I just downloaded a socialengine script. it works fine with my local WAMP server. but when i get it online i get the[B]" Autosuggest is already set!"[/B] in every page. and every page contains two duplicate of the same page (ie., two header and two footer) but the site works fine.!

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[ATTACH=right]16824[/ATTACH]Not long ago we [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story306488.html"]reported how Plancast represented the future of social networking[/URL], both literally and figuratively. Over the past month, the plan broadcasting service has continued to grow, even drawing in many [URL="http://plancast.com/WASDted"]Daniweb devotees[/URL]. We tracked down one of Plancast's founders, [URL="http://twitter.com/mhendric"]Mark Hendrickson[/URL], to ask him about how the start-up came together and see if they were willing to let us broadcast some of their plans to you. (BTW, we found out after this interview that Plancast is hiring. [URL="http://www.onethirdofmylife.com/one-third-of-my-life/2010/08/plancast-90120000-and-equity-for-two-outstanding-engineers.html#EnvDL26815_-1967570720"]The gig is pretty sweet[/URL], starting at $120k and an equity stake.) [B][I]Daniweb:[/B] Briefly, what was the genesis of Plancast?[/I] …

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[URL="http://twitter.com"]Twitter[/URL] has struck again according to reports. The German elections had their results leaked online, both on Twitter and over the open Internet. In the same week that the UK heard that it was going to have insufficient broadband bandwidth to meet the needs of the [URL="http://www.culture.gov.uk/what_we_do/broadcasting/5631.aspx/"]Digital Britain[/URL] initiative, critics in Germany are questioning whether going completely digital is such a good idea anyway, According to security expert [URL="http://www.sophos.com/blogs/gc/g/2009/05/28/leaked-german-poll-results-lead-twittergate/"]Graham Cluley's blog[/URL], for example, Twitter is robbing the German Parliament of its dignity. This actually relates in a way to one of [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry4381.html"]my blog entries yesterday[/URL], in which I say the …

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According to reports the most serious forthcoming threats to IT security will be revealed during the Gartner Security Summit in Washington this coming week, and it looms like the consumerization of IT will be right there front of stage. Something that Gartner research fellow, John Pascatore, describes as the Gen X - Gen Y problem. In other words, the users who have grown up with a social networking model as the norm being expected to follow an old school approach to IT security which dictates what resources you can use and when and where you can use them. But with …

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Google on Monday [URL= http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry2439.html ] launched[/URL] Friend Connect, APIs for accessing data from Facebook and other social networks. By Thursday, Facebook banned the access, saying the tools don’t let its users know their data is being scanned. A [URL= http://developers.facebook.com/news.php?blog=1&story=111] post[/URL] by Facebook’s [URL= http://www.facebook.com/people/Charlie_Cheever/1160]Charlie Cheever[/URL] on the Facebook Developers blog Thursday morning explained the position. “We’ve found that [Friend Connect] redistributes user information from Facebook to other developers without users’ knowledge, which doesn’t respect the privacy standards our users have come to expect and is a violation of our Terms of Service.” It will suspend Friend Connect access …

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If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em. According to Web reports over the weekend, Google today is expected to launch Friend Connect, a set of APIs for pulling personal data from social networks that comply with the [URL= http://code.google.com/apis/opensocial/]OpenSocial[/URL] common interface specifications it published in October. The move would follow news from [URL= http://developers.facebook.com/news.php?blog=1&story=108] Facebook[/URL] and [URL= http://forums.myspace.com/t/3945804.aspx?fuseaction=forums.viewthread]MySpace[/URL], which made similar announcements last week. New from Facebook is Facebook Connect, which builds on the [URL=http://developers.facebook.com/get_started.php]Facebook Platform [/URL]it launched in May 2007. The release adds trusted authentication between Web sites; portability of real identity, including names, profiles, friends and photos; friends …

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Last month it was revealed that the [URL="http://www.nsa.gov"]National Security Agency[/URL] had been logging telephone calls since 9/11. This month, the right to privacy debate is set to ignite even further after a report in the [URL="http://www.newscientisttech.com"]New Scientist[/URL] claims that the NSA is funding research into the harvesting of personal information from social networks such as [URL="http://www.myspace.com"]MySpace[/URL]. This might not sound like such a big deal, until you step back and realize quite how much personal information gets posted on social networking services: who you know, what blogs you read, your political allegiances, sexual preferences and more. Things heat up when …

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One of Google’s most promising features is its brand new global mapping software, dubbed Google Maps. New API access is taking it to the next level. The web-based interface to Google Maps allows users to perform powerful mapping functions – locating points, creating driving directions, viewing aerial photographs, and even combining aerial photographs with streets in a hybrid view. But it isn’t these functions that truly show off the power of Google’s technology. In June 2005, Google made available a developer toolkit, allowing 3rd party users the ability to directly interact with the powerful mapping engine. ## Extremely Flexible Developers …

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