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The internet at my home sometimes doesn’t work for a few days. Usually, I am happy about that because it leaves me with more time to read books. But last night, I would have needed some internet, so I took … Continue reading
In the right hand column of this blog you see a flag counter which records the number of visitors from each country. As of today, this blog has had visitors from 204 different countries. The US, Germany and the UK … Continue reading
I had heard about the danger of stepping on a landmine before, of course. I had read and heard reports about the many people to whom the same had happened, and I had felt sorry for them. But never had … Continue reading
What is happening with the scammers? They used to be creative, posing as Nigerian princesses, lawyers of deposed dictators or US soldiers who stumbled across Saddam Hussein’s treasure of gold. But now they seem to have become rather lazy, as … Continue reading
Today, on 18 January 2012, Wikipedia and other sites have closed down and will blackout the internet for one day. They want to protest against a bill currently being considered by the US Congress: the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA). … Continue reading