Secret

Go beyond password protection security. You can hide confidential data into images without changing image properties except size. Share images containing hidden data like normal. Secret Layer Pro (worth $45) lets you encrypt your data and then hide that encrypted data in ordinary images, like the ones used every day on all websites, Facebook and email attachments. We are giving away 10 license keys (worth $450) of Secret Layer Pro. Lucky winners will be announced after 5th December 2012.

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Web and cyberspace is full of what we do not want forever for sure, yet we can have much of it for short time. Take email service for example. Most people possess single email account and they do not want it to be bombarded by thousands of mails daily from subscriptions. Yet they want a way to receive some of em’ but separately from their own email. In this case disposable email services can be useful. Suppose you want to submit your name or contacts details somewhere but you are not sure that it is safe or not. In this case you should be using some fake name, phone number and contact details. And in the case you want to share a private file to somebody and destroy it when you do not want it anymore, you need a disposable file hosting service. Here are some very cool resources of disposable services related to email, contact details, phone, file sharing and more…

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facebok-lense-flare

The lens flare effect appearing in the above image at Facebook is the result of the well appreciated and most remembered “secret” code of all time, The Konami Code, a cheat code that appears in many Konami video games. It has been also used by many web developers to enable special actions or secret pages. Many famous websites adopted it as well. At Facebook you can reveal this hidden lens flare effect using this secret code.

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by on August 27th, 2009

Winston Churchill said: “Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm.” Well said. In the case of Digg, its not true because you have to not try again and again at Digg for your content. Have you ever seen top stories at Digg? How these get so much Diggs? From my personal little experience I have something to share with you that what is the secret behind the success top stories of Digg.

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