Friday, May 31, 2013

Our Readers getting more Akamai

Generally, the entire Internet is going out of control, the spam, the malware, and many other bad selling schemes bordering on the outright stealing. The worse is the Ransomware. Something is going to have to be done there, but unfortunately the Republicans are dragging their feet on this. The readers on these blogs seem to becoming more akamai and we should help each other. Hooray for them.

"Truth exists, only falsehood has to be invented."

Why Opening Emails Was Once Unsafe

In the past, Microsoft Outlook had a serious security problem. Emails – which were once just plain text – are also allowed to contain HTML code: the same code that web pages like this one are written in. An Outlook vulnerability allowed emails to run JavaScript code and infect your computer. For this reason, just opening an email was potentially dangerous.

However, this vulnerability was fixed. Emails cannot use JavaScript. Modern email clients don’t even automatically display images in emails. As with web browsers, operating systems, and other computer programs, security holes are occasionally discovered and patched.

"Rags To Riches" by Tony Bennett

As long as you are using up-to-date software – including your mail client, browser, browser plugins, and operating system – you should be able to open email messages and view them without fear.


Are these people ready for their own blog?

"People in such a hurry to learn fancy steps that they remain forever in intermediate level. Why? Because they never learned  the basics which includes natural styling."

From the Waha 25 years ago.
By Richard Masuyama

The only comment to this trend is that many students are interested only in picking up new and very advanced dance figures without too much concern about technique and styling that goes with these. The figures in the Gold Bar and Gold Star are mostly for exhibition and competitions and are starkly out of place on the social dance floor. They generally require a great deal of space for their execution and many will agree that they look terrible when not done correctly.

With so many dance steps and figures available, it is sensible to concentrate on those that can be led and followed easily with any partner for use in social dancing. Forget the open and fancy figures that can be done only with one or very limited number of partners. Learn to do the simple figures well and leave the fancy ones to the expert exhibition dancers.

Pub's Side Note: A dance blog is what all "dance websites would like to be" updated on a regular basis, containing content that is of interest to a select or target audience. Information easy to update and change. Our readers are gradually picking up on this action.


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