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Pin A Quote, a Startup that allows you to add text to Pinterest

Pin A Quote has been launched earlier this month by Web strategist Adam Rotman from Ontario, Canada. Pin a Quote lets you highlight any text on any Website that you think would make a good “pin”. Once you’ve highlighted the text you want, you may click the “Pin A Quote” bookmarklet & add in “Who said the quote.” It then converts the quote to an image, allowing you to pin the same on one of your boards on Pinterest or any other Social Network you want. Before you do that, you can also preview the same.

Not only that, Pin a Quote also remembers the source of the text to enable your followers to return to the Webpage where you 1st found your quote. Details such as the identity of the person who wrote the text, etc, can also be recorded.

But before you can do all the above, you need to install the bookmarklet in your Browser. It works in almost all. You need to drag the icon to your bookmarks tab to install it. …& its Free.

Hackers get to Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 at Pwn2Own

After Google Chrome, it was the turn of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 9.

The Microsoft Browser was hacked at the CanSecWest Pwn2Own hacking competition by a team from the French research firm Vupen. The hackers were able to run code outside the Browser’s Protected Mode sandbox, a security feature meant to contain malicious code. They were thus able to take control of a fully-patched Windows 7 machine.

Pwn2Own, held every year at the CanSecWest security conference in Vancouver, tests hackers to find vulnerabilities in four Web Browsers — Microsoft Internet Explorer, Apple Safari, Google Chrome & Mozilla Firefox. The contest is based on a points system.

Pin A Quote, a Startup that allows you to add text to Pinterest

Pin A Quote has been launched earlier this month by Web strategist Adam Rotman from Ontario, Canada. Pin a Quote lets you highlight any text on any Website that you think would make a good “pin”. Once you’ve highlighted the text you want, you may click the “Pin A Quote” bookmarklet & add in “Who said the quote.” It then converts the quote to an image, allowing you to pin the same on one of your boards on Pinterest or any other Social Network you want. Before you do that, you can also preview the same.

Not only that, Pin a Quote also remembers the source of the text to enable your followers to return to the Webpage where you 1st found your quote. Details such as the identity of the person who wrote the text, etc, can also be recorded.

But before you can do all the above, you need to install the bookmarklet in your Browser. It works in almost all. You need to drag the icon to your bookmarks tab to install it. …& its Free.

Hackers get to Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 at Pwn2Own

After Google Chrome, it was the turn of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 9.

The Microsoft Browser was hacked at the CanSecWest Pwn2Own hacking competition by a team from the French research firm Vupen. The hackers were able to run code outside the Browser’s Protected Mode sandbox, a security feature meant to contain malicious code. They were thus able to take control of a fully-patched Windows 7 machine.

Pwn2Own, held every year at the CanSecWest security conference in Vancouver, tests hackers to find vulnerabilities in four Web Browsers — Microsoft Internet Explorer, Apple Safari, Google Chrome & Mozilla Firefox. The contest is based on a points system.

Hackers get to Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 at Pwn2Own

After Google Chrome, it was the turn of Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 9.

The Microsoft Browser was hacked at the CanSecWest Pwn2Own hacking competition by a team from the French research firm Vupen. The hackers were able to run code outside the Browser’s Protected Mode sandbox, a security feature meant to contain malicious code. They were thus able to take control of a fully-patched Windows 7 machine.

Pwn2Own, held every year at the CanSecWest security conference in Vancouver, tests hackers to find vulnerabilities in four Web Browsers — Microsoft Internet Explorer, Apple Safari, Google Chrome & Mozilla Firefox. The contest is based on a points system.

Pin A Quote, a Startup that allows you to add text to Pinterest

Pin A Quote has been launched earlier this month by Web strategist Adam Rotman from Ontario, Canada. Pin a Quote lets you highlight any text on any Website that you think would make a good “pin”. Once you’ve highlighted the text you want, you may click the “Pin A Quote” bookmarklet & add in “Who said the quote.” It then converts the quote to an image, allowing you to pin the same on one of your boards on Pinterest or any other Social Network you want. Before you do that, you can also preview the same.

Not only that, Pin a Quote also remembers the source of the text to enable your followers to return to the Webpage where you 1st found your quote. Details such as the identity of the person who wrote the text, etc, can also be recorded.

But before you can do all the above, you need to install the bookmarklet in your Browser. It works in almost all. You need to drag the icon to your bookmarks tab to install it. …& its Free.

Pin A Quote, a Startup that allows you to add text to Pinterest

Pin A Quote has been launched earlier this month by Web strategist Adam Rotman from Ontario, Canada. Pin a Quote lets you highlight any text on any Website that you think would make a good “pin”. Once you’ve highlighted the text you want, you may click the “Pin A Quote” bookmarklet & add in “Who said the quote.” It then converts the quote to an image, allowing you to pin the same on one of your boards on Pinterest or any other Social Network you want. Before you do that, you can also preview the same.

Not only that, Pin a Quote also remembers the source of the text to enable your followers to return to the Webpage where you 1st found your quote. Details such as the identity of the person who wrote the text, etc, can also be recorded.

But before you can do all the above, you need to install the bookmarklet in your Browser. It works in almost all. You need to drag the icon to your bookmarks tab to install it. …& its Free.

Pin A Quote, a Startup that allows you to add text to Pinterest

Pin A Quote has been launched earlier this month by Web strategist Adam Rotman from Ontario, Canada. Pin a Quote lets you highlight any text on any Website that you think would make a good “pin”. Once you’ve highlighted the text you want, you may click the “Pin A Quote” bookmarklet & add in “Who said the quote.” It then converts the quote to an image, allowing you to pin the same on one of your boards on Pinterest or any other Social Network you want. Before you do that, you can also preview the same.

Not only that, Pin a Quote also remembers the source of the text to enable your followers to return to the Webpage where you 1st found your quote. Details such as the identity of the person who wrote the text, etc, can also be recorded.

But before you can do all the above, you need to install the bookmarklet in your Browser. It works in almost all. You need to drag the icon to your bookmarks tab to install it. …& its Free.

Pin A Quote, a Startup that allows you to add text to Pinterest

Pin A Quote has been launched earlier this month by Web strategist Adam Rotman from Ontario, Canada. Pin a Quote lets you highlight any text on any Website that you think would make a good “pin”. Once you’ve highlighted the text you want, you may click the “Pin A Quote” bookmarklet & add in “Who said the quote.” It then converts the quote to an image, allowing you to pin the same on one of your boards on Pinterest or any other Social Network you want. Before you do that, you can also preview the same.

Not only that, Pin a Quote also remembers the source of the text to enable your followers to return to the Webpage where you 1st found your quote. Details such as the identity of the person who wrote the text, etc, can also be recorded.

But before you can do all the above, you need to install the bookmarklet in your Browser. It works in almost all. You need to drag the icon to your bookmarks tab to install it. …& its Free.

Pin A Quote, a Startup that allows you to add text to Pinterest

Pin A Quote has been launched earlier this month by Web strategist Adam Rotman from Ontario, Canada. Pin a Quote lets you highlight any text on any Website that you think would make a good “pin”. Once you’ve highlighted the text you want, you may click the “Pin A Quote” bookmarklet & add in “Who said the quote.” It then converts the quote to an image, allowing you to pin the same on one of your boards on Pinterest or any other Social Network you want. Before you do that, you can also preview the same.

Not only that, Pin a Quote also remembers the source of the text to enable your followers to return to the Webpage where you 1st found your quote. Details such as the identity of the person who wrote the text, etc, can also be recorded.

But before you can do all the above, you need to install the bookmarklet in your Browser. It works in almost all. You need to drag the icon to your bookmarks tab to install it. …& its Free.