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An Invite from the President:
SIP
Welcome to the second edition of our weekly SIPpost. I hope you like the format and technology news. I would love to get your feedback, and if you would like, we will publish it to promote you!

Every month, a few associates and members meet and go Dutch at an Indian Restaurant. In addition to networking opportunities, we also bring in speakers (you could be one) to get some education.

On July 9, 2013, we are asking a visionary Indoor Ecosystem Inventor to give some tips for your home computer room using hydroponic plants.

Please join us if you are in Toronto. Details are at https://2013jul9.eventbrite.ca

I'm looking forward to meeting you at the lunch.

Max Haroon | President
Society of Internet Professionals (SIP)
416-891-4937 | rsvp@sipgroup.org
http://sipgroup.org/
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How companies track surfers without using cookies
IT World Canada
It's common knowledge that Internet advertisers use cookies to track people’s online activities for marketing purposes. Some users are able to circumvent this by setting their browsers to reject cookies. However, digital rights group Electronic Frontier Foundation said some web sites knowingly or unknowingly still relay to third-party companies information through a tracking method called fingerprinting.
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Canadians embracing design crowdsourcing
IT Business
Australian design crowdsourcing design firm DesignCrowd is marking one year in the Canadian market. The company said Canada is strongly embracing the crowdsourcing model. The crowdsourcing graphic design firm launched in Canada as part of a global expansion backed by a $3 million investment from Austalian venture capital firm Starfish Ventures in late 2011.
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Web traffic from mobile devices up 78 per cent year over year
Marketing Profs
Nearly one-fourth of total website traffic came from mobile devices in the first quarter of 2013. This went up 78 per cent from the same time in 2012 and 109 per cent since 2011, according to a recent report from Walker Sands. The Quarterly Mobile Traffic Report, based on data from a sample of Walker Sands B2B and B2C clients in multiple industries, also found that mobile traffic to websites increased less than one percentage point between 4Q12 and 1Q13.
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Internet safety tips
Digital Journal
NoBullying.com, a product of Treze Company in Northern Ireland, released complete guide to Internet Safety Tips. This article examines all the potential dangers facing Children in an online world and explaining internet safety tips that can help protect the children. The guide can be very helpful to parents, teachers and health professionals.
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How companies track surfers without using cookies
IT World Canada
It's common knowledge that Internet advertisers use cookies to track people’s online activities for marketing purposes.

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How VOIP works
IT Web
British author Arthur C Clarke famously said that any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. For many, voice over Internet protocol (VOIP) falls into this magical category.

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Cloud computing saves energy with the data to show it
Gigaom
Cloud-based business software can save significant energy, according to a new report from Berkeley Lab. To prove this the researchers built a model that crunches the data around the cloud and energy.

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Canadian laws can't handle modern snooping tech
The Tyee
Revelations about secret surveillance in the United States involving both Internet communications and the collection of metadata from all cellphone calls immediately raised questions about the possibility of Canadian involvement or the inclusion of Canadian data. Given the common communication infrastructure and similarities between Canadian and U.S. laws, it seemed likely that Canada was engaged in much of the same activities.
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The Chinese social media explosion
Calgary Herald
China had lagged the rest of the world's adoption of social media for some time, but that is no longer the case. China's use of social media is exploding, recent studies showing that China is not only no longer lagging, but has begun to lead the way in social network usage.
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Cars of the future all about infotainment and the Internet
The Globe and Mail
Horsepower? Who cares? Fuel economy? A trifling. Crash test scores? So ho-hum. Resale value? Yesterday's news. Reliability, durability? A sideshow. But connectivity? "The introduction of the Model T by Henry Ford in 1908 was a moment that transformed transportation. Today, we are at the beginning of the next big automotive revolution, the connected car," says Peggy Smedley.
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Enhanced force protection through Cloud computing
Government Security News
According to combat fatality statistics, most in-theater deaths occur within the golden hour, the first hour after traumatic injury. Combat medics are the first responders on the frontlines and their medical care increases a warfighter's chance of survival during this critical time. Due to improvements in IT, telecommunications, equipment and trauma techniques, these highly-trained medics are saving more lives and patients are receiving better, comprehensive care along the road to recovery.
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