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BlueHost Shared Hosting Review 2016 : For WordPress Users

http://i1.wp.com/www.bloggingden.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Bluehost-Shared-hosting-review-2016.jpg?fit=800%2C533 Bluehost shared hosting review 2016 : Bluehost provides users of the web space to store network data, images, files, videos, and more. Today I am going to share an article on Bluehost shared hosting review for WordPress Users. 30 more words


Do you have a website? Are you using CloudFlare? Well here are my Janurary stats.

This shows the Cached and uncached requests. This is useful for taking stress away from my server and infrastructure. 195 more words


How to Add Google Analytics to WordPress.com Blogs

Today I decided that I wanted a little more insight to  who was accessing my website. WordPress.com stats are good, but I wanted more information. So like usual I created a new… 317 more words


What's The Half Life Of A Unicorn?

“Cybercorns” are companies that have surpassed the magical $1 billion valuation. Several of these extraordinary ventures are Okta, Sophos, Tanium, Palantir, … 915 more words


Did Thought Front Deal a Blow to ISIS?

In the past week and a half, this blog has twice covered the Islamic State’s Google+ page (here and here). Although there was no sure way of verifying that it was official, which it claimed to be, nevertheless the page was frequently updated with the latest Daesh propaganda, and was very serious in tone, save for the incongruous inclusion of comedian Jim Gaffigan in its circle. 309 more words

Meet Google Capital, the Investing Arm With the Keys to the Googleplex Kingdom

Alphabet, Google’s newfangled conglomeration, arrived in August, but we will not see its first financial figures until January, when the company reports two sets of earnings — Google and the “other bets.” Each subsidiary will not break out its own performance, but the earnings reports will offer some view into their costs and output. 870 more words


SHA1 sunset will block millions from encrypted net, Facebook warns

Tens of millions of Internet users will be cut off from encrypted webpages in the coming months unless sites are permitted to continue using SHA1, a cryptographic hashing function that’s being retired because it’s… 895 more words