Archive for Hi-Tech
Well, it’s happened. Again. “Life imitates Art far more than Art imitates Life” – (Oscar Wilde, who held in his 1889 essay The Decay of Lying) – there is now a MOVIE about the world’s number one MOVIE PIRATING website, ThePirateBay.se
Yes, (of course) this film will be distributed free of charge to the entire world. Read the rest of this entry »
Fish swimming on grass next to a QR code. Surely it is one of the signs of the apocalypse?
An amazing TRON inspired performance by dance group Wrecking Crew Orchestra. WCO is an 8 man dance group formed in 2003, they are masters of hip hop and electronic dance.
Check out their WEBSITE - Enjoy!
Live blogging of the Apple event will begin at 1 p.m., East Coast time. The announcement is expected to focus mostly on a new iPad, but there could be something new with Apple TV.
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“Backscatter” is basically “bounce emails you receive for messages you never sent”. These are usually bounced spam messages from spammers using your email address as a forged ‘From’ address. Read the rest of this entry »
Imagine if you will, a glass kitchen table top or a dining room table top. When you sit down, the top appears to be plain glass, but when you place your cell phone on top of it, the glass spring to life and all the data that’s on the phone is suddenly spread out in front of you. Read the rest of this entry »
Among mobile messaging services, SMS has consistently claimed the top spot. With its widespread reach to virtually all mobile subscribers, SMS has long been the most popular messaging service and has helped MNOs significantly offset the effect of falling voice revenues. Read the rest of this entry »
Under the rubric of fighting terrorism, Danish police have proposed abolishing all anonymous Internet access. ISPs and companies would be required to gather strong proof of identity – official ID cards etc.
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If getting through a job interview with no major gaffs is a noble beginning for a newbie career hunter, why set such low expectations?
When I had my first job interview for an entry-level job straight out of university in (sorry the number pad has been disabled) there was no Career Advice web site to warn me against divulging my passionate political feelings to the interviewer. Today, the world is more open, the Internet is a free-for-all, but the corporate world is still conservative, prim and proper (even if it’s just an illusion).
You already know more than we did at your age, or should if you’ve been properly taking advantage of the Internet, which simply didn’t exist when I used to walk 22 miles to school in a blizzard Read the rest of this entry »
With the second Green Revolution well under way, the world’s food supply is slowly being transformed by a radically improvised agricultural paradigm. Genetically engineered crops have been introduced into the market without the rigorous testing that many scientists feel is required. The history is instructive: GMO=Contaminated Crops!
Thanks to Guerilla News Network
New or newly-reopened speciality shops are once again selling highly-dubious synthetic drugs in the Czech Republic. While legal for the time being, experts warn the substances, if used recreationally, can prove extremely hazardous to health. In April, Czech legislators passed a bill adding more than 30 similar drugs to a list of banned substances; but manufacturers and sellers have managed to work around the law by slightly changing the chemical formulas involved.
- The threat from new, improved drugs (skwillms.wordpress.com)
- Newark police arrest two for selling synthetic marijuana (nj.com)
- The danger of synthetic cannabis! (levtiss.wordpress.com)