Free training certificates : Here’s how to get your blog (or any other RSS or Atom feed) to automatically feed your twitter account.
1. Create a new user on twitter.com (or use your existing one)
This user will post your blog entries – twitterfeed needs to know your twitter account username and password so that you can your blog to update twitter on your behalf!
2. Sign in to twitterfeed using OpenID
OpenID is a template for providing a unique link between web pages. You can sign up for OpenID for your own free account, or you can even use your existing blog ID’s. A list of OpenID providers can be found here: http://wiki.openid.net//OpenIDServers
3. Give twitterfeed the URL for your blog’s RSS feed and specify how often it should feed twitter!
The twitterfeed server will check your blog for RSS Feeds at the scheduled time and then publish the new posts of your blog on your twitter account!
See the service at http://twitterfeed.com
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If you are one of the people who spend a lot of time on the Internet, it is very likely that you have chosen various online applications to carry out your various tasks. Mozilla has developed a very interesting tool that allows you to run online applications locally, taking advantage of the capabilities of the computer . This is Prism 1.0 , formerly known as Webrunner .
Prism 1.0 is currently in beta , however it seems to be doing very well. Running a web application through it gives the feeling that it is a typical desktop program. Also, the user has the option for modifications to the fonts and other features of the applications.
Panda Security recently announced the worldwide release of the trial version of Panda Cloud Antivirus , the first free cloud-based thin-client antivirus on the market with 50% less impact on PC performance compared to the average. Consumers can download the free product.
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At the Worldwide Developers Conference held in California, Apple presented the next version of the Safari 4 web browser, which came out of the test phase, with 150 (!!!) additional features.
It coincides with the appearance of Opera 10 Beta and Google Chrome 2.0 and according to the people in charge, it is the easiest and fastest browser as it passes all the ACID tests at 100%, when Internet Explorer 8 catches only 21%.
In fact, it has ” crash resistance” which means that if one card gets stuck, the rest will work normally (hmmm good!).
Of course there are also visual changes, with the tabs returning to their familiar position below the addresses.
With Panda Cloud Antivirus, Panda Security introduces a new protection model that uses the ‘thin-client agent and server’ architecture, which processes and prevents malware more efficiently than locally installed signature-based products. By moving the entire process of detecting and detecting malware in the cloud and by applying non-intrusion blocking techniques to the client architecture, Panda Cloud Antivirus is able to provide advanced protection against new and unknown viruses with a very light ‘thin- client agent
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Traditional computer antivirus products rely on multiple locally installed technologies that block each file on different layers (access points, system files, and execution) and detect them using various techniques (antivirus, heuristic, intrusion prevention, behavior analysis, etc.) . This process results in heavy use of the local memory resources of the computer and the processor, thus adversely affecting its performance. Panda Cloud Antivirus ‘thin-client agent’ introduces a new philosophy for on-access asynchronous cloud-scanning. Combines local tracking technologies with real-time cloud-scanning to maximize results while minimizing resource consumption.
Panda Cloud Antivirus includes local and remote antivirus, anti-spyware, anti-rootkit, heuristic and goodware cache, consuming only an average of 17 MB of RAM and 50% of the average performance of the computer compared to the average.