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Posted by rexdixon on December 29, 2006

60,000 page views over that darn computer of Marshall’s. That is quite impressive for one post about a Ferrari that became the talk of the internet the past few days. I think the controversy helped Microsoft in the Vista launch. Why do I say this?

Well coming from a rock n’ roll background such as mine, I know that controversy sells. Look for Microsoft’s PR agency to make this whole event come out looking like gold by the time Vista rolls out to the masses.

I predict Vista will be flying off the shelves. Of course as I have stated many times over, Rex Dixon does not have a computer or laptop that can run the new Microsoft OS. It will probably be as I have already said before, around 3rd quarter or later in 2007 before I will have gear good enough to run Vista.

Technically Speaking, unless someone such as Microsoft donates a laptop to Rex Dixon like they did for the bloggers to use, review, and return, or give away, or keep – Rex Dixon is using XP and also Linux for the time being. 🙂

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NSFW attribute is a great idea

Posted by rexdixon on December 29, 2006

The NSFW attribute would be a really good one to have. I can see allot of content owners utilizing this attribute. NSFW stands for Not Safe For Work. I bet allot of you readers can now see a good reason to have that attribute. I believe it would be something that could be used right from the get go if added. There are tons of links that you do not need to click on while you are at work, or even if there are younger people viewing a site with you.  

The article goes on to explain the full reason why there should be a NSFW attribute. Technically Speaking, this would be a great new HTML standard for 2007.  

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Posted by rexdixon on December 27, 2006

As always, right after midnight there is always something new going on in the world. read the restTechnically Speaking -

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Congress Doesn’t GET it!

Posted by rexdixon on December 26, 2006

Why do they not get it? Because they are a bunch of out of touch polititians. They don’t have the pulse on society like say, Rex Dixon does. Polititians are mostly so out of touch with society in general, that “We The People” have no say in our American government.

They don’t realize that the internet is paving the way for – Business – in the 21st century. They would rather keep the people (that would be you the reader and myself) 19th and 20th Century enslavement. Why? Because they continue to make money for themselves by enslaving the people.

Congress is a big joke. No matter if it’s Democrat or Republican. Technically Speaking, they all need to be ousted. All 400 plus congress members and all 100 Senators. They have no place in 21st Century society. As far as I’m concerned, all 500 plus members need to pack their bags, and be replaced by a generation of progress and forward thinkers. They don’t realize that blogs, mashups, social networks, mp3 distribution sites, etc.. They are the 21st Century’s answer to 19 and 20th Century enslavement. Slavery is not legal, and Congress is behind keeping most of America back in the 20th Century.  Here is to hoping that in 2007, things will keep progressing foward – with or without a “congressional blessing”.

Posted in 2007, Bloggers, blogging, Business Social Network, internet, social media content, Social Networks, Technically Speaking | 1 Comment »

Nice Interview to read

Posted by rexdixon on December 22, 2006

My interviews are short and sweet. Now if I had time to sit down with Vint Cerf the father of the internet (sorry, Al Gore, he really IS the father!), I think it would have to expand somewhat. For now, Technically Speaking does the “5 questions and a cloud of data bytes” and on to the next article.

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Linking is the core of the Internet

Posted by rexdixon on December 22, 2006

What a dork. The judge who “rules” that deep linking is illegal. I mean seriously, how does this judge think the internet was built? If we can’t link, then you are killing off the current internet as we know it today. I don’t believe that government has ANY PLACE making rulings about what goes on within the internet.

Such rulings are a TOTAL waste of our tax dollars.  Why do judges get involved in something they know very little about? It’s obviously all about the money folks. That has to be the ticket here. For a judge to “rule” that it’s illegal to do deep linking is quite foolish. It has no bearing on the society that judges are suppose to be ruling over. What it does is basically make the internet more of a society. It makes a mockery out of goverment in general.

Technically Speaking, this society called the internet does not want government to be involved in what goes on here. As the article states, if you do NOT want your data linked to another site, then stay the F off the internet! Post your thoughts elsewhere.

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