Monday, January 31, 2011
1-0 internet reform. 1-0 global internet reform
The righteous and less manipulating "hActivist group anonymous" take matters into there own hand.. Doing what they do best.. enough to make the rest look like idiots.
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Egypt going all intranet superstar, almost like they succeeded from the union. Causes intense uproar. No more youtube and you piss people off. Thats like taking justin bieber dolls away from a middle school girl, or a pan away from a woman. Like.. WTF. I knew that this was possible, but i didnt know a ruler had the balls to do this. If this were to happen in usa, shit would hit the fan. Sorry thing is tho. I think it could happen, and usa would never know, seeing how we dont use their websites for shit, they use ours. well.. illegal shit maybe.
3-0 internet reform 2-0 global internet reform
Canada's hoping for a reversal on the internet cap decision tho im not sure the public can greese politics like Bell can. I think canada should say fuck bell and internet all together, and as a whole, publicly stop using their service. If everyone collectivly stoped using them,
4-0 internet reform 3-0 global internet reform
In conclusion. There will be an internet reform soon. Wether it is reform or revolution is up to you. Remember, that the internet started free. by free i mean free of charge, and free of law. It can still be free if we dont let them take it from us.
Saturday, January 29, 2011
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When asked to compare a third party browser to the Internet Explorer 8, i kinda chuckled. Thinking to myself, how easy of a task to accomplish. I personally use Chrome. I use google chrome because i can notice a difference performance speed, and the sheer minimalistic approach to browsing that chrome provides for me is also pleasing. Both Chrome, and IE8, have tabed browsing, so thats no longer an issue like it was in the previous versions. The idea of a "homepage" in IE8 feels a little classic and oldschool especially when compared to the sleek start screen of google chrome. The start screen shows you all the websites that you visit the most in a little boxes that have screenshots. I feel that google chromes answer is the evolved answer, and i also believe that this approach to surfing like you are choosing channels will catch on pretty fast.
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What if when you hovered links it would give you the links information, like screenshot, and dns info, wouldnt that be sweet.
Sunday, January 16, 2011
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