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A Free Guide to Protecting Your Web Site Against #Phishing   Scams -  http://www.businessworldit.com/guide-protecting-web-site-phishing-scams

Phishing scams are a serious problem around the world. The number of attacks – and their level of sophistication – has skyrocketed in recent years. If you have a website and do business online, you are probably at risk.

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Google Chrome 30 Stable Has Been Officially Released

New chrome allows users to search the Web by image even easier than before. No need to install any extensions . Thank you Google!

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India Vs China - A Tale of Two countries
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Where we can, we must give things a meaningful shape.The world isn't just the way it is. It is how we understand it, no? And in understanding something, we bring something to it, no? Doesn't that make life telling a story of something always become a story?... 
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Stellar Homicide

With the aid of a telescope at Mount Haleakala in Hawaii, researchers were able to observe a supermassive black hole in the process of devouring a star. Of course black holes have a penchant for sucking in stellar bodies, but what makes this significant is that it was observed from start to finish, giving astrophysicists precious new information on how the process looks like when it begins. This computer simulation shows the time period in which a star first begins its final ascent into a black hole. The strong gravitational forces tidally shred the star, ejecting some of its gases into space. Astronomers observe this energy release as a flare in uv and visible light as the gas falls back into the black hole. In any case with the data collected it looks like a cut and dry case for NASA CSI ;)

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