Monthly Archives: September 2011

New summary of website health provided by Google

Google Webmaster Tools now provide a helpful summary of the website health for all of the websites on your Webmaster Tools account. This is very helpful as it saves you having to drill down into every website individually – which can take a while if you are managing a number






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Control multiple computers with one keyboard and mouse

I love to have more than one screen on my desk but I hate having to have two keyboards or mice (mouse es?) This is one of the coolest applications I have come across in a long while, it allows me to use one keyboard and mouse to control both






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Getting your email when you can’t get your email

This week some preparation has paid off and although my email server is impacted by a DDOS attack I can still read anything sent to me. You can read more about DDoS in my recent article, including how to prepare for it, but now we will focus on getting your






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What is DDoS and what can I do about it?

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) happens when a hacker sends lots of fake traffic to your web site, or in my case a site on the same shared server that I am using. This means that the server is so busy trying to deal with the fake traffic that it






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