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The people have Syria can sleep safe tonight. Rumor has it that everyone’s start page was set to dilbert.com in order to quell the masses. Syrian authorities have blocked Facebook, the popular Internet hangout, over what seems to be fears of Israeli “infiltration” of Syrian social networks on the Net, according to residents and media [...]
To borrow a phrase from Brad Feld, American can now legitimately claim that they suck less. Starting next year, transcontinental 767-200s will be equipped with Wi-Fi and broadband access via Aircell, who has a similar deal in place with Virgin Airlines. The technology has been around for awhile, and I must say “It’s about damned [...]
The future of spam is now certain given that the owners of the Spam trademark lost their case against SpamArrest.
Today is Pearl Harbor Day. While the various oral history projects seek to capture the history of WWII in that generation’s own words and spoken voice, the fact remains that their numbers are dwindling and Pearl Harbor Day is but a far away historical event to many generations today, indeed it is somewhat telling that [...]
Michael Dukakis, a former Massachusetts governor, says he’s “baffled” why Barack Obama’s campaign has not turned his grass-roots following into a more powerful ground organization. Because if there’s anyone you want to call on for campaign advice, Dukakis would be on that shortlist considering the bang up job he did in 1988. Maybe get Walter [...]