Well my goodness, that didn't take long. I was thinking it'd be tomorrow that the next account would be compromised, however it's recently happened again... this time BET (Black Entertainment Television) has been compromised and had their profile picture changed to the MTV logo.
And also MTV's official Twitter account has also been compromised too, with their name being changed to "HACKED MTV!".
This is crazy... three blue badged accounts so far this evening... stay tuned for more.
Normally the world's eyes are always on Sydney, Australia's fireworks when it comes to the New Year, however I believe the display from the Aussie's this year wasn't upto scratch. It was very "spaced out" and patchy and there wasn't so much of the iconic bridge being used either - though I did notice the beautiful golden waterfall effect, that was beautiful. However it seemed this years winner was without a doubt here on our home turf, London.
London 2013 New Year Fireworks - Duration: 11:52 - Size: 156MB
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If you try opening dalehay
.com.me and get a script error, then this is because you're more than likely using Internet Explorer 8 Beta 2. I tried it and all I get to see is one post and the advert then the error would stop the rest of the page loading and firing at me with this error message:
Message: HTML Parsing Error: Unable to modify the parent container element before the child element is closed (KB927917)
The reason this is appearing is because it's in Beta mode the development tools are still on and I'm unsure how to turn them off (not... [read more]
The Queen is know to be in-with-technology as she regularly sends text messages on her mobile phone and listens to music on her iPod and even has her own YouTube account (setup by Google). However next month she is due to goto Google's Headquarters and meet the team as she has now became hooked on the internet. The Sun newspaper has got a brilliant mock up of what her "MySpace" page would look like if she set one up.
Google is on yet another venture to own the world! This time they're releasing their own web browser called Chrome, which will be available on Windows - with a Mac and Linux version coming after. The browser is said to be lightweight, fast and can handle all next generation web applications to do with graphics and multimedia (i.e. flash, java, silverlight). A beta version is available on Tuesday.
Suprisingly, the Chief Executive of Mozilla (who make Mozilla Firefox) was happy and confident about Google's rival software, however Microsoft wasn't as happy and have just plainly started blabbing on about Internet Explorer... [read more]