I had a copy of an e-mail that had a virus in it that I wanted to analyze. The problem was that the Outlook e-mail message was in .msg format. My virtual machine that I was using to analyze malware was Windows XP based. The problem was that the included Outlook Express would not open the Outlook saved .msg file. And I did not want to install Outlook on the system.
There's been an interesting discussion over at JSMentors.com about JSONP and how to make it safer. This is a good thing, not least because it forced me to take a deeper look and come up with a (sort of) counter-proposal of my own.
We'll start with an overview of JSON basics, including the EcmaScript 5 JSON API, and then discuss cross-domain JSON retrieval via JSONP.
Tabs in JQuery are quite simple to implement, and they add some neat functionality that users will appreciate.
Tabs are a nice way to separate content logically. Without using tabs one often ends up with a single huge form that contains too many fields for a user to process properly.
In some cases users dislike the idea of tabs but it's really just a matter of preference and getting used to them.
I've heard about how pinging services can help to promote new content on one's Web site. Basically a pinging service works by notifying a list of search providers when you post new content to your Web site or blog. My question is:
Do these work and are they needed for a WordPress.com blog?
While researching the issue I've read that these pinging services are no longer needed and can in fact lower your blog's standing with the search engine.
So with all of the hype surrounding Microsoft's new Outlook.com webmail system, one has to ask oneself exactly what the benefits are to this new system. Is Outlook.com just another online email service just like the rest? Or is there something unique that distinguishes it from similar systems by Google or Yahoo?
Keep in mind that these are just my personal opinions and I'm sure many would strongly disagree.
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