Browsing All Posts filed under »computers/internet«

Ornaments to the Bar

May 27, 2008

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In an effort to free myself from my internet addiction and do some work so that they don’t fire me, I have been leaving my laptop behind for two days. Within minutes of my arrival at work today I was gasping for google chat, Facebook, and general fucking about. I asked Mystic Mo if I […]

Black Heels to Tractor Wheels…for reals

May 3, 2008

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On her blog, this woman has related the touching tale of how her and her husband, referred to as Marlboro Man, got together. She describes it as “Green Acres meets Harlequin Romance in my crazy, rip-roarin’ real-life tale of true love. Have a cold shower handy!”I won’t say ah-a! because I never even contemplated for […]

Youtube can suck it

February 22, 2008

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I have to confess something: I don’t care for Youtube. I think I have watched all of four Youtube videos in my life – friends send them to me all the time and I always say I’m going to watch them but I don’t. I just pretend to. I ESPECIALLY won’t watch any referencing politics […]

Youtube collaborates to hide human rights abuses

December 9, 2007

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Readers may be aware that Youtube suspended the account of Egyptian video blogger Wael Abbas, a ban which featured on Reuters and Fox News. These news outlets have released statements saying that Youtube has restored his account. The truth is that although they have restored his account, they have removed all of the videos showing […]

A brilliantly useful website

November 25, 2007

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Yamli. It’s a search engine that lets you enter transliterated Arabic (internet transliterations with all the numbers) which it converts into Arabic script. But it also lets you search in google and provides an editor for longer pieces. It’s pimp! Thanks to Cairene for the tip….great for English-only keyboards and a host of other uses.

Technocrap

October 17, 2007

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Anyone having trouble with this new Feedburner feed?

Sunday Single No. 2

September 2, 2007

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Sometimes, I think the internet spreads more ignorance and hate than enlightenment and awareness.