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Access Denied: Twitter joins blocked site list in the United Arab Emirates

December 6, 2007

If you made a reactionary old fashioned stuck in the past bad guy angry you must have done some good. Thus, my congratulations go to Twitter this morning for joining the lauded halls of the sites banned for speaking too freely. As reported by, the United Arab Emirates has just decided that its residents […]

Annapolis Conference: all eyes are on, but also the doubts

November 28, 2007

Could it be that this time, the who know which time, some real good will grow out of the current global penguin politicians parade? Looking at what is still going on in the West Bank and listening to what the Israeli settlers and right-wingers have to say, watching the way the Palestinians in the West […]

From Columbine to Kaarst: the new nihilistic terror wave

November 23, 2007

We, the real people who send our children to school don’t have any ECHELONs, CTUs, SD-6s or 8200s units to inform us when a new type of threat emerges, but we still have to realize the sad news: As if we didn’t have enough of them already, a new form of anomic or nihilistic terror […]

Redmond, fasten your seat belts: Firefox 3 Beta 1 now available for download

November 22, 2007

The Microsoft IE7 folks at Redmond must be fastening their seat belts at these moments, getting ready for their largest challenge ever as the world’s most superior Internet communication software has just been released as a public Beta. Firefox 3 Beta 1, AKLA 3.0b1 is now available for download with 3 operating systems and more […]

Detonate on Sarah Silverman. We love you too.

November 10, 2007

Leaving very few overdensed minded folks unannoyed, this lady absolutely my favorite female star at the moment. Shooting rounds in automatic, having mercy for none, Sarah Silverman makes previously known female comedians as Sandra Bernhard look like good girls just came back from church. “She detonates verbal WMD’s about everything from Jesus’s nailing to the […]

A reporter’s rare look inside Burma

October 7, 2007

David Jimenez from Spain’s El Mundo newspaper, one of the few foreign reporters to slip into Rangoon, witnessed the junta’s brutal crackdown on monk-led Burmese protesters. (Thanks Cooper) The military from the 77th Battalion, one of the most ruthless in the country, arrived in trucks along the same path taken minutes earlier by the monks. […]

Free Burma!

October 4, 2007

Censorship and the Google Gulag

October 2, 2007

“Bill Gates is less dangerous than Google. All Bill has ever wanted to do is beat the day lights out of any competition, make billions of dollars and own as much of the techie world as possible”. Read more of this fantastic article about Google and its totalitarian tendencies by cool Becky from Just a […]

Free Burma! International Bloggers’ Day for Burma on the 4th of October

October 1, 2007

International bloggers are preparing an action to support the peaceful revolution in Burma aiming to set a sign for freedom and show our sympathy for these people who are fighting their cruel regime without weapons. My fellow Bloggers and myself are planning to refrain from posting to our blogs on Thursday, October 4 and just […]

Burma: unknown dead bodies now reported burned at YaeWay Crematorium

October 1, 2007

After decades of brutal dictatorship, the people of Burma are rising up but as the world stand still they are also being brutally murdered in unknown numbers. I just discussed the importance of freedom of press a while ago in my post about Reporters Without Borders and already the cold blooded murder of Photographer Kenji […]