Monthly Archives: October 2012

New Samsung Galaxy S3 ad: It’s good for sharing sex tapes!

English: Samsung Galaxy S i9000

English: Samsung Galaxy S i9000 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Le nouveau Samsung Galaxy S3 propose la connexion 4G à 48 Mbits/secondes ou ±4 Megabytes par seconde, de quoi voir une vidéo en HD en temps réel.

Pour la promouvoir, Samsung propose une publicité présentant une mère de famille partageant une vidéo des enfants à leur père prêt à partir en voyage.
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How can I change the default Python version on Max OSX using macport?

English: Python logo Deutsch: Python Logo

English: Python logo Deutsch: Python Logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I am studying Google Compute Engine, this Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) permits you to run your large-scale computing workloads on Linux virtual machines hosted on Google’s infrastructure.
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Hootsuite needs more (too much) permissions on Google Chrome

Chrome informed me that Hootsuite Hootlet has been disabled because it requires further access to my browsing activities.

“Hootsuite needs

  • to access data on all websites
  • access your tabs and browsing activity”

It should be nice that Hootsuite gives the finality of such request as I don’t use it actively.

Is there a risk for my data privacy? accessing to all my browsing activities like checking my bank account is really mandatory for such tool?

One conclusion: Google Chrome informs correctly the user if any extension wants to increase the amount of permissions it needs to fulfil its duty.

Hootsuite Hootlet needs more permissions

Hootsuite Hootlet needs more permissions