Chrome version 21 started blocking mixed media content. What that means is that on a secure website–one using a secure certificate and that has “https” in the URL–Chrome browser will block any content that loads on a page from that website that comes from a site without a certificate (and no “s” after the “http” in the URL). The video below show how to have that content displayed on the page by telling Chrome to allow content from that site to load.
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BusinessInsider.com is reporting that the crash of Facebook’s stock value is having a tremendous affect on tax revenues in California. The article begins:
Well, the hits from the Facebook stock implosion keep coming.
Now, it’s the State of California, which apparently overestimated how much tax revenue it was going to collect from Facebook employees after the IPO.
According to Bloomberg’s John Erlichman, California is now saying its “tax revenue is at risk” because it assumed it would get $1.9 billion from newly enriched Facebook employees.
But now those Facebook employees are only going to get about half as rich as they would have if the stock were still trading at the IPO price.
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/facebook-stock-crash-hoses-californias-tax-revenue-2012-8#ixzz2BNSMoreh