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Web application security is an essential component of any successful project, whether open source PHP applications, web services such as straight through processing, or proprietary business web sites. Hosters hate insecure code, and users should run from insecure services that lead to fraud. If done from the earliest stages, secure web applications cost about the same to develop as insecure web…Continue
Added by Alan Wlasuk on March 29, 2011 at 3:18pm — No Comments
One of my favorite real estate blogs is inman news. If you are in real estate and you don't read this blog, you need to. Yesterday, Bernice Ross wrote about social media tips to win real estate clients.
In the article, she says that most people can't manage more than 150 people in their contact list. So if your list has over and above that magic number, it may be hard to organize it into a meaningful list of who's who.
Now I'm not…
I stopped at Chipotle for lunch today. While ordering, I noticed the "Burrito, with naturally raised chicken". I asked the gentlemen cashier what that meant. He said it means raising chickens naturally, not in cages, and "without hormones". I asked about that "without hormones" comment and he said yes, the chickens are raised without hormones. He then asked if I had seen "Food, Inc." and mentioned how, in the movie, chickens…Continue
We’ve all heard the cliché that just showing up is half the battle. That may be true in many instances, but in the case of business networking, you’ve got to follow through to win the war. I know – I built my business on this and help others continue to follow up.
Even if you consider yourself a fast on your feet conversationalist, putting some time in before you arrive at a networking event can make a big difference in how well you are perceived by others.
Added by LYNN MILLER on March 29, 2011 at 9:31am — No Comments
I will be the first to say that I'm neither a Republic or a Democrat. Both parties are childish and weak. The Democrats are childish for running, tails-between-legs, out of state to stall our legislative session because they didn't like bills the Republicans were trying to push forward. One of them, the Right-to-Work bill seems like a bill made for the people.
In my opinion, Democrats are cowards for running away. And if they got paid for holding up in a hotel for weeks,…Continue
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Meet Kitty Zombie!
Kitty was at HorrorHound weeked in Indy this past weekend.
What is Horror Hound? Well, it was my first horror convention and it attracted thousands to the Marriot in Indy…Continue
Added by Taylor Martin on March 28, 2011 at 10:23am — No Comments
Enjoy the excitement of the Women's Final Four this weekend in Indianapolis! Tickets are still available through THE INDIANA FEVER!!! Call today for more information!
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Every school child knows that April showers bring May flowers. What most Indianapolis residents don’t know, is that this year April also brings Assistance League® of Indianapolis' Spring Star Gala, Avril à Paris. The gala raises funds to support four programs that benefit the Indianapolis community: Operation School Bell, Assault Survivor Kits, ALI Bears, and ALI Friends. …Continue
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Never Underestimate Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
As you might expect, we spend a lot of time at 403.WDDinc evaluating Web sites for security flaws. Even after all of this time we never stop being amazed at what we find. The most striking observation is the high percentage of Web sites (70%) that contain severe vulnerability flaws; these are the kind of flaws that have the potential of…Continue
Added by Alan Wlasuk on March 24, 2011 at 10:48am — No Comments
I had an email thread today with Joshua Hall, Director of Marketing at Techpoint, about the hashtags that we could deploy when sharing about different topics on Twitter. Here are some of the hashtags:
Added by Douglas Karr on March 23, 2011 at 7:15pm — No Comments
What is art if it doesn't include people? I am not asking, what is art without people as the subject? I am merely asking what is art if it somehow does not have the human element participating in it?
If there is too much human element in art, is it less "arty"? If art has barely any human element in it is it more "arty"?
For example, individuals who create art for the masses, are they lesser artists because of the…Continue
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Potassium is considered the mineral that supports human life. It is the third most abundant mineral in the body. Potassium is an electrolyte and almost
95% of potassium, which is stored in our body fluids, is inside the cell.
Unlike the other minerals in the electrolyte group, sodium and chloride
which is stored in our body fluids outside the cell. Balancing electrolytes
is important because…
Added by Jennifer Lamb on March 22, 2011 at 4:30pm — No Comments
Limited supply of lower level Final Four tickets still available (with qualifying Fever purchase) Suites also still available. Call Lynn Miller today for more information ~317-917-3092
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Unique Nutrition for Our Attitude & Behavior
** Choose Your Friends Wisely **
In a world where first impressions are made in matter of seconds, it is important to recognize that the attitude and behaviors of those with whom we associate can have an enormous impact on how others perceive us. Simply put, "We are judged by the company we keep." Whether we agree with it or…Continue
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