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When I went to elementary school, we discussed things like children do. We said what we liked, what we didn’t care about or what we flat out hated.
Then I went to secondary school (at least I think that’s what Americans would call it). There the teachers wanted to teach us to discuss issues like grown-ups […]
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Could anyone please tell me where blogcatalog.com went?
Yesterday it was up, then down, then up before it went down completely. Now www.blogcatalog.com forwards you to siteproplus.com.
Not that I can’t live without it, but I grew rather fond of it, especially after they introduced their forums.
Does anyone know what happened there? Any announcements I missed? A […]
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I just read an article about Google on the Financial Times Website.
What peaked my interests were these quotes from Google’s CEO Eric Schmidt:
We are very early in the total information we have within Google. The algorithms will get better and we will get better at personalisation.
The goal is to enable Google users to be able […]
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Disclaimer: I’ve never “played” Second Life and I don’t intend to do so. Ever. This rant is not born out of dissatisfaction with the product.
No, I’m overcome with extreme annoyance whenever I hear someone mentioning Second Life. Especially if it is referred to as a game.
Second Life is not a game. It’s a giant 3D […]
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In 2005 U.S. sources released 7.26 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide and other heat-trapping gases. That’s an increase of 0.8 percent from the previous year. The average increase per year since 1990 has been 1.2 percent.
Of course one could think that this slower growth could have to do with a petite little hurricane called […]
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