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Month: August 2011

How to Recover a Corrupted Flash CS 5.5/CS6 FLA File

How to Recover a Corrupted Flash CS 5.5/CS6 FLA File

Due to some strange issue with a computer at work here, a FLA file was corrupted for some strange reason and we couldn’t open it. A little googling to check details on the FLA and XFL format reveals that the FLA file can be unzipped, and with some luck, most of the data can be recovered. Here’s how: 1) Rename the file extension of the FLA file to ZIP 2) Use Windows Explorer to unzip the file to a folder…

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Privacy Risks in Corporate Social Networking

Privacy Risks in Corporate Social Networking

With the rise of social networking sites like facebook, twitter, et al., it is no surprise that companies would want to jump in on the bandwagon, as the potentials are too great to be ignored. Word-of-mouth does wonders for branding, and companies can keep track of their store operations and customers. What’s more important to companies would be customer preferences – which, I think – is the holy grail for companies concerned with marketing and catering their products to the…

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