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Morning Coffe

I got maybe 3 hours of sleep.

Morning Coffe

I got maybe 3 hours of sleep.

Old draft wrote it in May 18 2005 at 12:02 figured should publish itThe New York Times is going to paid subscribtion service for their op-ed and news columnists. So all you Friedman fans will have to pay to read his articles now.
It is a strange week, illness just after CNN removed their subscrition service, info and LA times did the same just earlier this year, website like this NY Times has to go backwards.
I dont know who is going to pay for this service, cause I know I won’t. Salon tried the subscrition service route for their premium content and just kept losing money and they didn’t get a profit til they they removed that divide. Now they still have subscriber service but that just removes ads and gives a couple extra perks.
The problem with the internet and subscrition service is that people dont like to pay for something they can’t hold or own in their hand especially when they are just going to read it for 5 minutes when they are sitting on a computer. When people buy magazines and news papers its not just for the content but the portablity of it. I can access the internet on my phone and read websites, but I still buy magazines cause I can take it with me anywhere and easily share it with my friends.
What the NY Times needs to do is what I told Salon create a printable version of their content in a magazine form. And now with syndicated feeds becoming more popular you can create your own news paper. Imagine picking and choose what you read in a paper and have it printed in the morning like a podcast and take it with you.

Morning Coffe

I got maybe 3 hours of sleep.

Old draft wrote it in May 18 2005 at 12:02 figured should publish itThe New York Times is going to paid subscribtion service for their op-ed and news columnists. So all you Friedman fans will have to pay to read his articles now.
It is a strange week, illness just after CNN removed their subscrition service, info and LA times did the same just earlier this year, website like this NY Times has to go backwards.
I dont know who is going to pay for this service, cause I know I won’t. Salon tried the subscrition service route for their premium content and just kept losing money and they didn’t get a profit til they they removed that divide. Now they still have subscriber service but that just removes ads and gives a couple extra perks.
The problem with the internet and subscrition service is that people dont like to pay for something they can’t hold or own in their hand especially when they are just going to read it for 5 minutes when they are sitting on a computer. When people buy magazines and news papers its not just for the content but the portablity of it. I can access the internet on my phone and read websites, but I still buy magazines cause I can take it with me anywhere and easily share it with my friends.
What the NY Times needs to do is what I told Salon create a printable version of their content in a magazine form. And now with syndicated feeds becoming more popular you can create your own news paper. Imagine picking and choose what you read in a paper and have it printed in the morning like a podcast and take it with you.
Old draft wrote it in May 18 2005 at 12:02 figured should publish itThe New York Times is going to paid subscribtion service for their op-ed and news columnists. So all you Friedman fans will have to pay to read his articles now.
It is a strange week, illness just after CNN removed their subscrition service, info and LA times did the same just earlier this year, website like this NY Times has to go backwards.
I dont know who is going to pay for this service, cause I know I won’t. Salon tried the subscrition service route for their premium content and just kept losing money and they didn’t get a profit til they they removed that divide. Now they still have subscriber service but that just removes ads and gives a couple extra perks.
The problem with the internet and subscrition service is that people dont like to pay for something they can’t hold or own in their hand especially when they are just going to read it for 5 minutes when they are sitting on a computer. When people buy magazines and news papers its not just for the content but the portablity of it. I can access the internet on my phone and read websites, but I still buy magazines cause I can take it with me anywhere and easily share it with my friends.
What the NY Times needs to do is what I told Salon create a printable version of their content in a magazine form. And now with syndicated feeds becoming more popular you can create your own news paper. Imagine picking and choose what you read in a paper and have it printed in the morning like a podcast and take it with you.
Just want to share two things that are going on in the Arabosphere:

  • Boycott Batelco

    Batelco has revised the Broadband Internet (ADSL) packages so that there aren’t any more unlimited usage packages. This means you will be charged extra the more you use your Internet connection, pharmacy
    with no option to pay a flat fee.

  • Free Alaa

    On Saturday (May 7), Alaa was arrested with a group of activists during a peaceful demonstration outside a Cairo courthouse. The rally denounced disciplinary hearings for two reform judges and arrests of protestors at previous demonstrations. Alaa and a group of other demonstrators were cornered by Egyptian police, and security agents then apparently handpicked individual protestors for arrest.

  • It is interesting to see how other countries to compare them to your own.

    Morning Coffe

    I got maybe 3 hours of sleep.

    Old draft wrote it in May 18 2005 at 12:02 figured should publish itThe New York Times is going to paid subscribtion service for their op-ed and news columnists. So all you Friedman fans will have to pay to read his articles now.
    It is a strange week, illness just after CNN removed their subscrition service, info and LA times did the same just earlier this year, website like this NY Times has to go backwards.
    I dont know who is going to pay for this service, cause I know I won’t. Salon tried the subscrition service route for their premium content and just kept losing money and they didn’t get a profit til they they removed that divide. Now they still have subscriber service but that just removes ads and gives a couple extra perks.
    The problem with the internet and subscrition service is that people dont like to pay for something they can’t hold or own in their hand especially when they are just going to read it for 5 minutes when they are sitting on a computer. When people buy magazines and news papers its not just for the content but the portablity of it. I can access the internet on my phone and read websites, but I still buy magazines cause I can take it with me anywhere and easily share it with my friends.
    What the NY Times needs to do is what I told Salon create a printable version of their content in a magazine form. And now with syndicated feeds becoming more popular you can create your own news paper. Imagine picking and choose what you read in a paper and have it printed in the morning like a podcast and take it with you.
    Old draft wrote it in May 18 2005 at 12:02 figured should publish itThe New York Times is going to paid subscribtion service for their op-ed and news columnists. So all you Friedman fans will have to pay to read his articles now.
    It is a strange week, illness just after CNN removed their subscrition service, info and LA times did the same just earlier this year, website like this NY Times has to go backwards.
    I dont know who is going to pay for this service, cause I know I won’t. Salon tried the subscrition service route for their premium content and just kept losing money and they didn’t get a profit til they they removed that divide. Now they still have subscriber service but that just removes ads and gives a couple extra perks.
    The problem with the internet and subscrition service is that people dont like to pay for something they can’t hold or own in their hand especially when they are just going to read it for 5 minutes when they are sitting on a computer. When people buy magazines and news papers its not just for the content but the portablity of it. I can access the internet on my phone and read websites, but I still buy magazines cause I can take it with me anywhere and easily share it with my friends.
    What the NY Times needs to do is what I told Salon create a printable version of their content in a magazine form. And now with syndicated feeds becoming more popular you can create your own news paper. Imagine picking and choose what you read in a paper and have it printed in the morning like a podcast and take it with you.
    Just want to share two things that are going on in the Arabosphere:

  • Boycott Batelco

    Batelco has revised the Broadband Internet (ADSL) packages so that there aren’t any more unlimited usage packages. This means you will be charged extra the more you use your Internet connection, pharmacy
    with no option to pay a flat fee.

  • Free Alaa

    On Saturday (May 7), Alaa was arrested with a group of activists during a peaceful demonstration outside a Cairo courthouse. The rally denounced disciplinary hearings for two reform judges and arrests of protestors at previous demonstrations. Alaa and a group of other demonstrators were cornered by Egyptian police, and security agents then apparently handpicked individual protestors for arrest.

  • It is interesting to see how other countries to compare them to your own.
    Old draft wrote it in May 18 2005 at 12:02 figured should publish itThe New York Times is going to paid subscribtion service for their op-ed and news columnists. So all you Friedman fans will have to pay to read his articles now.
    It is a strange week, illness just after CNN removed their subscrition service, info and LA times did the same just earlier this year, website like this NY Times has to go backwards.
    I dont know who is going to pay for this service, cause I know I won’t. Salon tried the subscrition service route for their premium content and just kept losing money and they didn’t get a profit til they they removed that divide. Now they still have subscriber service but that just removes ads and gives a couple extra perks.
    The problem with the internet and subscrition service is that people dont like to pay for something they can’t hold or own in their hand especially when they are just going to read it for 5 minutes when they are sitting on a computer. When people buy magazines and news papers its not just for the content but the portablity of it. I can access the internet on my phone and read websites, but I still buy magazines cause I can take it with me anywhere and easily share it with my friends.
    What the NY Times needs to do is what I told Salon create a printable version of their content in a magazine form. And now with syndicated feeds becoming more popular you can create your own news paper. Imagine picking and choose what you read in a paper and have it printed in the morning like a podcast and take it with you.
    Just want to share two things that are going on in the Arabosphere:

  • Boycott Batelco

    Batelco has revised the Broadband Internet (ADSL) packages so that there aren’t any more unlimited usage packages. This means you will be charged extra the more you use your Internet connection, pharmacy
    with no option to pay a flat fee.

  • Free Alaa

    On Saturday (May 7), Alaa was arrested with a group of activists during a peaceful demonstration outside a Cairo courthouse. The rally denounced disciplinary hearings for two reform judges and arrests of protestors at previous demonstrations. Alaa and a group of other demonstrators were cornered by Egyptian police, and security agents then apparently handpicked individual protestors for arrest.

  • It is interesting to see how other countries to compare them to your own.
    What is charity? How can you measure it?
    Today after having lunch at Gaucho Grill with my friend going home, illness I was at the light and this Bangladeshi guy came up to me and asked if I was going to Messila, I said “no” but that going that general direction he asked to be taken as close.
    So I said wtf and told him to hop in.

    Morning Coffe

    I got maybe 3 hours of sleep.

    Old draft wrote it in May 18 2005 at 12:02 figured should publish itThe New York Times is going to paid subscribtion service for their op-ed and news columnists. So all you Friedman fans will have to pay to read his articles now.
    It is a strange week, illness just after CNN removed their subscrition service, info and LA times did the same just earlier this year, website like this NY Times has to go backwards.
    I dont know who is going to pay for this service, cause I know I won’t. Salon tried the subscrition service route for their premium content and just kept losing money and they didn’t get a profit til they they removed that divide. Now they still have subscriber service but that just removes ads and gives a couple extra perks.
    The problem with the internet and subscrition service is that people dont like to pay for something they can’t hold or own in their hand especially when they are just going to read it for 5 minutes when they are sitting on a computer. When people buy magazines and news papers its not just for the content but the portablity of it. I can access the internet on my phone and read websites, but I still buy magazines cause I can take it with me anywhere and easily share it with my friends.
    What the NY Times needs to do is what I told Salon create a printable version of their content in a magazine form. And now with syndicated feeds becoming more popular you can create your own news paper. Imagine picking and choose what you read in a paper and have it printed in the morning like a podcast and take it with you.
    Old draft wrote it in May 18 2005 at 12:02 figured should publish itThe New York Times is going to paid subscribtion service for their op-ed and news columnists. So all you Friedman fans will have to pay to read his articles now.
    It is a strange week, illness just after CNN removed their subscrition service, info and LA times did the same just earlier this year, website like this NY Times has to go backwards.
    I dont know who is going to pay for this service, cause I know I won’t. Salon tried the subscrition service route for their premium content and just kept losing money and they didn’t get a profit til they they removed that divide. Now they still have subscriber service but that just removes ads and gives a couple extra perks.
    The problem with the internet and subscrition service is that people dont like to pay for something they can’t hold or own in their hand especially when they are just going to read it for 5 minutes when they are sitting on a computer. When people buy magazines and news papers its not just for the content but the portablity of it. I can access the internet on my phone and read websites, but I still buy magazines cause I can take it with me anywhere and easily share it with my friends.
    What the NY Times needs to do is what I told Salon create a printable version of their content in a magazine form. And now with syndicated feeds becoming more popular you can create your own news paper. Imagine picking and choose what you read in a paper and have it printed in the morning like a podcast and take it with you.
    Just want to share two things that are going on in the Arabosphere:

  • Boycott Batelco

    Batelco has revised the Broadband Internet (ADSL) packages so that there aren’t any more unlimited usage packages. This means you will be charged extra the more you use your Internet connection, pharmacy
    with no option to pay a flat fee.

  • Free Alaa

    On Saturday (May 7), Alaa was arrested with a group of activists during a peaceful demonstration outside a Cairo courthouse. The rally denounced disciplinary hearings for two reform judges and arrests of protestors at previous demonstrations. Alaa and a group of other demonstrators were cornered by Egyptian police, and security agents then apparently handpicked individual protestors for arrest.

  • It is interesting to see how other countries to compare them to your own.
    Old draft wrote it in May 18 2005 at 12:02 figured should publish itThe New York Times is going to paid subscribtion service for their op-ed and news columnists. So all you Friedman fans will have to pay to read his articles now.
    It is a strange week, illness just after CNN removed their subscrition service, info and LA times did the same just earlier this year, website like this NY Times has to go backwards.
    I dont know who is going to pay for this service, cause I know I won’t. Salon tried the subscrition service route for their premium content and just kept losing money and they didn’t get a profit til they they removed that divide. Now they still have subscriber service but that just removes ads and gives a couple extra perks.
    The problem with the internet and subscrition service is that people dont like to pay for something they can’t hold or own in their hand especially when they are just going to read it for 5 minutes when they are sitting on a computer. When people buy magazines and news papers its not just for the content but the portablity of it. I can access the internet on my phone and read websites, but I still buy magazines cause I can take it with me anywhere and easily share it with my friends.
    What the NY Times needs to do is what I told Salon create a printable version of their content in a magazine form. And now with syndicated feeds becoming more popular you can create your own news paper. Imagine picking and choose what you read in a paper and have it printed in the morning like a podcast and take it with you.
    Just want to share two things that are going on in the Arabosphere:

  • Boycott Batelco

    Batelco has revised the Broadband Internet (ADSL) packages so that there aren’t any more unlimited usage packages. This means you will be charged extra the more you use your Internet connection, pharmacy
    with no option to pay a flat fee.

  • Free Alaa

    On Saturday (May 7), Alaa was arrested with a group of activists during a peaceful demonstration outside a Cairo courthouse. The rally denounced disciplinary hearings for two reform judges and arrests of protestors at previous demonstrations. Alaa and a group of other demonstrators were cornered by Egyptian police, and security agents then apparently handpicked individual protestors for arrest.

  • It is interesting to see how other countries to compare them to your own.
    What is charity? How can you measure it?
    Today after having lunch at Gaucho Grill with my friend going home, illness I was at the light and this Bangladeshi guy came up to me and asked if I was going to Messila, I said “no” but that going that general direction he asked to be taken as close.
    So I said wtf and told him to hop in.
    Old draft wrote it in May 18 2005 at 12:02 figured should publish itThe New York Times is going to paid subscribtion service for their op-ed and news columnists. So all you Friedman fans will have to pay to read his articles now.
    It is a strange week, illness just after CNN removed their subscrition service, info and LA times did the same just earlier this year, website like this NY Times has to go backwards.
    I dont know who is going to pay for this service, cause I know I won’t. Salon tried the subscrition service route for their premium content and just kept losing money and they didn’t get a profit til they they removed that divide. Now they still have subscriber service but that just removes ads and gives a couple extra perks.
    The problem with the internet and subscrition service is that people dont like to pay for something they can’t hold or own in their hand especially when they are just going to read it for 5 minutes when they are sitting on a computer. When people buy magazines and news papers its not just for the content but the portablity of it. I can access the internet on my phone and read websites, but I still buy magazines cause I can take it with me anywhere and easily share it with my friends.
    What the NY Times needs to do is what I told Salon create a printable version of their content in a magazine form. And now with syndicated feeds becoming more popular you can create your own news paper. Imagine picking and choose what you read in a paper and have it printed in the morning like a podcast and take it with you.
    Just want to share two things that are going on in the Arabosphere:

  • Boycott Batelco

    Batelco has revised the Broadband Internet (ADSL) packages so that there aren’t any more unlimited usage packages. This means you will be charged extra the more you use your Internet connection, pharmacy
    with no option to pay a flat fee.

  • Free Alaa

    On Saturday (May 7), Alaa was arrested with a group of activists during a peaceful demonstration outside a Cairo courthouse. The rally denounced disciplinary hearings for two reform judges and arrests of protestors at previous demonstrations. Alaa and a group of other demonstrators were cornered by Egyptian police, and security agents then apparently handpicked individual protestors for arrest.

  • It is interesting to see how other countries to compare them to your own.
    What is charity? How can you measure it?
    Today after having lunch at Gaucho Grill with my friend going home, illness I was at the light and this Bangladeshi guy came up to me and asked if I was going to Messila, I said “no” but that going that general direction he asked to be taken as close.
    So I said wtf and told him to hop in.
    A beautiful gallery of women artists. A mix of photography, diagnosis graphics, pencil, pain etc.

    Woman in action

    Morning Coffe

    I got maybe 3 hours of sleep.

    Old draft wrote it in May 18 2005 at 12:02 figured should publish itThe New York Times is going to paid subscribtion service for their op-ed and news columnists. So all you Friedman fans will have to pay to read his articles now.
    It is a strange week, illness just after CNN removed their subscrition service, info and LA times did the same just earlier this year, website like this NY Times has to go backwards.
    I dont know who is going to pay for this service, cause I know I won’t. Salon tried the subscrition service route for their premium content and just kept losing money and they didn’t get a profit til they they removed that divide. Now they still have subscriber service but that just removes ads and gives a couple extra perks.
    The problem with the internet and subscrition service is that people dont like to pay for something they can’t hold or own in their hand especially when they are just going to read it for 5 minutes when they are sitting on a computer. When people buy magazines and news papers its not just for the content but the portablity of it. I can access the internet on my phone and read websites, but I still buy magazines cause I can take it with me anywhere and easily share it with my friends.
    What the NY Times needs to do is what I told Salon create a printable version of their content in a magazine form. And now with syndicated feeds becoming more popular you can create your own news paper. Imagine picking and choose what you read in a paper and have it printed in the morning like a podcast and take it with you.
    Old draft wrote it in May 18 2005 at 12:02 figured should publish itThe New York Times is going to paid subscribtion service for their op-ed and news columnists. So all you Friedman fans will have to pay to read his articles now.
    It is a strange week, illness just after CNN removed their subscrition service, info and LA times did the same just earlier this year, website like this NY Times has to go backwards.
    I dont know who is going to pay for this service, cause I know I won’t. Salon tried the subscrition service route for their premium content and just kept losing money and they didn’t get a profit til they they removed that divide. Now they still have subscriber service but that just removes ads and gives a couple extra perks.
    The problem with the internet and subscrition service is that people dont like to pay for something they can’t hold or own in their hand especially when they are just going to read it for 5 minutes when they are sitting on a computer. When people buy magazines and news papers its not just for the content but the portablity of it. I can access the internet on my phone and read websites, but I still buy magazines cause I can take it with me anywhere and easily share it with my friends.
    What the NY Times needs to do is what I told Salon create a printable version of their content in a magazine form. And now with syndicated feeds becoming more popular you can create your own news paper. Imagine picking and choose what you read in a paper and have it printed in the morning like a podcast and take it with you.
    Just want to share two things that are going on in the Arabosphere:

  • Boycott Batelco

    Batelco has revised the Broadband Internet (ADSL) packages so that there aren’t any more unlimited usage packages. This means you will be charged extra the more you use your Internet connection, pharmacy
    with no option to pay a flat fee.

  • Free Alaa

    On Saturday (May 7), Alaa was arrested with a group of activists during a peaceful demonstration outside a Cairo courthouse. The rally denounced disciplinary hearings for two reform judges and arrests of protestors at previous demonstrations. Alaa and a group of other demonstrators were cornered by Egyptian police, and security agents then apparently handpicked individual protestors for arrest.

  • It is interesting to see how other countries to compare them to your own.
    Old draft wrote it in May 18 2005 at 12:02 figured should publish itThe New York Times is going to paid subscribtion service for their op-ed and news columnists. So all you Friedman fans will have to pay to read his articles now.
    It is a strange week, illness just after CNN removed their subscrition service, info and LA times did the same just earlier this year, website like this NY Times has to go backwards.
    I dont know who is going to pay for this service, cause I know I won’t. Salon tried the subscrition service route for their premium content and just kept losing money and they didn’t get a profit til they they removed that divide. Now they still have subscriber service but that just removes ads and gives a couple extra perks.
    The problem with the internet and subscrition service is that people dont like to pay for something they can’t hold or own in their hand especially when they are just going to read it for 5 minutes when they are sitting on a computer. When people buy magazines and news papers its not just for the content but the portablity of it. I can access the internet on my phone and read websites, but I still buy magazines cause I can take it with me anywhere and easily share it with my friends.
    What the NY Times needs to do is what I told Salon create a printable version of their content in a magazine form. And now with syndicated feeds becoming more popular you can create your own news paper. Imagine picking and choose what you read in a paper and have it printed in the morning like a podcast and take it with you.
    Just want to share two things that are going on in the Arabosphere:

  • Boycott Batelco

    Batelco has revised the Broadband Internet (ADSL) packages so that there aren’t any more unlimited usage packages. This means you will be charged extra the more you use your Internet connection, pharmacy
    with no option to pay a flat fee.

  • Free Alaa

    On Saturday (May 7), Alaa was arrested with a group of activists during a peaceful demonstration outside a Cairo courthouse. The rally denounced disciplinary hearings for two reform judges and arrests of protestors at previous demonstrations. Alaa and a group of other demonstrators were cornered by Egyptian police, and security agents then apparently handpicked individual protestors for arrest.

  • It is interesting to see how other countries to compare them to your own.
    What is charity? How can you measure it?
    Today after having lunch at Gaucho Grill with my friend going home, illness I was at the light and this Bangladeshi guy came up to me and asked if I was going to Messila, I said “no” but that going that general direction he asked to be taken as close.
    So I said wtf and told him to hop in.
    Old draft wrote it in May 18 2005 at 12:02 figured should publish itThe New York Times is going to paid subscribtion service for their op-ed and news columnists. So all you Friedman fans will have to pay to read his articles now.
    It is a strange week, illness just after CNN removed their subscrition service, info and LA times did the same just earlier this year, website like this NY Times has to go backwards.
    I dont know who is going to pay for this service, cause I know I won’t. Salon tried the subscrition service route for their premium content and just kept losing money and they didn’t get a profit til they they removed that divide. Now they still have subscriber service but that just removes ads and gives a couple extra perks.
    The problem with the internet and subscrition service is that people dont like to pay for something they can’t hold or own in their hand especially when they are just going to read it for 5 minutes when they are sitting on a computer. When people buy magazines and news papers its not just for the content but the portablity of it. I can access the internet on my phone and read websites, but I still buy magazines cause I can take it with me anywhere and easily share it with my friends.
    What the NY Times needs to do is what I told Salon create a printable version of their content in a magazine form. And now with syndicated feeds becoming more popular you can create your own news paper. Imagine picking and choose what you read in a paper and have it printed in the morning like a podcast and take it with you.
    Just want to share two things that are going on in the Arabosphere:

  • Boycott Batelco

    Batelco has revised the Broadband Internet (ADSL) packages so that there aren’t any more unlimited usage packages. This means you will be charged extra the more you use your Internet connection, pharmacy
    with no option to pay a flat fee.

  • Free Alaa

    On Saturday (May 7), Alaa was arrested with a group of activists during a peaceful demonstration outside a Cairo courthouse. The rally denounced disciplinary hearings for two reform judges and arrests of protestors at previous demonstrations. Alaa and a group of other demonstrators were cornered by Egyptian police, and security agents then apparently handpicked individual protestors for arrest.

  • It is interesting to see how other countries to compare them to your own.
    What is charity? How can you measure it?
    Today after having lunch at Gaucho Grill with my friend going home, illness I was at the light and this Bangladeshi guy came up to me and asked if I was going to Messila, I said “no” but that going that general direction he asked to be taken as close.
    So I said wtf and told him to hop in.
    A beautiful gallery of women artists. A mix of photography, diagnosis graphics, pencil, pain etc.

    Woman in action

    Old draft wrote it in May 18 2005 at 12:02 figured should publish itThe New York Times is going to paid subscribtion service for their op-ed and news columnists. So all you Friedman fans will have to pay to read his articles now.
    It is a strange week, illness just after CNN removed their subscrition service, info and LA times did the same just earlier this year, website like this NY Times has to go backwards.
    I dont know who is going to pay for this service, cause I know I won’t. Salon tried the subscrition service route for their premium content and just kept losing money and they didn’t get a profit til they they removed that divide. Now they still have subscriber service but that just removes ads and gives a couple extra perks.
    The problem with the internet and subscrition service is that people dont like to pay for something they can’t hold or own in their hand especially when they are just going to read it for 5 minutes when they are sitting on a computer. When people buy magazines and news papers its not just for the content but the portablity of it. I can access the internet on my phone and read websites, but I still buy magazines cause I can take it with me anywhere and easily share it with my friends.
    What the NY Times needs to do is what I told Salon create a printable version of their content in a magazine form. And now with syndicated feeds becoming more popular you can create your own news paper. Imagine picking and choose what you read in a paper and have it printed in the morning like a podcast and take it with you.
    Just want to share two things that are going on in the Arabosphere:

  • Boycott Batelco

    Batelco has revised the Broadband Internet (ADSL) packages so that there aren’t any more unlimited usage packages. This means you will be charged extra the more you use your Internet connection, pharmacy
    with no option to pay a flat fee.

  • Free Alaa

    On Saturday (May 7), Alaa was arrested with a group of activists during a peaceful demonstration outside a Cairo courthouse. The rally denounced disciplinary hearings for two reform judges and arrests of protestors at previous demonstrations. Alaa and a group of other demonstrators were cornered by Egyptian police, and security agents then apparently handpicked individual protestors for arrest.

  • It is interesting to see how other countries to compare them to your own.
    What is charity? How can you measure it?
    Today after having lunch at Gaucho Grill with my friend going home, illness I was at the light and this Bangladeshi guy came up to me and asked if I was going to Messila, I said “no” but that going that general direction he asked to be taken as close.
    So I said wtf and told him to hop in.
    A beautiful gallery of women artists. A mix of photography, diagnosis graphics, pencil, pain etc.

    Woman in action

    Computerlove had a competition for artitst to interpret the theme of “Geography and Information.

    Here are the finalists.

    My favorites were:
    Your Wall
    This World
    Info: Andrea
    Defrag
    GMAP

    Supposedly they are going to be turned to posters, therapy
    but there is not link for me to buy them.

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