Monday, September 21, 2009

Bits & Pieces 21 September 09

UN SHOCK REPORT: Swine flu 'could kill millions; Pandemic may result in anarchy... Oh well, things could be worse...

A campaign called “We Want Obama” is launched in Uganda...

There are many, many celebrity imposters on MySpace (and a few on Facebook)... twitter is now testing a new system to ensure that users can identify genuine celebrity accounts. A tickmark alongside a name will guarantee it is genuine.

I did a report about this last month for WAMC: UPDATE: New Government Policy Imposes Strict Standards on Garage Sales Nationwide...

RAGE against the sandwich::: Eating in public during Ramadan is often seen as a disregardful and disrespectful act and might attract the anger of the public. Moreover it is punishable by law. Moroccan Bloggers and cyber-activists react to the attempt by some non-observants to brave the ban on breaking the fast in public during Ramadan.

Community blog, Ramadan.co.za wishes its readers Eid Mubarak.

BAM Investor’s Financial Model Tweets Out Predictions Of The Next Stock Market Crash

I've re-posted and updated some older blog articles recently: If you're looking to go backward in digital time, Internet Archive allows you to view blocked websites through the Wayback Machine.

Many free online services allow you to access blocked websites through a proxy server. Here are a few: Proxy.org, Kortaz.com, KProxy.com and good old reliable Anonymouse.org.

This may be a little bit better::: A VPN (Virtual Private Network) is more secure because it uses advanced encryption and allow you to access all the applications (mail, chat, browser etc) in complete anonymity and not only the web sites. The most well-known free VPN is Hotspot Shield.

Now read this::: "poltergeist or the duende's gift" by Geoffrey Philp
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    the main server is located in UK ;)

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