Death of Neil Armstrong: Hoax by Social Media

Today, August 27 2013, a hoax news has been spread over the social media sites (Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus) about the death of Neil Armstrong. Actually, the first man walked on moon died on August 25, 2012.

ABC News updated  a new video to commemorate the anniversary of his death. The update accidentally changed the timestamp on their mobile site, so when others saw and shared the story, it looked like it was a new story that was published on Aug. 27, 2013. What a technical fault!

FB Malicious Post: Just 14 years Old drunk girl did this infront of all Public

Recently, social networking sites users are getting a post titled “Just 14 years Old drunk girl did this infront of all Public“. If anyone chicks it, the request is forwared to “” . The link goes to a malicious website which tricks you to download a malicious program that will infect your computer. Don’t like/ comment/ share this post.

Change Title of a WordPress Site

Sometimes its a bit confusing to change title of a  wordpress site. The easiest ways to do so are as follows

1. dashboard -> settings ->

you will arrive on the General Settings page. The top slot is for Blog Title – type one in. The next is for a Tagline – type one in or remove what’s there scroll to the very bottom and click “save changes”

2. All in One SEO setting

Sometimes it is under the All in One SEO package setting. Set/ change the Home page Title there.

MAC Shortcuts

MAC Keyboard shortcuts not only makes nicer user experience and also cut down on the time needed to do a task. They can also just be plain cool. Mac OS X has many shortcuts ready and willing to do your bidding, but also has many hidden and unknown shortcuts. I have compiled some coolest keyboard shortcuts in Mac OS X. Continue reading MAC Shortcuts

Zigbee IP is introduced

Zigbee wireless network technology has existed for many years, used by home automation and other embedded equipment. Last week, a new extension to the standard called Zigbee IP is introduced. Zigbee IP enables IPv6 devices to join these networks, an essential capability needed to get home appliances and other fixtures like light bulbs onto the Internet. Having your light bulbs on the Internet sounds like a funny idea, but there are some practical applications, such as controlling home energy costs. In fact, wireless lightbulbs with IP addresses have existed for awhile and Zigbee IP just makes the technology more standard. On the other hand, giving network hackers a way to remotely interfere with your home appliances doesn’t sound like much fun at all.

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