Archive for the 'Internet' Category
A five-minute podcast from Eric Lee, founder of Labourstart.
The podcast is available at Radio Labourstart.
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In response to speculations that North Korea has executed its Minister of Economy because a failed monetary reform. This news was issued by YONHAP (South Korea) and soon reproduced systematically by many media of other countries, among them the most important Spanish newspapers. In order to begin, YONHAP mentions as origin of the news: ‘ […]
One of the consequences of being lazy and/or distracted by the mendacities of modern living is that you miss stuff on the internet that would normally interest you greatly. This may appear contrary to what many think the internet does: that is, it engenders laziness and through its cumulative mendacity distracts you from doing something […]
Google have just released their new browser, Google Chrome (available to download here). I’ve been using Firefox for the past four years, and apart from the odd stubborn Microsoft site it’s been fine - that is, until they released Firefox 3.0, which has a nasty habit of freezing and crashing all the time. So much […]
Usually I don’t bother my arse reading Nick Cohen, but the freaky picture above on today’s Guardian website caught my attention and so like the dummy I am, I clicked on the link. Inside, Cohen is berating the liberal left for a fuckload of crimes, including the inability to laugh at Barack Obama.
If you search […]
Oh Brilliant. First the economy goes into something that is not, but is almost like ‘meltdown’ and then Google are forced to hand over the IP addresses of all those people who link and embed YouTube videos to Viacom, so they can prove that they’re getting ripped off.
Here, following on from Conor’s post and […]
Thanks to Juan from my Spanish class for this one.
A couple of weekends back we started off changing the style of Dublin Opinion and ended up crashing the entire site. It took Donagh the best part of a day to get it working again. During that time, we both sat and looked at a year’s work vanish before our very eyes, with occasional flashes […]