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Desktop Recovery

Posted by Binny Monday, August 24, 2009 0 comments

Lost data from desktop computers can be recovered in no time. Ontrack® Data Recovery services are performed by hardware, software and system engineers coupled with dedicated customer service and data recovery specialists to offer world leading service for desktop recovery customers.

Ontrack Data Recovery services for desktop recovery are already trusted by thousands of IT professionals and technology users whose data have become inaccesible.

With the Ontrack Data Recovery pre-service evaluation, you’ll know exactly what data you’ll get back before making decisions to proceed with a recovery service.
Desktop Recovery Capabilities
Ontrack Data Recovery services offer multiple data recovery service options for desktop recovery and are available for:

* Any operating systems - (Windows, Linux, Mac, etc.)
* Any make, model or brand - in fact, Ontrack Data Recovery services are recommended by major manufacturers
* Any generation of drives - from oldest to the very newest
* All causes of data loss - from simple to the most complex and catastrophic data loss situations - including viruses, natural disasters, accidental deletion, system crashes, corruption, hardware failure and more

Signs That a Desktop is Likely to Experience Data Loss

* Strange noises or grinding sound
* Blue screen of death
* Unresponsiveness

What to Do When Your Desktop is Failing

* Turn off computer immediately - further operation may damage data beyond repair
* Do not restart computer
* Do not install or re-install any software
* Do not shake, disassemble, remove or attempt to clean a suspected damaged hard drive - improper handling may cause more damage
* Do not use file recovery or other utility software to attempt repair for a damaged or failed drive
* Do not attempt to dry a wet computer
* Never attempt to operate any visibly damaged devices
* Contact data recovery specialists providing Ontrack Data Recovery services immediately

Having long-term relationships with all major computer manufacturers, Kroll Ontrack’s R&D teams gain leading-edge knowledge allowing them to develop new tools to perform successful and quality desktop recoveries.

Laptop Recovery

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Laptops are susceptible to physical damage and other problems that affect data integrity resulting in data loss – especially because of their portability.

Through Ontrack® Data Recovery services, Kroll Ontrack® has extensive experience with laptop data recovery from all around the world.

With the Ontrack Data Recovery service evaluation, you’ll know exactly what data you’ll get back before making decisions to proceed with a recovery service.
Laptop Recovery Capabilities

Ontrack Data Recovery services offer multiple data recovery service options for laptop recovery and are available for:

* Any operating systems (Windows, Linux, Mac, etc.)
* Any make, model or brand: In fact, Ontrack Data Recovery services are recommended by major manufacturers
* Any generation of drives – from oldest to the very newest
* All causes of data loss - from simple to the most complex and catastrophic data loss situations - including viruses, natural disasters, accidental deletion, system crashes, corruption, hardware failure and more

Signs That a Laptop is Likely to Experience Data Loss

* Strange noises or grinding sound
* Blue screen of death
* Unresponsiveness

What to Do When Your Laptop is Failing

* Turn off laptop immediately – further operation may damage data beyond repair
* Do not restart laptop
* Do not install or re-install any software
* Do not shake, disassemble, remove or attempt to clean a suspected damaged hard drive – improper handling may cause more damage
* Do not use file recovery or other utility software to attempt repair for a damaged or failed drive
* Do not attempt to dry a wet laptop
* Never attempt to operate any visibly damaged devices
* Contact data recovery specialists providing Ontrack Data Recovery services immediately

Data Recovery services offer world-leading solutions and multiple data recovery service options for all types of hard drive recovery:

* Any interface: (IDE, EIDE), Serial ATA (SATA), SCSI, SAS, and Fibre Channel
* Any combination of drives: single hard drive or multiple RAID drives
* Any brand

Thousands of IT professionals and technology users trust Ontrack Data Recovery services with seemingly unrecoverable data.

Lost data can be recovered in no time whether the hard drive has crashed, has been damaged or has been the victim of a natural disaster. Chat live now
Why Do Hard Drives Lose Data?

Ontrack Data Recovery engineers classify hard drive data loss in two categories:

* Logical failure - the hard drive is in working order but some files or data cannot be accessed for logical reasons such as a lost partition or accidental reformatting.
* Mechanical failure - the hard drive is not functioning. The most common causes are head crashes and motor failures.

What Causes Hard Drive Failure?
The list of incidents causing hard drives to fail and lose data is not limited, but some of the main causes that Ontrack Data Recovery services recover from everyday include power surges, overwriting, physical damages, natural disasters, and viruses.

How Ontrack Data Recovery Services Helps to Recover From Hard Drive Data Loss

Data recovery involves more than just replacing parts. Ontrack Data Recovery services use cutting-edge hard drive recovery tools and processes that come from heavy investment in R&D and 20 years experience. A sample of the expert techniques used include:

* In case of mechanical failure, hard disk recoveries are performed in dust-free cleanroom environments where they are carefully dismounted, examined and processed.
* Hard drives are imaged. A copy of the disk is made and transferred to a new system.
* Ontrack Data Recovery tools can “force” the drive to read around the bad area



As time goes by, the variety of text editors available for the use of web developers keep on increasing. It is always that the new one has something better or something new to offer. Good thing that due to the number of choices they have, they could weigh which one would be most appropriate for their project.

Here are the most used text editors by web developers:

Notepad:

Notepad is the most popular text editor based on the survey. It does not support any format or styles, which makes it very suitable in a DOS environment. It is one of the most favorites because it recognizes both left to right and right to left languages. It also does macro-recording and playback for repetitive keystrokes, a powerful regular expression search-and-replace, and support for many programming languages. Although you can edit file using notepad no matter what the format is, it does not read UNIX or MAC-style text files accurately.

Textmate :

Textmate is a GUI text editor for MAC OS X. It is commonly used for screenwriting. Programmers prefer Textmate because it features declarative customizations, tabs for open documents, recordable macros, folding sections and snippets, shell integration, and an extensible bundle system. On the other hand, it does not support variable-width or wide fonts, right-to-left languages, (S)FTP, split views and textmate tends to work slower when composed with large files or long lines. Developers must also be online to be able to validate their website because only W3C validator can be used for HTML validation.

Coda :

Coda was specifically developed for MAC OS X. It was created to resolve the problem of inadequacy of full-featured website development platforms corresponding to application development platform Xcode. One of its notable feature is that it boasts a new Find/Replace mechanism. It benefits the users because they were able to do complex replaces using a method similar to regular expressions. It also supports bookamarks, which are the specially-formatted comment tags in many syntaxes. With the use of bookmarks, developers can go to the corresponding line of text from anywhere in the editor by clicking on the link in the Code Navigator.

Vim :

Vim is compatible with Windows, Linux and MAC OS. It is based on commands given in a text-user interface. The command line mode is where its full functionality takes place. Some considers it as a programmer's best friend because it is very convenient to use and it is very extensible. Programmers are not the only ones who benefit from this text editor, but also the children of Uganda. Although Vim is free and open source software, its license has charityware clasuses.

PSPad :

PSPad is a freeware text editor for Windows. It supports syntax highlighting and hex editing, and is designed as a universal GUI for editing many languages including PHP, Perl, HTML, and Java, autocompletion, tabs, FTP client and find/replace using regular expressions. It also has a feature where you can save sessions to be able to go back to your previous set. up.

When choosing the proper text editor to use for your project, it shouldn't depend on the popularity of the program. It will all boil down to the usability and functionality of the product.

Symptoms and Diagnosis

Posted by Binny Sunday, August 16, 2009 0 comments

How Is It Treated?


Treatment for mesothelioma depends on:
  • The location of the cancer
  • The stage of the disease
  • The patient's age and general health.
  • Standard mesothelioma treatment options include:
    * Surgery
    * Radiation therapy
    * Chemotherapy.


    Sometimes, all three treatment methods are combined.


    Statistics on Mesothelioma
    Although reported incidence rates have increased in the past 20 years, mesothelioma is still a relatively rare cancer. About 2,000 new cases of mesothelioma are diagnosed in the United States each year. Mesothelioma occurs more often in men than in women and risk increases with age, but mesothelioma can appear in either men or women at any age.

Working with asbestos is the major risk factor for mesothelioma. A history of asbestos exposure at work is reported in about 70 to 80 percent of all cases. However, mesothelioma has been reported in some individuals without any known exposure to asbestos.

There is some evidence that family members and others living with asbestos workers have an increased risk of developing mesothelioma, and possibly other asbestos-related diseases. This risk may be the result of exposure to asbestos dust brought home on the clothing and hair of asbestos workers. To reduce the chance of exposing family members to asbestos fibers, asbestos workers are usually required to shower and change their clothing before leaving the workplace.

Smoking does not appear to increase the risk of mesothelioma. However, the combination of smoking and asbestos exposure significantly increases a person's risk of developing lung cancer (see Causes of Lung Cancer).

Mesothelioma and Asbestos
Asbestos is the name of a group of minerals that occur naturally as masses of strong, flexible fibers that can be separated into thin threads and woven. Asbestos has been mined and used commercially since the late 1800s; its use greatly increased during World War II. Asbestos has been widely used in many industrial products, including cement, brake linings, roof shingles, flooring products, textiles, and insulation. Since the early 1940s, millions of American workers have been exposed to asbestos dust.

If tiny asbestos particles float in the air, especially during the manufacturing process, they may be inhaled or swallowed and can cause serious health problems. In addition to mesothelioma, exposure to asbestos increases the risk of lung cancer, asbestosis (a noncancerous, chronic lung ailment), and other cancers, such as those of the larynx and kidney.

Initially, the risks associated with asbestos exposure were unknown. However, an increased risk of developing mesothelioma was later found among:


* Shipyard workers
* People who work in asbestos mines and mills
* Producers of asbestos products
* Workers in the heating and construction industries
* Other tradespeople.


Today, the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) sets limits for acceptable levels of asbestos exposure in the workplace. People who work with asbestos wear personal protective equipment to lower their risk of exposure.

The risk of asbestos-related disease increases with heavier exposure to asbestos and longer exposure time. However, some individuals with only brief exposures have developed mesothelioma. On the other hand, not all workers who are heavily exposed develop asbestos-related diseases.

Mesothelioma

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What Is Mesothelioma?
Mesothelioma is a benign (noncancerous) or malignant (cancerous) tumor affecting the mesothelium, which is a membrane that covers most of the body's internal organs. Most cases of mesothelioma begin in the pleura (lining around the lungs) or peritoneum (the lining around the abdomen).

Benign mesothelioma can also be called a fibroma, and cancerous mesothelioma is also known as malignant mesothelioma. A mesothelioma can further be named based on where it occurs. For example, malignant pleural mesothelioma is cancer that begins in the lining around the lungs.

Most people who develop malignant mesothelioma have worked on jobs where they inhaled asbestos particles. A benign mesothelioma does not appear to have any relationship to asbestos exposure.

Understanding the Mesothelium:
The mesothelium is a membrane that covers and protects most of the internal organs of the body. It is composed of two layers of cells: one layer immediately surrounds the organ; the other forms a sac around it. The mesothelium produces a lubricating fluid that is released between these layers, allowing moving organs (such as the beating heart and the expanding and contracting lungs) to glide easily against adjacent structures.

The mesothelium has different names, depending on its location in the body. The peritoneum is the mesothelial tissue that covers most of the organs in the abdominal cavity. The pleura is the membrane that surrounds the lungs and lines the wall of the chest cavity, while the pericardium covers and protects the heart. The mesothelial tissue surrounding the male internal reproductive organs is called the tunica vaginalis testis, and the tunica serosa uteri covers the internal reproductive organs in women.

Decent available domain names are becoming harder to find these days. Nearly 25 million ".com" names have been registered, and over 23 thousand are purchased every day. It also means that you're more likely to win the grand prize lottery then find a great domain name.

Owning a domain name that helps to successfully "magnetize" a flood of incoming traffic is like gold to any online business. But the increasing scarcity of domain names that are simple to remember, short and suggestive have turned them into red hot commodities.
Just take a look at some of the recent domain name acquisitions:

· business.com sold for $7.5 million
· asseenontv.com sold for $5 million
· altavista.com sold for $3.3 million
· loans.com sold for $3 million
· autos.com sold for $2.2 million
· wallstreet.com sold for $1.03 million
· forsalebyowner.com sold for $835,000
· drugs.com sold for $825,000
· cinema.com sold for $700,000
· art.com sold for $450,000
· engineering.org sold for $199,000
· fruits.com sold for $160,000
· perfect.com sold for $94,000

However, while some of these domain names may have been sold for millions, corporate buyers backed by large bank accounts are not alone in the domain name game. Even entrepreneurs are making a great living in purchasing and selling their own domains.

Not a day goes by, that a domain name sells for as less as $100 or as much as $1 million on public auction sites. For example, eBay.com recently featured actual bids for as little as $500 for "golegs.com" to as much as $20,000 for "arlington.com" -- and thousands more drifting anywhere in between.

Some people seem to know where to get these "nuggets of gold." In fact, a small handful know about an untapped goldmine that lies discreetly tucked away in the dark corners of the vast Internet. And the awareness of this source has helped these "lucky" individuals earn either outrageous fortunes or monstrous levels of traffic for their website.

The goldmine to which I'm referring is the pool of recently expired domain names. While only a few knows it exists, regardless it is expanding with every passing day. There are literally tens of thousands of unclaimed, non-renewed and expired domain names that become available on a daily basis.

An expired domain name is one that was registered previously but was not paid for in time for the renewal date, thus returning it to the listing of available domains. There are many probable reasons for non-renewal (e.g., forgetful owner, no more interest in site, no longer in business, no longer active or didn't pay for whatever reason).

However, you may be asking, "Sure, but I'm never going to find good domain names before some other person snatches them up." For a long time, being "lucky" also meant being alert for the numerous domains that become available, and being quick in registering them before anyone else does.

New tools are becoming available, making the process of searching, finding and registering great domain names much easier. In fact, some of them assist you to become aware of the near expiring domains, giving you an advantage over your competitors that permits you to grab names seconds after they've been dropped.

Nevertheless, a compelling domain name can help an online business become more visible, credible and accessible. And it will help someone earn a rather large fortune. While in the past, finding one was very prohibitive, with the help of tools that are now at your disposal, you now can be a part of the gold rush, too.

Windows XP is currently the most popular operating system for personal computers and comes in two broad categories--XP Home and XP Pro. XP home is designed for home users who do not need the more heavyweight corporate applications such as a web server but still require a scalable and reliable operating system. While Windows XP runs well out of the box, there are tricks that can be used to optimize your installation. There are great Windows XP tweaks that involve broadband settings, registry entries, and other under utilized components of WinXP.

While this first group of tips can not properly be considered Windows XP tweaks, they are so important that they should be included in any guide that discusses WinXP performance and efficiency. The single most important thing you can do to ensure to WinXP performance is to make sure that your computer is free from viruses, trojans, spyware, and other pieces of software that could serve to slow down or otherwise compromise the functioning of your WinXP computer. The first thing that you should do, particularly if you have an always on broadband connection, is to install a firewall. A firewall locks down the software entry points (called ports) that applications use interact with your computer. Ports are simply numbers that, when combined with your internet protocol (IP) address, specify a single channel of network communication. Some ports should usually be open, such as port 80 which allows web HTTP communication to occur, but others should be locked unless they are needed by a legitimate program. By default, the entire range of ports is open to the world on a WinXP machine. A firewall blocks all unused ports and lets the WinXP user decide which ports to open. WinXP service pack 2 contains a firewall that is on by default. Another member of this class of Windows XP tweaks is to install anti virus and anti spyware software. These programs can clear up the malicious pieces of software that siphon of your WinXP machine's performance.

Once you have implemented the above vital Windows XP tweaks, it is time to look at other performance based steps that you can use. The WinXP registry is a centralized data structure that WinXP programs, including WinXP itself, use to store configuration data. The registry can quickly become crowded and hence more slow to search. Particularly if you remove unused programs that do not uninstall properly, they may leave behind garbage in the registry that can cause registry searches to slow. Since registry searches can occur at any time during program execution (particularly during start up), a clogged WinXP registry can cause the entire system to slow. There are numerous free and share ware programs out there that can help you clean your WinXP registry. It is not advisable to muck around the registry yourself, and always be sure to back up your registry before making any changes.

Another important class of Windows XP tweaks is to keep your hard drive defragmented. Hard drives become fragmented when application programs save different parts of files in different places on your hard drive. For example, in order to maximize available space, WinXP may decide to save part of your file in different places on the hard drive. This means that access time for that file will become slow. Over time, your hard drive can accumulate many such fragmented files and generally become a mess. This can slow your computer down a great deal. Fortunately, it is easy to de-fragment your hard drive using built in WinXP utilities. The process can take a number of hours to complete, so many people choose to de-fragment their hard drive overnight.

There are a number of keyboard shortcuts and combinations that you can make use of instead of your mouse or your taskbar options. This article will give you the list of the most common shortcuts used while using a Windows operating system.

Windows System

  • Windows Key: will open the Start menu
  • Windows Key+Break: will display the System Properties dialogue box
  • Windows Key+D: will minimize the windows to show the Desktop
  • Windows Key+E: will open Internet Explorer
  • Windows Key+F: will open the Search option for files and folders
  • Windows Key+F+CTRL: will open Search option for computer
  • Windows Key+F1: will display Help/Assistance option
  • Windows Key+L: will lock your Desktop
  • Windows Key+M: will minimize or restore all windows
  • Windows Key+R: will open the RUN option
  • Windows Key+TAB: will switch between open items
  • Windows Key+U: will open Utility Manager
  • ALT+ Hyphen: will display the Multiple Document Interface child window’s System menu
  • ALT+ ENTER: will view the properties for the selected object
  • ALT+ ESC: will cycle through the items in the order that they were opened
  • ALT+ F4: will close all the window that is open
  • ALT+ SPACEBAR: will display the System menu
  • ALT+TAB: switch from one open program to another on your taskbar.
  • F1: used to request help/assistance
  • SHIFT: If you press and hold down the SHIFT key while inserting a CD-ROM it will skip the automatic-run feature
  • SHIFT+DELETE: will delete the file permanently
  • CTRL+ESC: will open the Start Menu

In a General Folder and text programs

  • Ctrl + A: will select all items
  • Ctrl + B: will organize your Favorites in Internet Explorer
  • Ctrl + C: will copy the selected item
  • Ctrl + F: will open the Search options
  • Ctrl + H: will allow you to replace some text
  • Ctrl + N: will create a new folder
  • Ctrl + O: will open a new document
  • Ctrl + P: will print the selected document
  • Ctrl + S: will save the current document
  • Ctrl + V: will copy the selected item
  • Ctrl + W: will close the current window
  • Ctrl + X: will cut the current item
  • Ctrl + Y: will repeat the last action that has been cancelled
  • Ctrl + Z: will undo the last action

In a General Folder

  • F10: Opens Menu Bar options
  • CTRL+F4: list the address menu paths
  • SHIFT+F10: Opens right click shortcut menu
  • ALT+DOWN ARROW: will open a drop-down list box
  • ALT+SPACE: will list the window's System menu
  • ALT+Underlined Letter in Menu: Opens the menu

For a Selected Item a Folder

  • F2: used to rename the item
  • F3: Opens the Search option
  • F5: will refresh the current folder
  • F6: will move along the panes in Windows Explorer
  • CTRL+ X: Cut an item
  • CTRL+ C: Copy an item
  • CTRL+ V: Paste an item
  • SHIFT+DELETE: will delete this item permanently.
  • ALT+ENTER: will open the properties option for the selected item.
  • CTRL+ G: will open the “Go To” Folder tool (in Windows 95 Windows Explorer only)
  • CTRL+ A: will select all the items in the current window
  • BACKSPACE: will switch to the parent folder

For Microsoft Word

  • CTRL+ N: will promptly open a Word document
  • CTRL+ O: will open a previously saved Word document
  • CTRL+ W: will close the current window without exiting Word
  • CTRL+ S: will save the current document
  • CTRL+ P: will promptly print the current document
  • CTRL+ Z: will undo the last action
  • CTRL+ Y: will restore an undone action
  • CTRL+ X: will cut the selected text
  • CTRL+ C: will copy the selected text
  • CTRL+ V: will paste the selected text
  • CTRL+ A: will select the whole document
  • CTRL+ F: will search for a specific text in the current document
  • CTRL+ B: will bold the selected text
  • CTRL+ I: will put in italics the selected text
  • CTRL+ U: will underline the selected text

For Microsoft Excel

  • CTRL+ N: will promptly open an Excel document
  • CTRL+ O: will open a previously saved Excel document
  • CTRL+ W: will close the current window without exiting Excel
  • CTRL+ S: will save the current document
  • CTRL+ P: will promptly print the current document
  • CTRL+ Z: will undo the last action
  • CTRL+ Y: will restore an undone action
  • CTRL+ X: will cut the selected text
  • CTRL+ C: will copy the selected text
  • CTRL+ V: will paste the selected text
  • CTRL+ A: will select the whole document
  • CTRL+ F: will search for a specific text in the current document
  • CTRL+ B: will bold the selected text
  • CTRL+ I: will put in italics the selected text
  • CTRL+ U: will underline the selected text
  • F1: will prompt the Help option
  • F2: will edit the document
  • F3: will paste the name
  • F4: will repeat the last action
  • F5: will open the Go To option
  • F6: will switch to the next pane
  • F7: will launch the Spell Check option
  • F8: will allow the Extend Mode
  • F9: will recalculate all workbooks
  • F10: will activate the menu bar
  • F11: will open a new chart
  • F12: will save the document.

For Microsoft PowerPoint

  • F4: will repeat the last action
  • F5: will start a slide show
  • F6: will switch to the next pane in a clockwise way
  • CTRL+ EQUAL SIGN: will apply a subscript formatting
  • CTRL+ ADDITION SIGN: will apply a superscript formatting
  • CTRL+ BACKSPACE: will delete a word
  • CTRL+ F: will find a particular text
  • CTRL+ K: will insert a hyperlink
  • CTRL+ M: will insert a slide
  • CTRL+ I: will set the text into italics
  • CTRL+ D: will copy the current slide
  • CTRL+ O: will open a previously saved PowerPoint file
  • CTRL+ T: will open a Font dialogue
  • CTRL+ Y: will repeat last action
  • CTRL+ G: to view guides
  • SHIFT+ ALT+ LEFT ARROW: will promote a paragraph
  • SHIFT+ F3: will capitalize the text
  • SHIFT+ALT+ RIGHT ARROW: will demote a paragraph
  • SHIFT+F6: will switch to the previous pane in an anticlockwise way.

For Internet Explorer


  • F1: will display the Internet Explorer help
  • F11: will allow the full screen option
  • TAB KEY: will enable you to move through the items, address bar and links on your webpage
  • ALT+HOME: will go to your home page
  • ALT+LEFT ARROW: will go to the previous page
  • SHIFT+F10: will display a shortcut menu for the link
  • CTRL+TAB: will move forward between tabs
  • SHIFT+CTRL+TAB: will move back between frames
  • UP ARROW KEY: will scroll towards the beginning of the webpage
  • DOWN ARROW KEY: will scroll towards the end to the webpage
  • PAGE UP: will scroll by sections towards the beginning of the webpage
  • PAGE DOWN: will scroll by sections towards the end of the webpage
  • HOME: will move directly to the beginning of the webpage
  • END: will move directly to the end of the webpage
  • CTRL+F: will find some text on the page
  • F5: will refresh the current page
  • ESC: will stop loading the page
  • CTRL+ N: will open a new window
  • CTRL+ E: will open the Search option in the Explorer bar
  • CTRL+ I: will open the Favorites option in Explorer bar
  • CTRL+ H: will open the History option in Explorer bar

Most webmasters know that Adsense generates a sizeable source of additional advertising income. That is why most of them use it to go after high paying keywords. They have with them the lists that tells what the keywords are and have already used various methods of identifying them. And yet, after putting up these supposed-to-be high paying keywords into their pages, the money they expected to come rolling in is not really coming in.

What is it that they are doing wrong? Having the pages is with the proper keywords is one thing. But driving visitors to those pages is another matter and often the factor that is lacking. The thing is, to get visitors to your high paying keyword pages, you need to optimize your site navigation. Stop for a moment and think about how visitors are using your website. After a visitor has landed on a certain page, they have the tendency to click on another page that sounds interesting. They get there because of the other links that appears on a page that they initially landed on. This is site navigation. It is all about enabling visitors to move about your site. And one way of maximizing your Adsense earnings. A typical website have menu links on each page. The wording on these links is what grabs a visitor’s attention and gets them to click on one of the links that will take them to another page of that website. Links that have “free’ or “download” are oftentimes good attention-grabbers. This navigation logic can also be applied to driving traffic to your high paying pages. There are some websites that are getting a lot of traffic from search engines, but have low earnings. The trick is to try and use come cleverly labeled links to get the visitors off that pages and navigate them to the higher earning ones. This is one great way of turning real cheap clicks to real dollars. Before you begin testing if this same style will work for you and your website, you need to have two things. Something to track and compare and some high earning pages you want to funnel your site traffic to. An option is to select a few of your frequently visited pages. This is ensuring fast result to come by. Now, the next thing to do is think of ways to get visitors viewing a particular page to try and click on the link that will take them to your high earning pages. Come up with a catchy description for that link. Come up with a catchy and unique description for the link. Think of something that people do not get to see everyday. That will trigger their curiosity enough to try and see what that was all about. You can also use graphics to grab your readers’ attention. There is no limitation to what you can do to make your link noticeable. If you are after the success of your site, you will do everything it takes just to achieve that goal. Just be creative. As far as many Adsense advertisers are concerned, there are no written and unwritten laws to follow regarding what they write. Just as long as you do not overstep the guidelines of the search engines, then go for it. Also remember that it is all about location, location and location. Once the perfect attention grabbing description has been achieved, you have to identify the perfect spot on your page to position that descriptive link to your high paying page. There is nothing wrong with visiting other websites to see how they are going about maximizing their site navigation. “Hot pages” or “Most read” lists are very common and overly used already. Get to know the ones that many websites are using and do not try to imitate them. Another way of doing it is to try and use different texts on different pages. That way you will see the ones that work and what does not. Try to mix things around also. Put links on top and sometimes on the bottom too. This is how you go about testing which ones get more clicks and which ones are being ignored. Let the testing begin. Testing and tracking until you find the site navigation style that works best for you site.

How to do SEO

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There are many ways how to do SEO. Sometimes SEO can be a pain in your head... But if you approach it from the right angle it can be quick effective and even fun.

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. SEO is one of the best methods to generate targeted traffic to your website. Traffic comes from organic search engine listings and from my own experience, this traffic is the most targeted and hence valuable. Conversion rates are far way better from organic traffic than from any paid advertisement like AdWords. Nowadays internet is flooded with swindlers and scams, that’s why paid ads are getting less and less trusted...

This is why I consider SEO as the only reliable way to go for a long-term online business. First off, you need to choose one of all these techniques and strategies how to do SEO. It’s really easy to get lost in the beginning but then you will get more and more confident with every right step you make. Making on-page optimization is the most reasonable first step you can make.

On-page optimization means maintaining your keyword density at 2-4% out of all content, setting up the appropriate meta tags (not that important these days as it was before) and page tittles. If you have any images on your website, don’t forget to set your main keyword as an alt text of these images. Having your main keyword in the domain name is a very good idea to boost your rankings as well. These steps are the easiest from the whole SEO process and not making them chances are you are wasting your rankings straight away.

When you are fine with on-page SEO it’s time to get on off-page optimization. Many marketers dislike this process defining it as tedious one. Well, I can say that it’s all about how you are approaching it. When you know how to do SEO and are confident about the future results of your work, it’s not tedious or boring at all. Best of all is to set up your own working plan ad follow it.

When starting off-page SEO optimization it’s important to remember about the quality of backlinks you generate. Ten quality backlinks to your site worth a lot more than hundred of low-quality backlinks. How do we define if the backlink is quality... Link from relevant and high-respected website considered to be a quality one. Page rank is also an important bit. On the first stage you want to focus on building quality backlinks, this will boost your website rankings well. If you start off with crappy links back, Google will treat your website the same way.

The power of fast and effective SEO lies behind instant and quality backlinks. Instant link –appears online straight away without any approval process. How can we avoid waiting for our backlinks to be approved along with our articles or blog comments? This is actually easier than you ever imagined.

Pros And Cons Of Linux

Posted by Binny Sunday, August 2, 2009 0 comments

What is Linux:
Linux is an operating system, like Microsoft Windows, MacOS, or Unix. It was created as a hobby by Linus Torvalds, a student at the University of Helsinki in Finland. What most people don’t know about Linux is that its source code is available to anyone. The Linux source code is called the kernel and it is the base of the Linux operating system. Because the source code or kernel is free, it has enabled hundreds of companies and individuals to release their own operating systems based on the Linux system. These operating systems or formats are often referred to as Linux distributions.

Each distribution has its own set of features and functionality that makes it unique. While Linux is generally considered free-ware and people associate that with no cost, that is not always the case. Some distributions are available for download for free and others are available on CD or floppy disk and have a small charge associated with them. You can find a list of distributions at http://www.linux.org/ and a list of applications at http://www.Linux.org/apps/

Because if the adaptability of Linux it has been embraced and supported by a number of operating systems and software programs. For example, IBM, Hewlett-Packard and other giants of the computing world have embraced Linux and support its ongoing development and openoffice.org and Mozilla run on Linux. US retailing giant Wal-Mart began selling Linux systems back in 2002 - if Wal-Mart isn't mainstream, nothing is.

What are the benefits of Linux?
Many people fear that Linux is going to be difficult to work with or that it will be difficult to find software that will run on Linux however Linux is a very standard operating system, compatible with just about any software you need.

Beyond being a standard operating system, Linux supports open source software which makes it a very economical operating system, especially if you program your own software. It offers many free or low cost applications which include, basic desktop applications like web browsers, email programs, word processing programs, spreadsheets, graphics programs, and file managers.

Linux can easily operate as a central server for your business. With Linux, you can serve your own web pages up for public consumption and handle your own email.

Linux doesnt require top of the line hardware though many recommend you have at least 256 MB of RAM and at least 4 GB of space in your hard drive.

Linux is considered to be extremely stable and doesnt need to be rebooted periodically to maintain performance levels. Think about the last time you sat at your computer and it froze. Not fun, right? That doest happen with Linux if it is configured correctly.

Linux isn’t going to be replaced anytime soon and when bugs are found in the system, a developer are quickly on the job and often times a solution is offered within a matter of hours, not months or years like many other operating systems.

Linux is also fast and can handle a number of tasks at the same time.

Linux also claims to be one of the most secure operating systems isn’t plagued with the viruses that other operating systems generally deal with.

Linux is free from having to upgrade it or deal with proprietary file formats and licensing fees. You dont have to register it due to its open source format.

You can have both Linux and windows on your computer. (You'll have to partition them on your hard drive and you can only boot them one at a time.)

Drawbacks of Linux

There is no 1800 customer service number to call. However, most distributions offer a support number or email to call if you find a bug. They also generally come with installation instructions.

You cannot run applications for MS windows on Linux. However, there are Linux emulators or applications that enable you to run some windows applications on your Linux system. They operate like a translator. Some of these ‘translation or emulator’ products are free and others are available for a price.

Linux is not able to run some advanced financial applications or reproduce some proprietary multimedia formats.

Tips and Advice:

Choose a popular distribution has a large developer community. A large developer community means that you'll find the programs that you need easily and you will be able to install them with the same ease. The more well-known distributions have prepared programs in ‘packages’ that are easy to install. On top of this, there are tools designed especially for a particular distribution to manage these packages to make sure that programs run correctly right away. The website Distrowatch.com maintains a comprehensive list of the most popular distributions.

Get the latest version of your chosen distribution. The newer the Linux distribution version, the better the hardware support. The number of glitches you'll get in the installation process decreases with the newness of the version of Linux you choose.

Consider paying for your Linux distribution. It is true that you can get a full-featured Linux operating system free of charge by downloading it from any number of sources. This is an excellent alternative to an operating system like Windows, which either comes pre-loaded with a newly purchased computer (which gets figured into the cost), is bought separately or copied . In most people experience, the popular Linux distributions are easy to install. However, if you do run into some glitch (normally hardware related), you may have a frustrating experience. Although there are a number of excellent Linux support forums out there, personalized advice on your particular problem may be hard to find.

Use an appropriate computer. if you want to use Linux to do the same things that you would with Windows XP or Mac OS X, then you'll need the newest computer you can get your hands on. Avoiding video cards and new, exotic hardware will also work in your favor because you wont have to deal with hardware support which may be inferior to hardware support from other operating systems.



One of the factors that slow the performance of the computer is disk fragmentation. When files are fragmented, the computer must search the hard disk when the file is opened to piece it back together. To speed up the response time, you should monthly run Disk Defragmenter, a Windows utility that defrags and consolidates fragmented files for quicker computer response.

  • Follow Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > Disk Defragmenter
  • Click the drives you want to defrag and click Analyze
  • Click Defragment

2. Detect and Repair Disk Errors:

Over time, your hard disk develops bad sectors. Bad sectors slow down hard disk performance and sometimes make data writing difficult or even impossible. To detect and repair disk errors, Windows has a built-in tool called the Error Checking utility. It’ll search the hard disk for bad sectors and system errors and repair them for faster performance.
  • Follow Start > My Computer
  • In My Computer right-click the hard disk you want to scan and click Properties
  • Click the Tools tab
  • Click Check Now
  • Select the Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors check box
  • Click Start

3. Disable Indexing Services

Indexing Services is a little application that uses a lot of CPU. By indexing and updating lists of all the files on the computer, it helps you to do a search for something faster as it scans the index list. But if you know where your files are, you can disable this system service. It won’t do any harm to you machine, whether you search often or not very often.
  • Go to Start
  • Click Settings
  • Click Control Panel
  • Double-click Add/Remove Programs
  • Click the Add/Remove Window Components
  • Uncheck the Indexing services
  • Click Next

4. Optimize Display Settings

Windows XP is a looker. But it costs you system resources that are used to display all the visual items and effects. Windows looks fine if you disable most of the settings and leave the following:
  • Show shadows under menus
  • Show shadows under mouse pointer
  • Show translucent selection rectangle
  • Use drop shadows for icons labels on the desktop
  • Use visual styles on windows and buttons

5. Speedup Folder Browsing

You may have noticed that everytime you open My Computer to browse folders that there is a little delay. This is because Windows XP automatically searches for network files and printers everytime you open Windows Explorer. To fix this and to increase browsing speed, you can disable the Automatically search for network folders and printers option.

6. Disable Performance Counters

Windows XP has a performance monitor utility which monitors several areas of your PC’s performance. These utilities take up system resources so disabling is a good idea.
  • Download and install the Extensible Performance Counter List
  • Then select each counter in turn in the ‘Extensible performance counters’ window and clear the ‘performance counters enabled’ checkbox at the bottom button below

7. Optimize Your Pagefile

You can optimize your pagefile. Setting a fixed size to your pagefile saves the operating system from the need to resize the pagefile.
  • Right click on My Computer and select Properties
  • Select the Advanced tab
  • Under Performance choose the Settings button
  • Select the Advanced tab again and under Virtual Memory select Change
  • Highlight the drive containing your page file and make the initial Size of the file the same as the Maximum Size of the file.
Windows XP sizes the page file to about 1.5X the amount of actual physical memory by default. While this is good for systems with smaller amounts of memory (under 512MB) it is unlikely that a typical XP desktop system will ever need 1.5 X 512MB or more of virtual memory. If you have less than 512MB of memory, leave the page file at its default size. If you have 512MB or more, change the ratio to 1:1 page file size to physical memory size.

8. Remove Fonts for Speed

Fonts, especially TrueType fonts, use quite a bit of system resources. For optimal performance, trim your fonts down to just those that you need to use on a daily basis and fonts that applications may require.
  • Open Control Panel
  • Open Fonts folder
  • Move fonts you don’t need to a temporary directory (e.g. C:\FONTBKUP?) just in case you need or want to bring a few of them back. The more fonts you uninstall, the more system resources you will gain.

9. Use a Flash Memory to Boost Performance

To improve performance, you need to install additional RAM memory. It’ll let you boot your OS much quicker and run many applications and access data quicker. There is no easiest and more technically elegant way to do it than use eBoostr.
eBoostr is a little program that lets you improve a performance of any computer, powered by Windows XP in much the same way as Vista’s ReadyBoost. With eBoostr, if you have a flash drive, such as a USB flash thumb drive or an SD card, you can use it to make your computer run better. Simply plug in a flash drive through a USB socket and Windows XP will use eBoostr to utilize the flash memory to improve performance.
The product shows the best results for frequently used applications and data, which becomes a great feature for people who are using office programs, graphics applications or developer tools. It’ll surely attract a special attention of laptop owners as laptop upgrade is usually more complicated and laptop hard drives are by definition slower than those of desktops.

10. Perform a Boot Defragment

There's a simple way to speed up XP startup: make your system do a boot defragment, which will put all the boot files next to one another on your hard disk. When boot files are in close proximity to one another, your system will start faster.
On most systems, boot defragment should be enabled by default, but it might not be on yours, or it might have been changed inadvertently. To make sure that boot defragment is enabled:
  • Run the Registry Editor
  • Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Dfrg\BootOptimizeFunction
  • Set the Enable string value to Y if it is not already set to Y.
  • Exit the Registry
  • Reboot

Every vendor provides some guidelines to asses your organizations SOA readiness. Once you have assessed your current architecture and deployment, these are some basic guidelines to move towards SOA.

  • Use blueprint instead of starting from scratch. Do not reinvent the wheel. Build on other's experiences.
  • Make sure the SOA project you choose for your starting point is well defined and well confined. Prove SOA successful with something that is small, is achievable in a short time, and will have a significant impact — then build incrementally.
  • Stick to standards and standard interfaces. The proprietary software you build will be your own downfall. The sooner you part ways from evil temptations, the happier and healthier your software can be.
  • Don’t Neglect Governance: SOA governance won’t happen by itself. Address it early. SOA governance is as much about the way you work and the processes you put in place to create a SOA environment as it is about any technology issues. So, don’t just go and buy a bucket full of tools labeled SOA governance. SOA governance is about leadership and thinking through how you are going to get from where you are today to a well-coordinated approach that conforms to your corporate goals and objectives.
  • Pay close attention to the security implications of exposing business services.
  • SOA makes a lot of sense for a lot of things, but not for everything. If you have an application that is so specialized that it is isolated from other aspects of the business and works just fine, leave it alone. At the same time, when you find the software that is appropriate for SOA, you need to prioritize, scrutinize, and make sure you’re looking at the right level of granularity. For example, if you make each service very small, you might end up with thousands of little pieces of code that are hard to find and hard to reuse. The bigger the reusable service, the easier it will be to find and reuse. And some things need never, ever be exposed as services.
  • Don’t Postpone SOA: SOA is a long journey. The sooner you begin, the sooner you’ll get somewhere.
  • SOA is an architectural style that has been around for years. Web services are the preferred way to realize SOA.
  • SOA is more than just deploying software. Organizations need to analyze their design techniques and development methodology and partner/customer/supplier relationship.
  • Moving to SOA should be done incrementally and this requires a shift in how we compose service-based applications while maximizing existing IT investments.


SOA Maturity Levels
A complete overnight realization of SOA is not a viable solution. Implementing SOA is a five step process.



Level1: Initial Service - In the first stage companies service-enable their applications using standard APIs. The costs are modest.

Level2: Architected Service- In second stage companies use SOA services to build new or refractor existing integration points. The company should establish visibility into the entire service list and their consumers. It becomes feasible to reuse services because more thought is put into policies that services must adhere to, such as security and uptime requirements.

Level3: Business and Collaborative Service - Third stage involves the introduction of business-oriented services, such as business process management (BPM). With a focus on the partnership between technology and business organizations, Level 3 optimizes the flexibility of business processes, allowing IT to respond quickly to changing business requirements.

Level4: Measured business services - Level 4 provides continuous feedback on the performance and business impact of the processes implemented at Level 3. The key focus at this level is collecting data and providing that data to business users, enabling them to transform the way they respond to events. It could involve logging and monitoring service health constantly.

Level5: Optimized business services - At this final level, business-optimization rules are added, and the SOA becomes the nervous system for the enterprise. Automatic responses to the measurements and displays of Level 4 allow an organization to take immediate action on events. A Level 5 project can take the request messages entering the ESB and route that information to an event-stream processor. This service correlates the behavior of all traders across multiple execution venues and identifies important patterns. This information might be used to execute new trades or stop a rogue trader who is out of view of compliance officers.

The promise of service oriented architecture is to liberate business from the constraints of technology and unshackle technologists from the chains they themselves have forged. This has major implications both for the business and for the IT that supports the business.
The main purpose of a service-oriented architecture (SOA) is to offer synergy between the business and IT groups in an organization and to offer the organization greater flexibility.
One of the biggest deals in the SOA world is the idea that you don’t throw things out. You take the stuff (software assets) that you use every day — well, the best of the stuff you use every day — and package it in a way that lets you use it, reuse it, and keep on reusing it.
With SOA, these important programs become business services. You end up with one single business service for a given function that gets used everywhere in your organization. With SOA, when you need to change a business policy, you change it in one place and, because the same service is used everywhere, you have consistency throughout your organization.
SOA uses the find-bind-execute paradigm. In this paradigm, service providers register their service in a public registry. This registry is used by consumers to find services that match certain criteria. If the registry has such a service, it provides the consumer with a contract and an endpoint address for that service.


SOA-based applications are distributed multi-tier applications that have presentation, business logic, and persistence layers. Services are the building blocks of SOA applications. While any functionality can be made into a service, the challenge is to define a service interface that is at the right level of abstraction. Services should provide coarse-grained functionality.

SOA allows for the reuse of existing assets where new services can be created from an existing IT infrastructure of systems. In other words, it enables businesses to leverage existing investments by allowing them to reuse existing applications, and promises interoperability between heterogeneous applications and technologies. SOA provides a level of flexibility that wasn't possible before in the sense that:

  • Services are software components with well-defined interfaces that are implementation-independent. An important aspect of SOA is the separation of the service interface (the what) from its implementation (the how). Such services are consumed by clients that are not concerned with how these services will execute their requests.
  • Services are self-contained (perform predetermined tasks) and loosely coupled (for independence)
  • Services can be dynamically discovered
  • Composite services can be built from aggregates of other services.


  • The Enterprise Service Bus (ESB): The ESB is actually an architectural construct that can be designed and deployed in a manner that will parallel the business processes environment. The bus can be implemented in various ways, such as with classical messaging, EAI, and brokering technologies or by using platform-specific components such as the service integration buses in J2EE systems (such as WebSphere Application Server). The ESB can also be a combination of both EAI and application server technologies, but the implementation should not affect the overall architecture. The selection between possible implementations will be the result of an initial architecture assessment, including existing IT infrastructure, skills, and processes in the evaluation.

    Mediation in an ESB enables the intelligent processing of service requests and responses, events, and messages. These mediations can be implemented at application service endpoints (either requestor or provider) or can be distributed through the infrastructure of the bus.

    Mediation capabilities include the following:

    Transformations: XML-to-XML translations, database (DB) lookups, and aggregations.

    Message validation: This can consist of verification of any data field or a combination of fields with specific rules.

    Content or quality service selections: This requires a service selection based on content or on required quality of service. As an example, a priority customer should probably be routed to a higher throughput server than others of lesser priority.

    Content-based routing: As an example, if the service parameters contain some country information, the request can be routed to a provider in that country.

    Customized logging: This is a legal requirement that might ask for logging and audit tracks of the services interactions. Mediation is potentially a good place for this purpose.

    Metering and monitoring: A bus should have all of the manageability anchor points to enable control of its behavior and of the integrated services.

    Autonomic behavior: This is used to react when events are detected—to self-configure, heal, optimize, and so on.

    Policy management: This allows a description of all of the behavior rules that are required for the previous items in this list through externalized policies based on XML.
    Mediators are intermediary components that operate on logical Web service SOAP message representations between the requestor and the provider. These mediator components can be located close to requestors, providers, or halfway between both requestors and providers as true intermediaries. SOAP messages usually contain a header that has to be processed by the mediation handlers, but mediation can be used for purposes other than just SOAP processing and routing.
    You can implement an ESB in many different ways. It is important, however, to reuse whatever standard infrastructure services already exist, ensuring compatibility and reliability. Thus, in a best-practice-based implementation, mediators should use the standard Java Web services SOAP-handling standard: JAX-RPC. This standard provides access to the SOAP headers via the handler API and can be hosted in a J2EE application server infrastructure. Handlers can be easily chained in series and reused across systems. In addition, using embedded mediations, the ESB supports a broad spectrum of ways to hop on and off the bus. The ESB includes business connections that enable external partners in B2B interaction scenarios to participate in the service interaction flows. In this B2B case, it provides the additional mediations and security that external access imposes. Mediation on the protocols that attach to the bus enables the connectivity with existing service-oriented components. These protocols include CORBA, RMI/IIOP, TCP/IP, JCA, native JMS, and other Java protocols.
    A Web services gateway is an additional component of a bus that provides controlled access to the bus for external partners, hiding details of individual internal services, validating user access, controlling access, and auditing requests. The gateway uses core bus components such as mediation and security to implement its routing and management services.

    Because business processes are essential to the SOA approach, the model must also integrate an additional standard for this aspect: the Business Process Execution Language (BPEL). BPEL is used by business analysts to model the business processes and by programmers to implement the choreography of services.


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