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November 11, 2011#

jQuery 1.7 Released!

jQuery, the popular JavaScript framework, released its latest and greatest version this Nov. 3. This release does a very good job at being backwards compatible with Internet Explorer 6/7/8, boast better performance,  better supports HTML5 for Internet Explorer 6/7/8, and introduces a new Event API: .on() and .off() which unifies event handling so there’s no need to use bind(), delegate() or the older live() calls. Continue Reading

October 20, 2011#

Google Begins Encrypting Searches

Effective today, if you conduct a Google search while logged into your Google account your searches will begin encrypted over from insecure HTTP to encrypted HTTPS. HTTPS which stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure safeguards you from any third-party, such as hackers, from trying to steal your information as it is being passed over the web. Also, Continue Reading

October 16, 2011#

Proposed Internet Censorship Bill “Protect IP Act of 2011 S.968”

I hate to drop politics here but I promise reading this will be worth your while. There’s a proposed bill “Protect IP Act of 2011 S.968” (PIPA) that aims to give the Department of Justice here in the US power that could force search engines and ISP’s to block users access to the Internet. If passed, this will have a direct impact on us all. Just think the recent internet censorship in China but bigger. Continue Reading