As you can see, just a handful of teams have dominated in World Cup play for decades. But just to make it to the big stage is an honor for the countries that make the cut, and it would be great to see an underdog knock off the dynasties this summer in South Africa.
Are you doing enough to protect your business by having secure passwords? And do you have different passwords that can’t easily be traced?
Many people use the same password for everything – from their private work accounts, containing a plethora of confidential details, through to their own personal Facebook or social networking account.
Analysis of the 32 million passwords exposed last month in the breach of social media application developer RockYou – who’s applications can be used on Facebook and Myspace – provides further proof that consumers routinely use easy-to-guess login credentials.
Adidas has launched its official ball for the 2010 World Cup. The ‘Jabulani’ has a significantly low number of panels, which means it should retain more speed than previous models when struck from long range. But goalkeepers should not fret: the Jabulani also has a dimpled exterior, making it easier to grip
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