http://www.furl.net/item/31036045 What goes wrong when you make a web2.0 application - except for all the security and privacy issues that you don't want to hear about
http://www.furl.net/item/31036022 change your ringtone for free (and don't get a text that you have to pay for afterwards)
http://www.furl.net/item/31020902 mobiles are replacing wallets in Japan, so this will make mobile malware code worthwhile.... Are the telecom operators ready ?
http://www.furl.net/item/31020018 all the twitter tools you may need if you are going to use this tool for alerts
http://www.furl.net/item/31016163 webcensorship all over the world
http://www.furl.net/item/31015891 "view source" is still the most unencrypted unhidden and unprotected command on the web
http://www.furl.net/item/31015777 Information overload is the hype for this year. What will they launch now ? "Information management appliances" that let you archive the data according to tags you can search on later ? With automatic personalised messages to the senders ? I have received your message but you will have to hype more your message because it didn't seem that urgent. I will read it when it is urgent. I have today already receveiced 500 urgent messages. The best thing would be autoprint. You can read and treat much faster than online. Autoprint all incoming filtered messages.
http://www.furl.net/item/31015356 will ITsecurity disappear as a business ? Off course not. The different industries have ignored security since so long in every aspect and ITsecurity is no fundamental part of any IT education that it will always be necessary to have people with a security or hacker (or both) around.
http://www.furl.net/item/31015404 50 GB of free online backup of your data.
http://www.furl.net/item/31013271 use RSS feeds in some smart ways
http://www.furl.net/item/31013099 a free solution for emailarchiving
http://www.furl.net/item/31010774 The EU is investing heavily in bittorrent technology - hopely some in security so that it doesn't become a bit 'botrent' technology