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Cole Family Tree
Research on the lineage from Durham and Orange Counties, NC USA. Includes photographs and documents from the year 1804.
Information on the history of the Cole family of North Carolina in the counties of Orange and Durham.
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Ancestral research compiled by Hugh and Marian Zorger. Includes photographs and surnames Blaszczak, Sollee and Yancey.
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SYMPTOMS: Continual complaint as to need for names, dates and places. Patient has a blank
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Why Is Twitter Letting Jose Canseco Set Another Example of Rape Victim Shame?
Jose Canseco spent Wednesday tweeting and deleting the personal information of a woman — including her name, telephone number, and work address — at the center of an incident in which the former baseball player was apparently questioned. "He's being investigated for an alleged sexual assault, and that's it," a Las Vegas police sergeant says. So why isn't Twitter doing anything about it?
Twitter beefs up security after hacking spree on media
How to Stop Worrying and Love Twitter's New Two-Factor Verification
By Jim Finkle (Reuters) - Twitter Inc unveiled technology to boost security for its users, following a spate of attacks on accounts of prominent media outlets including the Associated Press, the Financial Times and The Onion. The micro blogging site, which transmits some 400 million messages a day, said on Wednesday that it had begun rolling out an optional "login verification" service to thwart hackers seeking to hijack accounts with stolen passwords. ...
Twitter has added two-step verification to increase its security after all the recent hacks into high profile media accounts, but you should go sign up for it right this minute — because everyone's vulnerable to password attacks these days. Or maybe not right this minute, since there are some reports that Twitter is a little overwhelmed and others have reported the two steps aren't showing up for everyone. But at some point in the very near future, you get on that. Here's why, even if the new cellphone hiccup seems cumbersome.