where you can also find an additional
and private blog where you may practice
without showing your work to others.
There is also a list-group with
instruction on how to join or sign-in
temporarily, as well as a Movable Type Blog
and a moBlog for you to test, anytime.
Yahoo is now using something called "Web Beacons" to track Yahoo Group
users around the net and see what you're doing and where you are going -
similar to cookies. Take a look at their updated privacy statement:
About half-way down the page, in the section "Outside the Yahoo!
Network", you'll see a little "click here" link that will let you "opt-out" of
their new method of snooping. I strongly recommend that you do this.
Once you have clicked that link, you are opted out. Notice the
"Success" message the top the next page. Be careful because on that page there is a "Cancel Opt-out" button that, if clicked, will "undo" the opt-out.
Thanks to the article Bookmarklets Boost Web Surfing, I was able to quickly check the links on this site, finding a few to update; easy and painless, anyone can apply the same bookmarklets to their own or other websited; it is a great addition to our web tools to consider.
While navigating those links, TanTek.com provided information about other interesting tools we could investigate; by the way, tantak.com is now one of our Selected Links on the left panel.