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Win a 24″ Wide Screen LCD Monitor

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Where would you go when you wanna make money online? Where else John Chow dot Com right?,Now John Chow dot com is up to something really cool. This time they are giving away a brand new 24″ wide screen LCD monitor! from LG Electronics. The L245WP is the latest in a string of award winning monitors from LG. The wide screen LCD features digital HDMI input, 1920×1200 resolution, 1000 to 1 contrast ratio and a fast 8ms response time. The contest is sponsored by BlueFur, who wants to let you know that they’re hosting Canada and the rest of the world. Its really easy to join the contest so why don’t you give it a try? -SeeJay

How to use Multiple Gmail accounts at once with Firefox

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Not only Gmail you can login to any site using any number of user names at the same time. No need to log out and login again with another user name.This easy trick is really a time saver.

30 Firefox Extensions used by the best Web Developers in the world

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Did you know that Firefox is a very Powerful web developing tool? Here are the top 30 extremely useful Firefox Extensions to increase your Web Developing Productivity.

Use the same Firefox Wherever you go!

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There was a time when all the internet cafes and office computers had only Internet Explorer installed. Few of us Firefox fans missed our Firefox running home computer very much at that time. Luckily now almost every computer has Firefox installed so we don’t have to worry about missing all those invaluable features like tabbed browsing, keyboard short cuts etc.
But there’s another problem. We miss all our favorite Extensions Book marks and themes when we are outside. 🙁 Don’t worry theres a nice way we can solve that problem.read more at the CyberCapital.Org

Easily Stop Firefox from Consuming Your Cpu Cycles

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You may be thinking that you have done all the things to stop this nasty habit of Firefox. But have you tried this? I’ve done this is Firefox 2.0.0.3 but this will work with all the other versions of Firefox. Ok! here’s the trick.

1. Type about:config in the address bar and press Enter to get the Firefox expert configuration page.
2. Type browser.cache.disk.capacity in the Filter text box.
3. Modify the value to 16384
4. Restart Firefox and there you go!
After doing this, CPU usage for Firefox should stay under 10%
-SeeJay

Yahooooooo! We got PayPal in Sri Lanka!

Yahooooooo! We got PayPal in Sri Lanka! published on No Comments on Yahooooooo! We got PayPal in Sri Lanka!

Yes guys! Finally PayPal supports Sri Lanka. I don’t need to remind you how things sucked without it. But I was wondering why didn’t anyone Blogged about it yet? Didn’t you guys know? It’s been a week now. Am I the only one who needed it? I’m sure I’m not. 😆 -SeeJay

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2.6.21.4 fixes three vulnerabilities

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Linux kernel 2.6.21.4, fixes three vulnerabilities. A null pointer dereference in netfilter can cause the kernel to crash when processing certain connections. This bug can be triggered remotely. In addition, as a result of a bug in the
cpuset_tasks_read function, users logged onto the system can read part of the kernel memory. This may allow an attacker to access protected information. Finally the kernel also harbors a bug which affects the way seeds for generating random numbers are generated where the system has no entropy source. This may result in applications which rely on random number generators being less secure. -SeeJay