Learn a lot more pertaining to captchas

The phrase CAPTCHA may sound strange initially but honestly we’re all working with it daily of our lives. The world wide web is really a platform that enables us to communicate in rapid and economic manner. Nonetheless, this has its personal problems because the World wide web can also be plagued with spammers and there is lot of spam and junk mail that’s doing the rounds. CAPTCHA would...
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Blogging Philosophy

Chris Lawrence has a post on blogging frequency and the like. This explains a lot of my recent rollback in posting. I have other commitments over the next couple of months and blogging has started to feel like a chore. I have noticed a steep dropoff in people that are hitting the main page since I didn’t resume my normal blogging after Memorial Day. Apparently my traffic levels were tied heavily...
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Roundup Post

With the cutback in blogging around here I’ve had more time to read. Here’s a quick roundup: * Dan Spencer has a number of good posts. For a post on the Zarqwi aid that was nabbed, look here. For a post on Kerry’s missed vote on the bioshield, look here. For a post on Kerry’s reduced idealism, look here. * Spoons has an excellent link to the biggest dork on the planet. He’s not kidding. *...
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Early Adopters

This is a big story around the blogosphere of late — see Spoons, Glenn and Roger — and I thought I’d add my two cents. As far back as 1998 I had abandoned television altogether and was getting my news exclusively from the Internet. I was a CNN junkie starting in college in the late 1980s — I loved their use of Reagan’s famous words “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this...
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Light Blogging

After spreading so much sunshine over the blogosphere the past few days, blogging will be light until Thursday evening. Check out the blogs to the right — the ones highlighted in red in particular — for recent postings. Bush <> Hitler.
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New Year’s Blogging Resolutions

I have many resolutions, or goals, in mind for this year — it will be a busy year if I manage to keep them — but only two related to blogging: 1. Link to other sites more. I’ve never been a big linker — though I was among the first to display TrackBacks inline, in November 2002 — which makes it surprising that I get linked to as often as I do. One thing I’ve learned...
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The Theory Of Moral Sentiments

I actually felt sick today. Not because of the Cubs game, just ill and slept most of the day to recuperate. I woke up to find Spoons is blogging again and, more interestingly, Adam Smith told him to do it: Are you in adversity? Do not mourn in the darkness of solitude, do not regulate your sorrow according to the indulgent sympathy of your intimate friends; return, as soon as possible, to the day-light...
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