• Kindle 3G Web Browsing

    Update: The newest version of the Kindle (the Kindle Touch) offers limited browsing over 3G. The Kindle Touch can only access Wikipedia and the Amazon Market over 3G – when connected to WiFi, the experimental browser can access any site. People with the older Kindle Keyboard 3G …

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  • Kindle 3G Review

    Update: This is a review of the Kindle 3G Keyboard – the review was written when the device was called the Kindle 3G. I’ve been playing around with a Kindle 3G and now I’m writing a detailed review to help you decide if you’d like to own one. …

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  • Creating a WiFi Password

    It’s important to secure your wireless network to keep neighbors and intruders out, ensuring high security and performance on your network. In this tutorial you’ll learn how to set up passwords on your wireless network. First, you need to navigate to your router’s configuration page …

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  • How to Enable Caching from htaccess

    Allowing your visitors to cache objects from your site can vastly improve their load-time and also reduce your server load. Some browsers may not cache files if the files don’t have an expires header. To quickly and easily enable sitewide caching, you can use your htaccess …

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  • Increasing Website Conversions With Supplementary Content

    It makes sense that linking to supplementary content for articles on your website will greatly reduce bounce rates. People visit a website to find information, and linking them to more information will get them interested. I wondered if, by using supplementary content pages to reduce …

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