PRSM is a brand-new way to share everything: credit card purchases, Internet searches, email messages, photos, phone calls, and more! PRSM has partnered with Google, Apple, Facebook, Skype, AT&T, and many other companies to secure your information in the world’s largest datacenters. You probably even already have an account, whether or not you signed up! The site is actually a parody of the NSA’s PRISM spying program. Designed by Datacoup — a company that aims to help you convert your personal data into a form of currency so you control how it’s used — the PRSM parody site links to the Electronic Freedom Foundation when you click Sign Up Now and then Contact Technical Support. follow link
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Using Keyboard Commands While Screen Sharing
In Snow Leopard, screen sharing now properly transfers all keyboard commands to the remote server. For example, the Command-Tab application switcher switches applications only on the remote system's screen.
- ExtraBITS for 26 August 2013 (26 Aug 13)
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The most awesome thing about this? I'm evidently already signed up!
Me too! I for one believe that PRSM-based signin (where you don't have to do anything at all) is the wave of the future.
The search feature is amazing. I wanted to find a high-school classmate who didn't have a Facebook account. Not only did I find him, but I obtained his phone records, emails, and credit card purchases!
Who knew that POTUS on Game Center really is President Obama! And the dude's pretty good at Plants vs Zombies 2!