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Gmail V5

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Google has pre-released a new update for they’re Gmail app for Android that integrates the new G+ look into the app, personally I love it to bits, check it out and decide for your self

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Motorola to release the Moto 360 Today!

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Motorola’s new round smart watch the Moto 360 is being released at 11:00 CT today 05.09.2014.

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We give away free Bitcoins

20131231bitcoinfaucetWe have released our own Free Bitcoin Faucet!

It is connected to Microwallet which is a service that connects multiple faucets together.

Here’s an example.
There are a lot of faucets out there throwing away a tiny share of coins.
Some of them are big enough to support them selves, and some of them are small.
The small ones are often connected to a bigger system that combines them.

Say Amanda goes to one of the big faucets. She claims her share which are stored in that faucets temporary wallet before it gets payed out. Usually she would have to wait until she reach a certain amount before they send the payment to her Bitcoin address. But the thing is that she will have to wait until the timer runs out before she can claim again from that same faucet.

Our faucet has a timer as well, but what’s great about the fact that we are connected to a bigger system is that you can run off to the next faucet that is connected to the same system after claiming your amount from us.

We are planning on increasing the claim amount after a short while. We want to see how this goes first for a small period.
Please support this give-away by clicking the ads on that page after you have claimed. Nothing else, just a click.

Interested?
Please visit the link at the top, or click here.

How to Fix: Failed to set Event Logging (Citrix)

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You try to start your published Citrix app, but receive the error message: Failed to set Event Logging.
When you click “OK” the application continues to load and you will be logged in as normal.
Sometimes you notice that several apps (if you run a full desktop environment) don’t work.

The Solution

To resolve this, you need to find the file called appsrv.ini located in the user profile folder on the computer.

C:\Users\<Uername>\AppData\Roaming\ICAClient\

When you find it just delete the file.
During the next login, your client will regenerate a new file with the correct configuration and the error will be gone.

If this still don’t resolve your problem. You might need to access the Citrix server as an Admin and delete the same file on your Citrix Profile.
But hopefully you won’t need to do this.

The Cause

The error occurs if the user’s profile was moved after the Citrix plugin was installed. What happens then is that the log file path in the Users Appsrv.ini is incorrect.
Uninstalling and reinstalling does not resolve the issue..

GCHQ’s list of Exploit Tools

“What do we do when the government starts to attack us?”

hackerThe secretive British spy agency GCHQ has developed covert tools to seed the internet with false information.
The tools were created by GCHQ’s Joint Threat Research Intelligence Group (JTRIG), and constitute some of the most startling methods of propaganda.

Previously disclosed documents from the E. Snowden archive, have detailed that these tools has been used to “fake victim blog posts,” make “false flag operations,” set “honey traps” and psychological manipulation to target online activists, and monitor visitors to WikiLeaks, and spy on YouTube and Facebook users.

It looks like a hacker buffet of weaponized tools one can use to destroy other.

Wonder what kind of tools they have?

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Cyber war! Check who is attacking your country

A map over cyber attacks   I’ts no secret that allot of people around the world is trying to hack other peoples computers, be it governments, hacktivists or individual hackers. A company called Norse has generated a live map over these attacks using a vast network of “honeypot” machines that look like legitimate targets for hackers but in reality they are set up to be hacked so that one can track the attacks by monitoring the hacked “honeypots”. on the top of both Attackers and targets USA rests closely followed by China. Check out the map at this page, attacks are visible as “shots” from an attacker to it’s target in real-time.

(How-to) Framework 3.5 won’t install on Windows 8

For some reason, many people have problems installing/enabling Framework 3.5 in Windows 8 using the add remove windows features. Here’s how you easily do it the code style.

What you’ll need is:

  • Powershell (or Command prompt)
  • Windows 8 / 8.1
  • ISO, USB or any media containing any version of Windows 8 installation

Powershell

In windows 8, start up the “Powershell” console.
(This should work from the regular command prompt as well. Be sure to run this as “Administrator”.)

Run the following code int the terminal:

dism.exe /online /enable-feature /featurename:NetFX3 /Source:d:\sources\sxs /LimitAccess

Be sure to check which drive letter the installation media is at, and change the “/Source:**driveletter**:\sources\sxs” to the one you have on your computer. The “d” was only an example.

Framwork 3.5 should now be installed.
The best part by doing it this way is that you do not need to reboot your computer after the installation.
Had this been installed using the “Add / remove Windows feature” a reboot had to take place to install the updgrade

How to resize WordPress Widget Area

How many times have you posted an Ad or anything else into one of your widget areas on wordpress, and realized that it doesn’t fit the widgets layout or size?
YES, this is VERY frustrating, but look no further. We have the solution!

A lot of you have custom made themes out there, and some of you may also have created your own in “Artisteer”, an easy to use application that makes good themes for different platforms.
The problem with most of the themes out there is that there is no good definition around the naming of widget areas. To be honest, i don’t think this is your first thoughts when whipping up a theme for your site.
It’s not until later that you realize that one of the widget areas of your theme are too small or not fitting the content you put into it.

Luckily, there are hope out there!
Even thou the widget area has not been defined as something normal that would make sense to us in form of text in the themes CSS code, it has been defined, but you need to look for it.
Here’s how you do it.

The first thing you need is a web browser. (Hopefully you are using one to see this webpage.)
The second thing you need in your browser is a plugin that has the ability to inspect the code on your site.
In this example we will use the FireFox browser with a plugin called “FireBug”.

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There are Inspection plugins for almost every browser, but FireFox is the one we use (or at least what I use, i don’t know about the rest of the staff)

If you don’t have Firefox and wish to use it, you can get it here.

If you have FireFox, but is missing the FireBug plugin, you can find this here.

Now let’s begin.

Now this should be basic for every browser.Open up you page where you can see your widget area.
Start your Inspector plugin. In FireFox you right click somewhere on your page and click “Inspect Element with FireBug
Click on “Click an Element in the page to Inspect
You will now see that places on your page will be marked as you move your cursor around your page.
Find the outer border of the widget you wish to alter, and click it. In the inspector view below you will now see the code of the area that you have clicked.

Now, here’s the trick.
In this area, look for a string called: <div id=”text-*some numbers*”> The ** would be a number. If you inspect our page, you will see that the top widget is called <div id=”text-14″>

Remember that number, and logon to your admin page.

codeYou need to have JetPack plugin for this to work.
Go to “Appearance –> Edit CSS”
Now in the Editor that comes up, write the following code;

#text-14 {
height: auto;
}

Change the number 14 with the number you have to change the size.
In this case we used “auto” on the height. This auto adjust the height based on the content.
If you need to set a specific size, just type height: <your size in pixels>px (ex. “height: 60px;”)

Click save, and have a look at your page.
It should have changed the size of your widget box.

NB: Guess this only works with the Text box widgets. That’s why it shows up as text-14. We haven’t tried with the other widgets.

How to Get Free bitcoins with Nordic Vikings

We all want to be part of the modern new currency that everyone is talking about.Get Free Bitcoins
The problem today is that this new coin is very, VERY hard to mine out, and I think most of us also don’t have the equipment to do so either.

But luckily there is other ways to get some of this stable great coin.
(YES it is stable compared to most other failed crypto currencies out there without mentioning any names)

So how to get some?

Well many websites offers free donations \ faucets \ CPC  (Coins per Click)\ Coins for Task \ and so on..
We have taken the time to collect the best places out there to actually get coins. And for those of us who don’t have supreme mining equipment, it sure is faster than mining the coin.
Yes, this is some sort of advertisement for ourselves, but we have done a great deal of work and gone through a lot of donation sites to exclude the the one’s that really don’t give you any good amount of coin.

But what can i do with the small amount?

Hey, keep in mind as we say “You won’t get rich!”
But what you can do with your small collection is to take them to a CryptoExchanger website, and exchange them into other new Crypto Currencies.
With a little logic, you should be able to know which one’s that may rise and which one’s that will crash.
And with a little luck if you play your coins very spot-on you can actually make a few coins in no time.
As an example, we went in with 1 Litecoin. We sold this when the price was high, and exchanged them into DogeCoins. And then just before the Olympics  2014 the DogeCoin community donated $25 000 in dogecoins to the Jamaican Bobsleigh Team, and guess what?! The coin value went sky high!
And guess what. We sold them and got even more bitcoins!

If you don’t believe the Jamaican Bobsleigh story, have a look at the article that “the Guardian” wrote by clicking here

So, what are you waiting for?
Go have a look. It’s only going to take a small minute of your time.
And if you like it, well awesome!
And if you don’t, well thanks for giving it a try.

To access the site we set up, just click the link below, or the fancy logo.

http://freebitcoin.nordic-vikings.net

How to solve “This Slideshow Requires JavaScript” in WordPress

wpphpOften when you add a slideshow this normally works.
But if you have a custom made, home made, or payable theme, this error will pop up where the slideshow should have been

So, how do we solve this?

The reason is that the coder of this theme have forgotten to import the “wp_footer” function code into the footer.php file.

Log onto you blog, and go to “Appearance –> Editor”
Locate the footer.php on the right side and click it.
(Make sure your in the correct theme)
Go to the bottom of the file that appears in the editor window.
Just above “</body></HTML>” add the following line

<?php wp_footer(); ?>

It should now look like;

Example:
<?php echo stripslashes(get_theme_mod(‘track_code’)); ?>
<!–end: blog tracking–>
<?php } else { ?>
<?php } ?>
<?php wp_footer(); ?>
</body></HTML>

Click “Update File” and go have a look if this solved the problem.

 

In some rare cases you need to also add the “wp_head” tag, as we noticed that this might cause some problems as well.

Just write it in using the same method, but only on the “header.php” file.

add the following line:

<?php wp_head(); ?>

 

Hopefully this solves your slideshow problem.

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