and cons to facebook status updates. Some information should be kept private. Etiquette should still be observed online.
Published by Bellatwix 93 months ago in Internet Culture | +8 votes | 4 comments
A forum moderator shares some tips with posters.
Published by Shannon Richey 93 months ago in Internet Culture | +2 votes | 0 comments
In a previous Factoidz article, unrelated to this present series, we examined a few basic HTML codes which are potentially useful to any Factoidz writer. I strongly recommend that a writer who doesn't master HTML code read my more elementary article before going through this one. This Factoidz series is an introductory tutorial on how to create tables with HTML code. One must keep in mind that this is simply a practical reference, which by no means approaches HTML from a critical point of view; ...
Published by Kyapa 94 months ago in Internet Culture | +3 votes | 1 comments
In a previous Factoidz article, we examined a few basic HTML codes which are potentially useful to any Factoidz writer. I strongly recommend that a writer who doesn't master HTML code read my more elementary article before going through this one. This Factoidz is an introductory article about how to create tables with HTML code. One must keep in mind that this is simply a practical reference, which by no means approaches HTML from a critical point of view; simply put, most people would probably ...
Published by Kyapa 94 months ago in Internet Culture | +1 votes | 1 comments
Rather than truncating parts of my text or abusively using the spacebar, one method I use to get around this issue is simple HTML commands. While the actual text box itself does come equiped with useful command buttons, such as buttons to add or remove links, make text bold or italic, or add an image, many other commands not included in this box exist, such as underlining a text or changing its colour. This article is meant to be an introduction to using HTML to write one's Factoidz.
Published by Kyapa 94 months ago in Internet Culture | +6 votes | 3 comments
Initially, it was the radio then it was followed by the television, and now itÂ’s the Internet. The difference is that the cyberspace is user-driven, not moderated, and anyone can access it and anyone can contribute. It provides the populace a rich source of information, entertainment, music, news, and controversy. Heck it even gives the users a plethora of useless and unreliable data. What more can one ask for?
Published by meiji15 94 months ago in Internet Culture | +4 votes | 4 comments
Google started April Fools' Day off shortly after midnight by releasing a fake news article claiming that it was changing its name to Topeka.
Published by Dustin LaBarge 94 months ago in Internet Culture | +9 votes | 0 comments
Think you're the same person now that you were then? Take a look at how technology has changed the way you talk.
Published by Timothy Kane 95 months ago in Internet Culture | +2 votes | 2 comments
Lady Gaga's fast becoming a musical sensation with the hit "Bad Romance. It'a definitely a new vibe we're offered by Lady Gaga.
Published by Donald Pennington 97 months ago in Internet Culture | +4 votes | 3 comments
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