The worm that started wreaking havoc on Twitter last Saturday continues its attack. Already on its fourth attack, the new variation of the XSS continues to compromise Twitter accounts and post malicious tweets on Twitter users updates. [Read more…] about Twitter Worm Attacks Continue
Archives for April 2009
After rolling out its new Digg Toolbar which received quite some apprehension from critics, the Digg blog is announcing that the site’s search tool has just been improved, to put it in David Burka’s words -it is now 99.987% less sucks. [Read more…] about Digg Launches a Better Search Facility
Last time I checked, I’ve only got 73 Facebook friends. And probably 75% of them are what I could categorized as “active network”. If you are not like me, and has more Facebook friends than I have, then you must be asking right now, just how many Facebook friends are we allowed to have? [Read more…] about How Many Friends are You Allowed to Have on Facebook?
What else could probably come as an iPhone application? It’s a gaming platform, an e-book reader, a flashlight, a virtual beer, and now the iPhone has just become a free dictionary as well with the release of Dictionary.com’s iPhone app. So , now you have a handy dictionary minus the bulky form of a pocket dictionary that we use to know. [Read more…] about Dictionary.com Comes as a Free iPhone App
Have you heard about the new Friendfeed page that is currently in beta mode? If you haven’t, you might want to check it out. The new home page design is a big upgrade from the current cluttered and disorganized Friendfeed site. And if you’re both a Friendfeed and Twitter user, you’d immediately notice the striking resemblance between the Friendfeed in beta and Twitter’s home page. [Read more…] about Friendfeed vs. Twitter, Which Side Are You On?
Digg.com is rolling out it’s own toolbar called DiggBar which I could simply describe as a uber cool web tool. Whereas other site toolbars requires you to install a plug-in or script on your browser and then let it pop out by activating it from your browser’s Toolbar Menu before you can start using it, the DiggBar offers a faster way. [Read more…] about Digg Rolls Out its Cool DiggBar Tool