Red robot rant…

Red robots brightly shouting to stop!

Futuristic android swaying traffic – a sea of cars going places, meeting faces – human rat race is the maze we’re in.

Tall totem-pole-like sign of the times – to only but switch lanes on this life-made path we find.

Burning sensation as tongue touches scorching metal part – crimson tides now flowing by.

Yeilding now in my train of thought – right quick derailed, but I keep moving on…

But, wait! Here’s the end of the road.
Movements’ blocked – lost in traction – simply lost.
Stuck on words gone – flights of flocks now tugging on my golden-brown locks. Pen acts as a glock – writing on end, never cease – to never stop!

For ten minutes at least, seems simple on this street of ease – but things are never quite as it seems – so I’ll wait and see where this untimely mystery ends up taking me.

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A tidbit of info on how to keep your computer safe…

How to use a public computer wisely

If you are anything like me, you will have wondered on numerous occasions – how safe it is really to use computers in a public library, Internet café, or other public places?

Especially when connecting your external hard drive to these type mediums. Will I lose all my information and important documents? Will my private data become public domain, accessible and seen by all?

It is very important to keep your personal information and financial information safe at all times, especially when using a public computer.

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Tech news yo!!! Read on…

Free tool to download YouTube High Definition Videos

You can now download videos from YouTube and save it to your computer with YouTube Downloader HD which is a free tool. The videos can be converted to avi video format or to mp4 (compatible with iPod, iPhone). It has the ability to download High Quality videos and High Definition videos from YouTube.

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Cyber Security only securing cyber chaos

Why is it that one cannot even be safe online these days? What am I going on about – you might wonder?
Well – having just logged online a few minutes ago – only to find that there is yet another rogue anti-spyware out to get its hands on my hard-earned cash!

Cyber Security is the latest in scams! Pretending to be a spyware remover, this application has one primary objective: to scare its victims into purchasing its licensed version.

Cyber Security, also referred to as: CyberSecurity, doesn’t deviate much from the typical and most widely practiced tactics of PC parasite infiltration.

Cyber Security tends to use affiliated backdoor Trojans, usually Trojan Vundo or Zlob, in order to ensure hidden penetration into the targeted machine is successful.

Once inside the designated system, Cyber Security will obscurely create hundreds of fake malware entities in the infiltrated system.

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Techy savvy anyone? Read on for some new techy tidbits

How to download files safely, without putting your computer at risk!CBP_2_by_geekiest

The Internet is a haven of vast and immense information and software, all of which can easily be obtained by simply downloading it onto your computer.

However, even though downloading files from the Internet have many advantages, there are just as many disadvantages. Before downloading any file to your computer, you should be aware of a few things – knowledge of which will only help you keep your computer safe from any virus threats.

First things first – look at the file size of the file that you want to download. For example, should you want to download freeware software from a web site and you know that the software file size should be around 12 or 13 MB, but upon closer inspection you see that the file size is 234 KB. This should sound off warning bells in your mind, as it is highly likely that this file size is in fact a virus or Trojan, due to the simple fact that the file size was just not right.

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What’s new in the world of tech? Read on to see…

MicroSoft Corp has warned users of Internet Explorer 7 (IE7) that attackers are actively using a critical bug in the browser, and to take countermeasures in lieu of a patch. Users running IE7 in Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 are at risk.

Three things IE7 users can do to protect themselves:

1. Set”Internet”and “Local Internet” security zones to “high”. Users must select “Internet Options” from Tools menu, click the Security tab, click on “Internet”, then move the slider to “High” setting. Repeat for “Local Internet”. Click OK.

2. Disable Active Scripting. Choose “Internet Options” from Tools menu, click the Security tab, click “Internet” icon and then the “Custom level” button. In the ensuing dialog, under the “Scripting” section, in the “Active scripting” item, click “Disable”, then OK.
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A closer look at Pop Culture – Famous folly or flaming ego-mania?

Beauty_and_Death_by_cabotineccoDiva behaviour
A look at celebville and the outrageous requests tinseltown folk are prone to make.

If you were a mega-star and well accustomed to hundreds of fans and groupies chanting your name, vying for your attention and million-dollar autograph – would you feel entitled and justified enough to insist that certain outrageous and sometimes outright bizarre requests be met?

Well, you might not, but there certainly are a few celebs that think they are entitled extra special treatment, often they liken themselves to a demi-god status and expect to be treated as such.

Sexy back or diva attack?
Singer, songwriter Justin Timberlake has enjoyed the reputation of being the ‘nice-guy’. However, on his recent tour to Australia, he has somewhat tainted his squeaky-clean image, as he reportedly snubbed his Australian fans and was just plain moody all round…

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