Changing my SafeSearch settings on the different computers I use is annoying and the setting doesn’t carry over from one computer to another. While messing around with configuring Google SSL as my default search engine, I tried messing with my SafeSearch results, and found a setting to Lock them. The resulting configuration was not what I was looking for (it locks to “Strict”, I wanted it “Off”), but it’s still a handy tool for parents and people sensitive to such material. So here’s how you configure it:
The viewer should be able to mark commercials as SPAM, False-Advertisement, or Irrelevant to see more poignant commercials.
A simple solution to forcing all your Google Searches to be done over HTTPS on your Chrome browser.
According to the New York Times, AT&T is going to launch a text-message service to send SMS messages to customers in certain locations.
Um, hell no!
It’s called “ShopAlerts” and is designed to allow “brand-partners” (i.e. HP, Kmart, JetBlue, S.C. …