Archive for the ‘Internet’ Category

Configure Ubuntu Server to Send Emails From Gmail Account

September 7th, 2013, posted in Internet, Linux, PHP


Once I got my ubuntu server up and running I want my server to send emails, and there are multiple ways to do it, but I want my emails to go directly into the inbox folder of the receiver not to the spam folder, and I want it done simply using a Gmail account.

Following this guide from the start will make you know how I’ve configured my ubuntu server to send emails from a Gmail account.

What Is Bitrate & Why Is It Important?

March 15th, 2013, posted in Hardware, Internet


With today’s technology, we can expect high amounts of speed and quality with everything that we do on our computers, our smartphones, and any other recent gadgets.
However, while this increase in speed and quality has a number of factors, a lot of it relates to something called bitrate.
What bitrate means depends on the context in which you use it, but it’s very important to know what it is, and what benefits it could potentially bring you (or what you should instead be expecting).


Jordan Web Blackout

August 30th, 2012, posted in Internet, News

Jordan, one of the more moderate of Middle Eastern countries and seen by some as the would-be “Silicon Valley of the Middle East”, is today exercising its freedom of expression in a SOPA-inspired media blackout to protest a piece of legislation that could threaten that freedom in the future. Apparently hundreds of sites have gone dark in support of #BlackoutJo — a protest against a draft bill to amend the Press and Publications Law. If approved, critics believe it could restrict Internet freedom in the country by blocking international sites, and allowing the government to moderate and potentially restrict online commenting and social media in the country.

From The Web To Jail: 6 Computer Crimes You Can Get Arrested For!

July 11th, 2012, posted in Internet, News

handcuffs on laptop

Governments across the world have tried to tame the Internet as a tempest of new technology threatens everything from strict government censorship and control over the media to entrenched media conglomerates and old concepts of acceptable speech. Like King Canute commanding the tide to turn back and not disturb him, governments have put up laws against everything from forwarding emails and commenting online in an attempt to stop the inevitable.

Many of us take for granted the freedoms we have online, but there are some people that could only dream they had the freedoms we have. Still, even those of us living in more developed countries are restricted online.

ClassConnect – Collaborative E-Learning & Cloud Storage Suite For Students & Teachers

June 23rd, 2012, posted in Internet

The flaws in traditional educational system have been under discussion a lot lately. With the passage of time, everyone is realizing and accepting a gap in matter of understanding a classroom lecture. The gap is often bridged by materials from the library, group study sessions, private tutors and, of late, the Internet. The volume of learning resources available online is staggering and you aren’t limited by geography to gain access to it. Like every other aspect of online content, the problem isn’t the lack of resources, but discovering, storing and sharing them is. ClassConnect, a free web-based application, is focused towards helping you with the above mentioned issues, all the while assisting teachers to create and distribute content too! Teachers can also look at and share lessons posted by other teachers.


January 26th, 2012, posted in Internet

The video above discusses the Senate version of the House’s Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA).

Send an email to the congress and say “No” to SOPA!

if you are a non-US citizen remember to edit the email message before sending.