Sunday, March 31, 2013

Karpov shows how to dismantle the Queen's Gambit Declined! (vs Yusupov

Chess Live - 5 minute - Caro Kann Defense Fantasy Variation - exchange

Chess Traps: Bobby Fischer Trap

Bobby Fischer was one of the greatest chess minds of all time and always executed great ideas on the chess board. While there are many things we can learn from Bobby Fischer, in this video we look at one of his famous traps that he used.

Star Wars Kinect HD Trailer

What is my Yahoo mail server POP details?

Are you using If so, you will need to upgrade to Yahoo Plus which is $19.99/year. Yahoo disables POP unless you have this service. Then you can enter your Yahoo ID, Yahoo Password and Yahoo's SMTP.

Finally here are the steps you need to follow:

1. From the Tools menu, choose "Accounts."
2. Select the "Mail" tab.
3. Click the "Add" button.
4. From the Add menu, click "Mail."
5. In the text box labeled Display Name, type your name and click "Next."
6. In the Email Address box, type your Yahoo! Mail address (be sure to include "") and click "Next."
7. Under "My incoming mail server is a…" select "POP3."
8. Type "" in the Incoming Mail (POP3, IMAP, or HTTP) Server box.
9. Type "" in the Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server box.
10. Click "Next."
11. In the Account Name box, type your Yahoo! Mail ID (your email address without the "").
12. In the Password box, type your Yahoo! Mail password.
13. If you want Outlook Express to remember your password, check the "Remember password" box.
14. Do not check the boxes labeled "Log on using Secure…"
15. Click "Next."
16. Click "Finish."
17. Select '' under 'Account,' and click 'Properties.'
18. Click the “Servers” tab.
19. Under “Outgoing Mail Server” check the box next to “My server requires authentication”
20. Click the 'Advanced' tab.
21. Under “Outgoing mail Server (SMTP)”, check the box next to “This server requires a secure connection (SSL). Enter port number “465” in the “Outgoing mail (SMTP)” field.
22. Under “Incoming mail (POP3)”, check the box next to “This server requires a secure connection (SSL)". The port number in the “Incoming mail (POP3)" field should automatically change from 110 to 995. If it doesn’t, make sure the port number is set to 995.


Incoming Mail Server (POP3):
Use SSL, port: 995

Outgoing Mail Server (SMTP):
Use SSL, port: 465, use authentication

Account Name/Username: Your Yahoo username
Email address: Your Yahoo! ID
Password: Your Yahoo! Mail password

Another way you can go to options in tha yahoo! mail classic view and click on POP access and forwarding.This option is not yet available in new yahoo! interface so you would have to downgrade to mail classc for viewing this.

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5 Places Where You Should Never Give Your Social Security Number

Every time you go to a new doctor or dentist and they give you a clipboard brimming with documents to fill out and sign, notice how they always ask for your Social Security number? Do you dutifully give it up? Did you ever wonder if they really need it?
I once asked a doctor why he wanted it. His response: “I don’t really know. I guess it’s because we’ve always asked for it.” (In actuality, most doctors ask in case your insurance doesn’t pay the entire invoice and/or to fill out a death certificate if you die. Offer a next of kin who knows the number instead, and your phone number for billing issues.)
Almost every day somebody asks for your Social Security Number and, like the Grand Marshal of a parade throwing rose petals or candy to the crowd, you probably give it up without giving it a second thought — because that’s what you’ve always done.
So, the next time someone asks you for your Social Security number, reflect on this: In December, the Army announced that hackers stole the Social Security numbers of 36,000 visitors to Fort Monmouth in New Jersey, including intelligence officers. Cyber activists took control of the CIA’s website. The private information, including some Social Security numbers, of celebrities and political leaders including FBI Director Robert Mueller and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were exposed.
The sensitive data of First Lady Michelle Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and Attorney General Eric Holder, recently were posted on a website for the world to see.
Hackers even listened in on a phone call in which the FBI and Scotland Yard were discussing the criminal investigation against those very same hackers!
And, these incidents are only the crumbs on top of the coffee cake when you consider that hackers and thieves have improperly accessed more than 600 million consumer files since 2004.
Monty Python had it right
The moral to these horror stories is that if your Social Security number is stored on any computer anywhere, hackers will find a way to access it, or a compromised or disgruntled employee may well walk out the door with it. If your doctor, gym, or child’s grade school claims otherwise, that their security systems can protect your private data better than the CIA, FBI and Scotland Yard, to quote Monty Python: “Run away!”
Your identity is your biggest asset, and your Social Security number is the key to your personal kingdom. With it an identity thief can wreak havoc, hijacking your old credit accounts, establishing new ones, buying cars and houses, committing crimes, even obtaining medical products and services while pretending to be you, endangering not just your credit and your reputation, but also your life.
Consumers whose Social Security numbers are exposed in a data breach are five times more likely to become fraud victims than those who aren’t, according to the latest identity fraud report by Javelin Strategy & Research.
Just say no
For better or worse, you are the gatekeeper. The person most responsible for shielding your Social Security Number is you. Therefore, your mission is to limit, as best you can, the universe of those who gain access to it.
Here’s a short list of companies and organizations that have absolutely no business requesting your Social Security number:
1. Anyone who calls or sends you an official-looking email, who texts you a link to any site or designates a number to call where you are asked to confirm your SSN. If they call, check the credit or debit card that is the subject of the communication, call the customer service number listed on the back, and ask for the security department. If they email or text, do the same, or go directly to the institution’s website (provided you know who they are). Make sure you type the correct URL, and make sure that the page where you are asked to enter your information is secure. Only provide personal information if you’re the one who controls the interaction.
2. Public schools: Your utility bill confirms your address. Your email and phone number give them channels to contact you in an emergency. Asking for your Social Security number is overkill.
3. Little League, summer camp and the like: For the same reasons as school, a Social Security number should never be required by these groups. If they ask for your child’s birth certificate, show it to them, don’t leave it with them unless they can prove they will protect it. And even then, can you really believe them?  If you use credit to pay for the activity, the organization may need your Social Security number. If you pay for it upfront or with a direct debit to your bank account or credit card, they don’t. Period.
4. Supermarkets: A frequent shopper card is neither a loan, nor a bank account. It’s merely a tool grocery stores use to track your purchases, primarily for marketing purposes. Regardless, many supermarket chains request customers’ Social Security numbers on their application forms. Refuse.
5. Anybody who approaches you on the street, whether it’s a cell phone company salesman offering a free T-shirt or someone running a voter registration campaign: Never, ever give your SSN. If you want an ill-fitting T-shirt festooned with corporate logos, buy one. If you want to register to vote, go to your county board of elections in person.
This is the short list. There are plenty of other organizations that should never get your Social Security number, and if you know one that I’ve left out, please leave it in the comments.
Don’t just hand it over
Once you realize how often you are asked for your Social Security number, you may be surprised. It happens literally all the time. So, the next time someone does, as they inevitably will, here’s how to handle it:
1. Take a minute and think. Maybe they ask for SSNs blindly, because everyone else does, or because that’s how they’ve always done it. Maybe they actually need it. See if their reason sounds legitimate.  (Update: For example,’s Credit Report Card does ask for your SSN in order to generate your credit score and credit report summary — an industry standard – but the information is fully encrypted with a bank level authentication process.)
2. Negotiate. There are many different ways to identify you without a Social Security number, including your driver’s license or account number. Fight to use those instead.
3. If you must share your Social Security number, do so, but make sure the people taking it down have strong security measures in place to protect it. That said, you only have their assurance and frankly, in light of the mistakes people make and the sophistication level of hackers, who really knows if they can protect it?
Overcoming the addiction
If all this sounds like a giant pain in the neck, you’re right. It is. In the midst of our busy lives, we shouldn’t be the only ones concerned with protecting our most valuable identity asset, but it is what it is. Until somebody creates a Silver Bullet for identity theft, we are forced to take matters into our own hands.
Don’t be passive; ask the companies and nonprofit groups with which you do business how they plan to protect you. Do they password protect and encrypt all the personal information they collect? Do they have strict controls on who has access to computers containing your Social Security number, and do they keep this sensitive data off laptops, tablets and hard drives that are easy to steal or lose?
Like the doctor I met, many companies collect Social Security numbers they don’t need because they’re operating on autopilot. They’ve always done it, and their colleagues at other companies do it, so the practice continues and spreads on the strength of simple, dumb inertia. I believe that we are smarter than that. By demanding that companies do a better job protecting our personal information, and refusing to hand out our Social Security numbers like candy at a parade, we can force them to get smarter, too. And if they don’t think we’re serious about this and the government doesn’t finally force them off their Social Security number addiction, it is highly likely that the ultimate regulator of the American economic system, class action attorneys, will be knocking on their doors.

How do I find my outgoing mail server?

What is an outgoing mail server?

Your Outgoing Mail Server is what you use for sending email in programs such as Outlook and Outlook Express.
The outgoing mail server you use for uploading to SportingPulse will depend on the ISP (Internet Service Provider) you are connected to the Internet through. If you use a laptop and connect to different ISP’s, depending on your location, you will need to obtain the outgoing mail server for the ISP you are connected to at the time you are uploading.

How do I find my outgoing mail server?

The easiest way to find your outgoing mail server is to contact your ISP. Most ISP’s provide their outgoing mail server in the Help/Support sections of their Websites.
If you have a working email program installed you can obtain your outgoing mail server from there. If you use Outlook or Outlook Express the following instructions will show you how to obtain your outgoing mail server:

Outlook and Outlook Express

  1. Open Outlook or Outlook Express

  2. Go to the Tools menu

  3. Select Accounts

  4. Click on the Mail tab
  5. Select your mail account
  6. Click on Properties

  7. Click on Servers

  8. The server you require is in the Outgoing mail (SMTP) field


Outlook (XP and 2003)

  1. Open Outlook

  2. Go to the Tools menu

  3. Select E-Mail Accounts

  4. Select View or change existing email accounts

  5. Click on the Next button
  6. Select an email account
  7. Click on Change

  8. The server you require is in the Outgoing mail server (SMTP) field

Common Mail Servers

This list below is in no way an up-to-date or accurate listing of outgoing mail servers, but merely a guide, which may be of assistance when trying to find your outgoing mail server. If you cannot find your mail server in this list or by looking it up in Outlook or Outlook Express, then you will need to contact your ISP to obtain your outgoing mail server.
Internet Service ProviderMail Server
Bigpond (Dial Up)
Bigpond (ADSL)
Bigpond (Cable)
Swiftel (WA)
Swiftel (NSW, VIC)
Swiftel (QLD)
Swiftel (SA)

New Zealand
Internet Service ProviderMail Server

Friday, March 29, 2013

Pole dancing champ talks about Olympics


Juan Mabromata/AFP/Getty ImagesAustralian Felix Cane, who has been world champ, thinks pole dancing is more art than a sport.
Now that the 2012 Olympics are over, it's time to ask the big question: Will pole dancing make the cut and be an Olympic sport in the future? That's what the International Pole Sports Federation would like. Australian Felix Cane, who was named Miss Pole Dance World 2010, wrote for Playbook about the sport's potential selection. 

I definitely believe that pole dancing can be performed to extremely high athletic standards. Certainly the elite members of the pole dance community would train and prepare for pole dancing competitions in much the same way that the Olympic athletes prepare for the Games. To perform pole at a high level, you need extreme strength, flexibility and control. Personally, I do not feel that it is a sport but rather an art much like dance. However it can be performed in a very sanitized gymnastic style, which is more about the difficulty of the tricks rather than the performance as a whole, and perhaps making it more Olympic-friendly. 

Pole dancing is a performance incorporating a pole as an outside apparatus much like you would see a gymnast do with beam or parallel bars. It has grown and evolved so much over the past decade. Unfortunately, most people incorrectly assume that pole dancing is something that only striptease artists perform in strip clubs, but there is a vast difference between pole dancers and strippers. Part of the difficulty of pole is that your apparatus is made of metal and very slick -- having fabric of any kind between your skin and the pole will cause slipping and possible injury. To have more skin available to utilize on the pole, it is performed usually in a bikini-style outfit very similar to what is worn for women's beach volleyball. It takes strength and endurance to keep your whole body weight up off the ground and great flexibly and skill to perform the transitions, flips and tricks. A lot of the feedback that I receive from people who have never seen pole dancing before is disbelief. The majority of people cannot even conceive the feats that are possible on the pole. 

I started pole dancing after my mother allowed my little sister, who was 14 years old at the time, try out a pole dancing class. I was appalled. I, like most people, thought pole dancing was for only strippers! My mom turned to me and quite nonchalantly replied, "Oh, open your mind. It's not what you think." So, after that I decided that I couldn't be out-cooled by my own mother and I enrolled in a pole dancing class. After the first lesson, I was hooked. At the eight-month mark, I won my first Australian pole dancing title. After two years, I was approached by Cirque du Soleil to work in their show "Zumanity." That same year I won my first World Pole Dancing Championship. I have since won the Australian Championships three times consecutively and the worlds twice. I was also asked to join Cirque du Soleil's"Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour," which is where I perform my pole dancing solo act now. 

It is a great honor for me to have the opportunity not only to perform my art as my career but also to have the opportunity to introduce pole dancing to hundreds of thousands of people across the globe each year. It is my belief that the best way to show the public what pole dancing really can be is simply to show them. Whether the world is ready for pole dancing to be in the Olympics in 2016, I am ever hopeful that the public will learn to shake the stigma that pole is fundamentally wrong and dirty. After starting pole dancing only six years ago, this phenomenal workout has changed my life forever and for the better. 

Funny videos

Mystery Booms, Monarchs, & Gobekli Tepe:

On Thursday's show, investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe discussed the loud mystery booms that are persisting with intensity, the Monarch butterflies annual migration numbers declining and their possible extinction, and speculation that the function of the strange, 'alien' Gobekli Tepe excavation has to do with the recycling of souls.

In just five days between March 13 and March 17, 2013 hundreds of loud "bone-rattling, house-shaking" boom reports were made by residents to 911 and other local authorities in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Alabama, southern California, southern Illinois, Idaho and Kentucky. Then on the afternoon of March 19, in New Jersey's Atlantic, Cape May and Cumberland Counties, "multiple earthquake-like tremors rattled homes and offices," but USGS said there was no seismic event recorded. She spoke with Louisville, KY resident Eddie Lashley who described a March 17th event in which he experienced a sound unlike he'd ever heard before that knocked picture frames off the wall, and sent his dogs running for cover under the bed. After the incident, he received phone calls from friends as far as 50 miles away who'd also experienced the boom. Anna Hoaglan of Woodland Hills, CA talked to Linda and described an odd explosive sound like glass breaking that she hea rd at her home on March 7th, yet there was no broken glass anywhere. Linda shared an email from a retired electronics engineer who suggested that the sounds being heard are coming from the Earth itself, and reflect changes deep inside the core.

Since 1994, there has been a steady decline of Monach butterfly migrations, and this winter of 2012-2013, scientists reported the lowest number of monarchs in Mexico on record - only 2.9 acres. And it is Mexico where the butterflies need to lay their eggs on milkweed for their young larvae to eat before changing into Monarchs. The unthinkable is now possible: Monarch extinction. She interviewed Professor of Biology, Chip Taylor, the Founder and Director of Monarch Watch. He told her that Canada, the U. S. and Mexico have expanded GMO corn and soybean acreages filled with herbicides that kill milkweed and consequently kill the natural cycle of Monarchs. Prof. Taylor is working with other scientists to get the three nations to create milkweed sanctuaries in home backyards, city parks and national forests to save the Monarchs.

In a two-part report, she spoke with UK author Andrew Collins who recently published the article Gobekli Tepe: Its Cosmic Blueprint Revealed. The mysterious excavation at Gobekli Tepe, in southeast Turkey, has revealed a temple complex built some 7,000 years before Stonehenge and the Great Pyramid. Collins suggested that certain large standing stones in the complex are linked by one specific circular wall that aims at the brightest star Deneb in the Cygnus Constellation, which sits at the opening of the Dark Rift in the Milky Way Galaxy. This has provoked him to speculate that the function of the temple complex has to do with the recycling or transferring of souls. One of the startling discoveries at the site is a carving of a vulture-like bird with a wing outstretched toward a circle. Later used in Egypt, the symbol of the vulture and circle related to stripping flesh from the bones of the dead and the recycling of souls from Earth to the afterlife and back again.

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Alien Spacecraft and Alien Moonbase found on the Dark Site of the Moon !

NASA`S TOP SECRET MOONMISSION - Alien Spacecraft and Alien Moonbase found on the Dark Site of the Moon !

Conspiracy vid shows 'shapeshifter alien' who guards the White House

So maybe you've seen this insane conspiracy video (which has amassed a shocking number of page views in one week) that accuses the White House of using "a shapeshifter alien humanoid working for the powers that be." Also, there are Zionists involved. Anyway, the real fun of the story came when the National Security Council was contacted. "I can't confirm the claims made in this video, but any alleged program to guard the president with aliens or robots would likely have to be scaled back or eliminated in the sequester," spokeswoman Caitlin Hayden said. "I'd refer you to the Secret Service or Area 51 for more details." We're not hearing a "no." [Source]

Sunday, March 24, 2013

Fundamentals of Spatial Streams

IEEE 802.11ac: Learn the Fundamentals of the New WLAN Standard

The IEEE 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard promises to deliver greater than a Gigabit connectivity for the next generation of mobile devices. Learn more:

What is 802.11ac? 

Avril Salter, Wireless Deployment Specialist, Next Direction Technologies

AC is a new radio. We've had B, A, G, N, and we've now got AC. Why it's really exciting is it's going to go up to much, much higher data rates. It's also going to allow you to have much higher capacity of wireless traffic across your network.

How does it do that? It has several key features. One of the main features is it goes to wider bandwidths. In N, we've go 20 and 40 megahertz, and now we're going to 80 and also an option to go to 160 megahertz, significantly increasing your data rate. 

It's also introducing spatial multiplexing up to an 8x8 MIMO. There are 8 antennas, which is pretty amazing if you think about using 8 antennas on this equipment now.

The very first products you're going to see 2013 in the enterprise environment we anticipate will be a 3x3 MIMO. What that one may be able to do is get up to data rates which is over a gigabit per second. We're looking at 1.3 Gbps in good RF conditions. So it's going to give you a much, much richer user environment for doing data, video, etc. 

There are also some really other interesting features. One of the things that's also going to incrementally increase your data rate is going to 256 QAM, a much, much higher level of modulation, which I have never seen except in microwave links before. So we're now seen that in a Wi-Fi environment, and what's nice with that one is we're going to couple that with beamforming, so focusing your energy in one direction, which will allow you to get up to those higher data rates much further away from your access point, which is just really exciting that you can get now higher data rates by using these more advanced technologies.

The other one which we've not seen before is called multi-user MIMO and multi-user MIMO is actually going to allow you to have up to four users transmitting at the same time. Historically, we've had one use of our access point, and now we have four. That's going to be up to fourfold in your capacity. 

Not only are you going to have higher data rates, but you're going to have higher capacity as well. So this is super exciting that we have this new radio coming out.

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Block Websites from your Router or using DNS

September 20th, 2012 by Aseem Kishore | File in: Featured PostsHow-To

Looking for a way to block websites in your home so that anyone connected to your network cannot access them? There are lots of programs out there that you can install on a PC or Mac to block or filter websites, but I don’t like these solutions because you have to manually install it on each computer and for any new devices that get connected to the network, they won’t be blocked.
On top of that, what if you want to block the site on other devices connected to wifi like tablets or smartphones? Well, instead of blocking websites on a device by device basis, you can block websites from your wireless router! This is great because all traffic on your internal network has to pass through your router. If you block it here, there is no need to install any software on any computer or to make any changes to the settings on any computer.
This means you don’t have to bother with proxy servers, group policy or secret software running on machines in order to block a few websites. In this article, I’ll show you how you can use your router or use DNS to block websites. All the action takes place on your router.

Block Websites on Router

Just about every router today now has the option to block or filter websites right on the router. For example, I have a Netgear N600 wireless router and there is a whole section called Content Filtering. You’ll need to log into the web interface of your router in order to access these settings.
block websites
If you click on Block Sites, you can block on a schedule or block all the time. So you could set it up so that the sites are only blocked at night or during the hours you choose. So you can prevent your kids from browsing Facebook after 9 pm very easily. Just type in the domain name or a keyword if you block websites with certain words in the URL.
content filtering
It even has the option to allow trusted IP addresses to access the blocked sites, so you can give your computer a static IP address and add it to the list. This way, you can browse everything, but no one else will be able too. In addition to blocking websites, Netgear also has options for blocking services, so you can block all FTP traffic or all AIM traffic. You can create alerts and get emails when someone tries to visit a blocked website.
Not all routers will have the same number of features like Netgear, but there is usually at least a minimum ability to block websites. If your router simply doesn’t have any mechanism for blocking sites via the software, then you can try using DNS.

Block Websites using DNS

On your router, you can also block websites by using another DNS service provider other than your ISP. OpenDNS is an awesome DNS service provider that gives you free content filtering for home use. All you have to do is sign up for a free account and change the DNS servers on your router to point to the OpenDNS servers.
dns settings
OpenDNS even has a section on how to change the DNS settings for just about every router out there. You can check out this link to change yours:
Note that you should sign up for a free Home account, not a Premium DNS account. The Home account is what gives you the ability to block individual websites. It’s great that the service is free and OpenDNS may actually be faster than your ISP DNS servers.
Those are two excellent ways of blocking websites on your home network without having to configure a single computer or device. It’s the easiest way and provides the widest coverage since you’re blocking the websites at the source. If you have any questions, post a comment and I’ll try to help. Enjoy!

How to Block Websites With Linksys Wireless Router Read more: How to Block Websites With Linksys Wireless Router

A wireless router communicates with all computers in the wireless network over radio links; it also communicates those computers to the outside world, by way of a wired network backbone -- a cable modem connection provided by an Internet service provider. Since the router can access every request for Web pages issued from any computer in the wireless network, it can keep track of all accesses to websites. You can use a feature built into Linksys wireless routers to prevent users from accessing certain websites of your choice.


    • 1
      Connect your computer to any of the ports labeled with a number on the back of the Linksys router.
    • 2
      Log in to the computer.
    • 3
      Launch a Web browser by double-clicking on its desktop icon. Navigate with the browser to the router's configuration utility. The Web address for the configuration utility depends on the model. For example, a Linksys WRT54GS has its configuration utility listening at address "".
    • 4
      Navigate to the menu section of the configuration utility where you can block websites. For example, for a WRT54GS, click "Access Restrictions."
    • 5
      Type the Web addresses of the websites you want to block in the appropriate fields, then save the configuration to the router so that changes become permanent. For example, on a WRT54GS, type the addresses of up to 4 websites into the fields in the "Website Blocking by URL Address" section. Click on "Save Settings." After that point, the Linksys router will no longer allow requests from the blocked websites to reach the outside world.

Read more: How to Block Websites With Linksys Wireless Router |

How to Filter Websites Using Wireless Router

How to Filter Websites Using Belkin N Wireless Router

by Ruri Ranbe, Demand Media
Most modern Belkin routers use 802.11n -- the technical name for Wireless N signals -- to communicate wirelessly with other devices. Compared to previous wireless standards, such as Wireless B, Wireless N is faster and offers improved signal strength. Some Wireless N Belkin routers come with a Web filter that enables users to block certain websites. Companies can enable the filter on the router to prevent employees from accessing malicious sites that could potentially harm workstations on the network.

Step 1

Launch a Web browser and type "http://router" or "" (without quotes) into the address bar. Press "Enter" to access the router administration page.

Step 2

Click "Login."

Step 3

Leave the password field blank and click "Submit" to sign in to the Belkin router.

Step 4

Choose "Website Filters" from under Parental Controls.

Step 5

Select "Block Malicious, Adult or Other Non-Family Friendly Sites," "Block Malicious and Adult Sites" or "Block Malicious Sites" from the options, depending on your preferences.

Step 6

Click "Apply Changes" to configure the Web filter on the Wireless N router.