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50 Fantastic Google Spreadsheet Shortcuts for Students
Science & Tech  (tags: Google Spreadsheet, Students, Learning, Data, Email )

Nancy
- 1332 days ago - onlinecollege.org
If you're a busy college student, the more ways you have to accomplish things quickly, the better. That's where things like keyboard shortcuts can come in handy,
Hotmail E-Mails 'Missing' From Accounts
Science & Tech  (tags: hotmail, email, microsoft, accounts )

Deena
- 1452 days ago - bbc.co.uk
A number of people with Hotmail accounts have posted complaints on Microsoft forums complaining that their e-mails have been deleted.
Email Usage Statistics Across U.S. (Infographic)
Science & Tech  (tags: internet, technology, email, US, data, infographic, information, internet data, statistics )

Alber
- 1599 days ago - rackspace.com
Ever wonder which states work the longest hours or the oddest hours? Here is an interesting graphic showing work behavior broken down by State and Regions. The data was compiled based on Email usage trends.
Computer Virus Disrupts Royal Navy Email and Internet
Science & Tech  (tags: technology, science, computers, virus, Royal Navy, email, internet )

Beatrice
- 2166 days ago - telegraph.co.uk
We can confirm there is a computer virus affecting a small number of MoD systems, however there is no impact on operations," said the spokesperson. "The virus has not specifically been targeted at the MoD.
Locked Out of Your Email? Tough Luck
Science & Tech  (tags: email, identity security, Gmail, Yahoo, Microsoft, passwords, tech support )

RC
- 2273 days ago - nytimes.com
If you screw up entering your id & password information enough times, Gmail will lock up your account - and there's no one to call. Same for Microsoft & Yahoo, unless you are a premium paying customer. What to do?
The Kaminsky Hole
Science & Tech  (tags: Kaminsky Hole, domain names, domain name system, email, hacking, privacy, security )

RC
- 2330 days ago - nytimes.com
A major vulnerability in the Internet Domain Name System is exposing sensitive information to the not-so-tender mercies of hackers. A Russian physicist was able to hack the system in10 hours, and this flaw could impact email as well as web sites.
E-Wasted: Where Will Your Computer and IPod Go to Die?
Science & Tech  (tags: computers, desktop, e-waste, electronic waste, email, energy, iPhone, iPod, recycling, tech )

Jeff
- 2334 days ago - sustainablog.org
Each year, ten million computers land in the toxic graves that are landfills. Nestled among other CPUs and laptops and monitors, their lifeblood oozes out. A guest post from Simran Sethi and Sarah Smarsh.
Hack Attack on Tibet Groups Could Hint at China's Anti-U.S. Tactic
Science & Tech  (tags: hacking, trojans, viruses, email )

Jan
- 2441 days ago - popularmechanics.com
Meanwhile, a quieter online conflict has come into focus, with Tibetan rights groups saying they are facing a growing number of digital attacks--even more than when protests first escalated.
FBI Got More Than It Asked For Through Email Glitch
Science & Tech  (tags: domestic surveillance, human error, email, spying, FBI, National Security agency, technology )

RC
- 2504 days ago - nytimes.com
Email from an entire undisclosed domain was turned over to the FBI because of a technical error blamed on the service prodiver. Instead of giving access to the one email account authorized by a judge, the FBI was privy to all email on that domain.
Gmail, Yahoo, Facebook , And More -- Email Services At Risk Of Hacking
Science & Tech  (tags: Gmail, email, Yahoo, Myspace, Facebook, hacking, hackers )

Ben
- 2519 days ago - blogmyway.org
Google Gmail was thought to be very secured but researcher found out that even after you had connected to your Gmail's account using SSL connection, hacker could still hijacked your session and accessed your Gmail's account. How? This Gmail's vulnerabil
E-Mail Is Easy to Write (and to Misread)
Science & Tech  (tags: interesting, internet, email, interaction, misread, misleading, internet, research, technology )

Dave
- 2633 days ago - nytimes.com
AS I was in the final throes of getting my most recent book into print, an employee at the publishing company sent me an e-mail message that stopped me in my tracks. I had met her just once, at a meeting. We were having an e-mail exchange about . . .
   

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