Fortunately Internet ads are very easy to block since everything works off of this little thing called DNS. However, some advertisers and publishers have been getting smart. Finding clever ways of detecting such blocks. Publishers such as Hulu have an elaborate (yet simple in concept) method of making sure you look at the ads. Luckily, their is always a way to bypass those detections.
Interestingly, at about 3:00 AM on Sunday April 11 (that is when I noticed it), the WHOIS queries for several high profile domains appear to be hacked. GOOGLE.COM, AMAZON.COM, GODADDY.COM, MICROSOFT.COM, YAHOO.COM, FACEBOOK.COM, etc. Yet several smaller domains, such as UNIBIA.COM, PACYWORLD.COM, VIEWSONIC.COM, and BROADBANDREPORTS.COM are un-affected.
A computer generated image of an upfront view of a green grassy field with a blue sky background. Designed in Adobe Photoshop by me. Free to use and distribute for non-commercial use.
It's that time of year again. December is here and many people around the world love to celebrate Christmas. Show the Christmas spirit this 2009 season and decorate your Windows desktop with the popular Christmas theme designed by Unibia.net.
Microsoft Windows 7 is suppose to undo the Windows Vista failure and make Windows "cool" again. Microsoft has supposedly spent the last 2 years fixing and changing features based on feedback given by it's customers. Now, two years later Windows 7 is ready, and it's being marketed as a "major improvement" over Windows Vista.
Is Windows 7 everything it's hyped up to be?