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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 mashable.com, the United Arab Emirates has just decided that its residents […]

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 […]

Open Handset Alliance: an Android bad guys did not expect.

November 7, 2007

The hints kept coming. After unveiling Android, their new mobile phone software, it appears that Google’s plans go way beyond another proprietary new software. Instead a consortium of top tier wireless companies is already on the run, developing Android to be “the first complete, open, and free mobile platform” As Linux for mobile still has […]

Burma: bad guys are winning, but so does citizen journalism

October 6, 2007

White House spokesman Scott Stanzel criticized Myanmar regime on Friday for cutting off Internet access saying “They don’t want the world to see what is going on there”. Yet, even though protests seem to have been successfully forced down by the Junta and number of dead and missing persons might be left unknown forever, pieces […]

Free Burma!

October 4, 2007

Ad showcase: Reporters without borders

September 10, 2007

Back in 2001, when I was a journalism student at Koteret I had the privilege of taking the classes of Moshe Negbi, the Israel Broadcasting Authority’s legal commentator, a senior lecturer at Hebrew University and an avid soldier of human rights, freedom of speech and freedom of press. Negbi was the first person to make […]