Month: May 2019


Government Licensing Internet? Hells No!

In what is sure to bring a great deal of heat down on Microsoft, one of their top executives has recently proposed that the government should begin licensing access to the internet.

The suggestion was made by Scott Cheney, a Microsoft security official, at a conference in Berlin. Cheney suggested that the government be able to restrict who is and who is unable to access the internet, with certain precautions in place. Cheney has suggested that PC’s infected with malware and other dangerous programming be quarantined and be denied access to the internet.

At the conference, Cheney also suggested that the government use special programs be implemented so that both specialized firms, as well as the government, could “track and control” computers. He compared the program to the CDC.

You think ‘the man’ should be licencing internet access?


I Like It Facebook Status

‘Like It’ Facebook Status

Facebook has recently reviewed site statistics and that users who click the sites ‘Like It!’ button generally have more in-network friends and click on more external links that a typical Facebook user.

Facebook theorizes that ‘Like It!’ users have less of an offline social network and are typically more active on the site, clicking external links more than 5.4 times than the average user.

The statistics have also shown a dramatic increase in website traffic for those sites who also implicate the ‘Like It!’ button.

‘Sporting News’ has seen a 500% increase in traffic while ABC News has increased hits by nearly 190%.


Facebook’s I Like It On The Floor Status?

What’s The Story Behind Facebook’s ‘I Like It On The Floor’ Statuses

One question that has started to baffle Facebook users these days is what is the story behind women putting ‘I like it on the floor’ or ‘I like it in the bed’ as their statuses on the social networking site.

Last year on Facebook during October and Breast Cancer Awareness Month, ladies would tell what the color of their bra was as a tribute.

This year it has do with the ladies handbags and or pocketbooks.

Therefore, when you a lady who has written I like it on the floor or I like it in the bed, it is a tribute for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.


Facebook dns failure

On Thursday, September 23, 2010, Facebook gave its addicted users withdrawal symptoms.

The hugely popular onsite media was actually having problems. People who have become used to always having Facebook when they want it were actually astonished that they couldn’t log in.

The sites problems was important enough for the Huffington Post to put out a warning that disruption of Facebook was sure to cause a problem ith its world wide users.

Facebook has more than 500 million users.

The disruption today also occurred in its overseas versions.

The server would come on and say log in and then go off and say server is not available.


Cam Newton Suspended? Nope

Cam Newton Has Not Been Suspended – Will Play Against Georgia on Saturday

Although the is Internet buzzing with reports of Cam Newton’s imminent suspension, those reports that have turned out to be false.

The rumor that the Auburn Tigers’ starting quarterback would be suspended within a few hours due to an NCAA investigation into a pay-for-play clause that is supposedly attached to Newton’s contract is believed to have stemmed from a misunderstood comment made by Ian Fitzsimmons during a radio broadcast.

After listening to Fitzsimmons a blogger erroneously tweeted a message that read, “ESPN Dallas’ Ian Fitzsimmons is reporting that within 3-4 hours the NCAA is going to suspend Cam Newton,” and the story soon spread across cyberspace.

Auburn Tigers’ coach, Gene Chizik, however quickly shot down those reports and gave this statement to reporters, “I want to get this off the table upfront – Cameron Newton will be playing Saturday against the Georgia Bulldogs. We’ve prepared and focused like any other week. Nothing has changed.”


ING NYC Marathon Results

Gebremariam Wins In His Debut In The New York Marathon

Winner of the men’s division of the 2010 New York Marathon, is Ethiopian, Gebre Gebremariam.

This was his first marathon and was relatively an unknown before his victory. In the last two miles, Gebremariam was running alone and without effort. At a little over 2 hours and 8 minutes, he broke the tape at the victory line. Second and third place for the men, went to 2 Kenyans, Emmanuel Mutai and Moses Kipkosgei.

For the women, Edna Kiplagat, from Kenya took first place. She was followed by Shalane Flanagan from the United States.

In the wheelchair competition for the Marathon, the winner was David Weir. Second place went to Masazumi Soejima, and third went to last year’s winner, Kurt Fearnly. For the women in the wheelchair division, Tatyana McFadden, from the United States, was the winner.


Cam Newton Under Investigation

ESPN released a report yesterday stating that Auburn quarterback and Heisman Trophy candidate Cam Newton in being investgated by the NCAA and others.

Apparently the NCAA, the SEC Conference and Auburn has been aware of this information since September. This stems from when Newton was being recruited out of junior college. A man representing Newton was looking for a six-figure sum to lure Newton to a university.

Former Mississippi State player John Bond turned this information over after the man representing Newton called him asking for $180,000. Bond said he was told that other universities had already offered 200,000.

The man representing Newton is former college player Kenny Rogers. Rogers operates a service out of Chicago that runs camps and matches high school players with colleges.

Everyone involved in this case is now being investigated.

Cam Newton Under Investigation

Cam Newton Under Investigation


Cain Velasquez Vs Brock Lesnar Full Fight Recap: UFC 121 Results

In recent years, UFC fighting has become one of the most growing and popular sports in the country. The sport’s popularity is largely due to intense fights between extremely strong and athletic competitors. On Saturday night millions tuned in to watch UFC 121, which matched up two of the sport’s most popular fighters in Brock Lesner and Cain Velasquez.

Going into the fight it appeared that Lesner would be the heavy favorite. However, as it turned out his competitor was too much for him. Velasquez proved to be extremely dangerous as he utilized everything he had learned through his mixed martial arts training. Velasquez ended up winning the fight via a TKO in the first round as he repeatedly knocked Lenser down.

In other UFC action Saturday night fighters Jake Fields and Martin Kampmann went all three rounds, but Shields eventually defeated Kampmann via a split decision. Before that Diego Sanchez beat Paulo Thiago through an unanimous decision and Matt Hall defeated Tito Ortize through an unanimous decision.


Patrick Chung Leads Patriots To Victory Over Dolphins

Patriots safety Patrick Chung helped lead the team to a 41 to 14 victory over Miami in last night’s game at Sun Life Stadium in Miami.

Chung, 23, was described as relentless finding several weak spots in the Dolphins’ field goal units. He also took on players much bigger than him with speed and agility.

The Kingston, Jamaica native has previously been fined for helmet to helmet clashes, but it appears to be part of his appeal as a player.

The Patriots set a record last night scoring pass, run, kickoff, blocked punt along and blocked field goal in one game.


Diana Taurasi To Pose Nude On ESPN Magazine Body Issue Cover (PHOTO)

How do you get people to pay attention to a sport that no one watches? Why you put your star player on the cover of a magazine..nude.

Diana Taurasi, WNBA player will appear nude on the cover of ESPN’s anual ‘Body Issue.

Taurasi will be one of 40 athletes to appear partially nude in the magazine.

The MVP of the 2009 season says that she was nervous when it came to getting nude for for the cover but says it doesn’t change who she is.

“I am who I am — whether I have clothes on or off. I’m still the same person,” she says.

“Doing the shoot was something new and I had fun with it,” said Taurasi.

“For me, doing this was about facing the challenge and celebrating everything all of our bodies have been through and done. Cheryl, the photographer, was great to work with and hopefully, we came up with something interesting and maybe even inspiring.”

The Phoenix Mercury star is considered by many, to be the best female basketball player in the world.

“Diana’s feature in the magazine will expand people’s perceptions of her — and that was our aim. Every woman is multi-dimensional and Diana’s strength isn’t constrained to her undeniable athletic resume. Her photos are fearless and beautiful and the shoot was a challenge that she embraced,” said her agent, Lindsay Kagawa of Wasserman Media Group.

ESPN Magazine’s ‘Body Issue’ hits news stands Friday October 8th.