Many of my projects are centered around selling adults products and alot of websites mainly adult stores require some sort of age verification and some require backround checks before you can become a member or buy products from them, the question I have is does it really work? If someone young enough wanted to just click to enter a store what can be done to really indentify that the person is really of age or even who they say? To me it seems silly to have to put a page up asking a user if they are old enough to me this is the responsibilty of the computer owner not the site owner but was wondering what everyone else on the web thought about this issue and if anyone had any ideas on how to better verify a users age or identity.
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Have been working on the second leg of this massive project the website http://www.shotgunsshotguns.com sells twice as many shotguns as anyone else on the internet. I did not know there were so many differnt ypes of shotguns when I started this website I mean i saw a few at walmart and gun dealerships around town but when I got the list of shotguns from my employer I was like omg and wtf I way underbid this job lol. So now I have to work double time and overtime in order to complete the clients website and i even asked for some help from friends to upload content and pictures and to do other repatative things while I work on the more complicated matters of the website design. It is going to be a girl party all this week and I am actually quite excited that it is alot more work because now my friends get to come over and stay. Thanks god all my friends have laptop computers and my network is wireless otherwise I would have to drag out some old relics from the storage shed and go thru setting them up and updating all the stuff and blah blah blah blah. One day i will have the baddest laptop on the planet and when that day comes watch out world because I will be mobile.
Now there is a way to take tivo along for the ride its easy and a free way to send television programs onto a computer or laptop. It’s available for both Mac and windows computers and works with several portable devices. to do this follow the instructions below
First, transfer recordings to your desktop or laptop.
Consider it in-flight entertainment. After you’ve downloaded and installed the TiVo Desktop software, you can begin sending shows to a networked computer in another room of the house or any wireless laptop. Then, transfer a selection of your TiVo favorites and you’re off.
Then, save recordings to your mobile device
Once the programs are transferred to a computer, the TiVoToGo software can encode them for a compatible handheld device. You can even schedule recordings and instruct the TiVoToGo software to automatically transfer new shows when they become available.
Finally, burn recordings to a DVD†
You may want to archive your TiVoToGo playlists onto DVD discs for an airplane trip or a family outing in the minivan. To burn a TiVo playlist to DVD, you’ll need MyDVD from Sonic Solutions or Roxio Toast 8. Once burned, you can menu through them on any DVD player with the same great TiVo navigation you’ve come to expect on your home TV.
Thus far I love what I ve seen so far literally found it very useful for long trips with the kids because now I can take just about any movie on the go and it keeps them busy so I can drive. I am also very anxious to see it work on my laptop for my cming up business trip to Vegas.