Tuesday, May 29, 2012

The CW Sneak Preview (2012-2013)

New shows (Newbies)
Beauty and the Beast
The Carrie Diaries
Emily Owens, MD

America's Next Top Model
Gossip Girl
Hart of Dixie
The Vampire Diaries

The Secret Circle
One Three Hill

Monday, May 28, 2012

ABC Sneak Preview (2012-2013)

New Shows (Newbies)
666 Park Avenue
The Family Tools
How to Live with Your Parents (for the Rest of Your Life)
Last Resort
Malibu Country
The Neighbors
Red Widow
Zero Hour

America's Funniest Home Video
The Bachelor
Body of Proof
Dancing with the Stars
Don't Trust the B in Apt. 23
Grey's Anatomy
Happy Endings
Last Man Standing
The Middle
Modern Family
Once Upon a Time
Private Practice (Final Season)
Saturday Night Football
Shark Tank
Wife Swap

Moving to different network
Cougar Town (TBS)

Charlie's Angels
Desperate Housewives
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
Man Up
Pam Am
The River
Work It
You Deserve It

Sunday, May 27, 2012

Fox Sneak Preview (2012-2013)

New Shows (Newbies)
Ben & Kate
CFB on Fox
Cosmos: A Space-Time Odyssey
The Following
The Goodwin Games
The Mindy Project
The Mob Doctor

American Dad
American Idol
Bob's Burgers
The Cleveland Show
Family Guy
Hell's Kitchen
Kitchen Nightmare
New Girl
Raising Hope
The Simpsons
The X Factor

Allen Gregory
Breaking In
The Finder
I Hate My Teenage Daughter
Napoleon Dynamite
Q'Viva The Chosen
Terra Nova

Saturday, May 26, 2012

NBC Sneak Preview (2012-2013)

New Shows (Newbies)
1600 Pen
Animal Practice
Chicago Fire
Do No Harm
Go On
Guys with Kids
Howie Mandel's White Elephant
The New Normal
Next Caller
Ready of Love
Save Me
Stars Earn Stripes
Surprise with Jenny McCarthy

30 Rock (Final Season)
The Apprentice
Betty White's Off Their Rockers
The Biggest Loser
Dateline NBC
Fashion Star
Football Night in America
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
NBC Sunday Night Football
The Office
Parks and Recreation
Rock Center with Brain Williams
Up All Night
The Voice (Both Fall & Spring Season)

Are You There, Chelsea?
Best Friends Forever
Escape Routes
Fear Factor
The Firm
Free Agents
Harry's Law
The Playboy Club
Prime Suspect
The Sing-Off
Who Do You Think You Are?
Who's Still Standing?

Friday, May 25, 2012

CBS Sneak Peak (2012-2013)

New Show (Newbies)
Friend Me
Golden Boy
Made in Jersey

2 Broke Girls
48 Hours
60 Minutes
The Amazing Race
The Big Bang Theory
Blue Bloods
Criminal Minds
CSI: Crime Scene Invesgation
The Good Wife
How I met your mother
Hawaii Five-0
The Mentalist
Mike & Molly
NCIS: Los Angeles
Person of Interest
Rules of Engagement
Two and a Half Men
Undercover Boss

CSI: Miami
A Gifted Men
How to be a Gentleman
NYC 22

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Web Alert: New York Senate bill seeks to end anonymous internet posting

By Tecca | Today in Tech – 6 hrs ago

Anonymity is a double-edged sword. On the one hand, the United States was founded, in part, thanks to Thomas Paine's anonymously written, pro-revolution pamphlet Common Sense. On the other hand, 12-year-olds who post anonymously on the internet can be rather unpleasant and cause real problems by cyberbullying. Whether you think the good outweighs the bad, this news is troubling indeed: A far-reaching bill introduced in the New York State Senate could end the practice of posting online once and for all.

Sen. Thomas F. O'Mara / NY SenateIntroduced by New York State Sen. Thomas F. O'Mara (R—Big Flats), S6779 would require that any anonymous post online is subject to removal if the poster refuses to post — and verify — their legal name, their IP addressand their home address. From the (likely well intentioned) bill:
"A web site administrator upon request shall remove any comments posted on his or her web site by an anonymous poster unless such anonymous poster agrees to attach his or her name to the post and confirms that his or her IP address, legal name, and home address are accurate. All web site administrators shall have a contact number or e-mail address posted for such removal requests, clearly visible in any sections where comments are posted."
Critics are quick to point out how dangerous and ineffective the anti-privacy bill would be in the off chance that it somehow passes.  After all, IP addresses do nothing to verify a person's identity, and including your home address on a controversial internet post could open you up to real-life threats.
In effect, the bill is an online stalker's dream. Of course, the most likely result of the bill's passage would just be the full-scale elimination of all comment systems everywhere, because the system is an unworkable burden on both the poster and the "web site administrators" who would need to respond to ludicrous take down requests at all times of the day.
[via Geekosystem]
This article was written by Fox Van Allen and originally appeared on Tecca

Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Twitter Feedback: Rules of Twitter

Hi My Cyber Zombies,

The twitter feedback has return to Grace Online. People are tweeting their rules for twitter. Rules of Twitter is a worldwide trending topic on twitter. My twitter rules on twitter are:

-always be honest.
-fight what you believe in
-keep twitter free from #SOPA, #PIPA, #ACTA and #CISPA.

Here is twitter feedback on the Rules of twitter.

 If you don't like a person's tweets, simply unfollow. No need to make a big deal out of it.

 thou shalt learn the difference between "your" and "you're" before tweeting

: leave your feelings at the login.

 . Dont be putting myspace names as your name . example : baddest chick or i get money

 : don't argue with your bf/gf over twitter. Everybody don't need to know your business.

 don't steal other people's tweets

 don't complain about someone's tweets . If you don't like what they tweet , there's a button that says UNFOLLOW . Use it 

 learn the difference between "they're" "there" and "their" before tweeting

 Retweeting is flattering, but there's a time limit of RT before it looks creepy... Don't RT something I tweeted 3 days ago.

 Don't be a Twitter Gangsta.... 🔫💂💂... If you can be about that life behind the screen, when I see you, you gon LEAN

 absolutely no D.R.A.M.A, Dumb Retards Asking for More Attention.

Do not expect people to listen to the music links you send them

Do not expect celebrities to pay any attention to you. Do not tweet them more than twice a day with "follow me plz plz plz"

 don't unfollow someone or complain because they tweet too much...that's kinda the point...

 Dont Copy And Paste Peoples Tweets. Just Hit The Retweet Button (:

 Dont judge what people tweet.

 thou shall not excessively enjoy tweeting from the computer.

 this is MY twitter, MY twitter, MY tweets, which means I tweet whatever I want on MY twitter, got it? ☺👍👌

": Never tell people they tweet to much. This isn't dumb Facebook." Amen to that!!!

 zombies can be a part of it

 stop trying to rep team iPhone when clearly your tweeting from a black berry

 = free mind or not

 dont try to hide anything, it's impossible

 keep tweeting until u get a lot followers

Don't use hash tags on that thing they call Facebook it's was created on twitter leave it there