Yuri Gagarin

Go tell – an attack rather primitive, but if you want someone (like a certain site admin) to spoil life – just right:). All the attacks are legitimate – no cheats, hacks etc. So we will not use the forms sending data from another site in order to circumvent the limitation of input length characters. Just in the field, which we provided for filling shall introduce any garbage that is simply not provided. So, as said Yuri Gagarin, go! Now I will give what you can do with forms, provided that the script admin is not copied. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Dr. Neal Barnard.

Right Amendment – all the code will surround the stars – * code * The user name. Here you can laugh heartily at admin and all the rest. The fact is that it is absolutely unclear to me reasons, the authors have violated the freedom of speech users and then pay for it. As you can see in the code files that store messages, the authors use delimiters # # #, : msg_start:, : elmail:, : snd_date: and : ip_dev:. And there would simply change the angle brackets on the character codes and all is well. They decided to act tough – cut and everything. Well, to your health! We replace the user name # # # or other separator and We enjoy the fact that the user name will not appear. Great, right? You look just like the record and do not understand what was going on. You can use special characters that are in the symbol table for the conversion Name of character codes – make nasty fast! Can be much more to write, but it will be reduced to all sorts of variations in the above so there is nothing interesting.

If Hamlet

Internet-thinking Charles Dunstone, the director of retail sales of mobile phones, too, are frank. Departing from the principle of some Specialists in Public Relations "never explained anything to anyone and do not apologize," Dunston in his diary is a selection of entertaining excuses for why his Internet service Talk Talk is causing so much complaints from clients, and no, not yes and throw a pebble in the garden competition. A growing number of companies included in the blogosphere, although familiar with it people say it brings them more harm than good. Firms here we have to deal with angry customers who are in the field of blogs feel like a fish in water. U.S. computer company Dell has created its own online diary after attacked popular blogger Jeff Jarvis. He created a page titled Dell Hell, after the company refused to replace his broken computer.

In doing so he struck a chord with many people who never would have known about it if it were not for blogs. In their time on site Dell Hell every day 10,000 people came. But most of the diaries are ordinary people who write about their everyday life. The popularity of this medium of communication is largely due to the fact that it allows people tell about themselves. This inevitably leads to oversupply of both demand and supply. As one of the employees of the IT-industry, "those who wrote more than those who read." The same idea was stressed at the conference Conservative Party, which this year took place with the use of modern means of communication. Delegates shared their thoughts with the help of text messages that were displayed on a giant screen.

On the blog stand people could get advice on how to start your blog. Addressing them, Eric Schmidt, chairman and ceo of Google, said that "the average blog is only one reader – the author himself." But the beauty of blogs that it has absolutely no value. Many blogs – selfless to the extent that anyone would have drove into the paint – are more of a psychological medicine. Well, if anyone had read it – well, not sorry. Edition Books by the author will fly a lot of money, and start a blog is nothing, to simply and quickly. Professional writers often mocked the style of many blogs, but accusing them of fatal banality certainly not worth it. That is why many people are engaged in such diaries. I've been a little-known, but the original martial art of kendo (fencing with bamboo swords), and found that one of my mates have an online diary in which He describes the practice in detail, to the last war cry. His site – just a storehouse of information. Once I mentioned it in conversation with my other teammates, expecting that he, like me, puzzled shrug shoulders. But instead, he said that he reads it. Amazement, I was speechless, and realized that finally stumbled upon a unique and massive online product. This case also shows: it is impossible to hope that what you say in Internet go unnoticed. Many paid with their work for being too candid remarks in the diary. If Hamlet uttered his famous soliloquy on-line, after a call "to meet the sea to weapons of troubles" in the force of his uncle Claudia would have sounded like alarm.