Every kid should try this

November 19, 2010

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Holy shit! Next time, they should strap a camera on it.

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DIY joystick

November 18, 2010

Simply genius.

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No spiked hair in Islam

November 18, 2010

According to Islamic law Shariat, you can not have spiked hair.

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Blackberry unethically compares iPad to their own copycat product. In this video – something that Blackberry does not say – the Blackberry browser shows superior speed performance because it loads cached web pages as opposed to iPad which loads them first time. It’s a fail, BlackBerry. The graphics look crappy too. Until further notice, your PlayBook is a FailBook.

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Sometimes, professional cyclists pee seated on moving bicycles, especially if they badly want to win. Peeing as you go, is a preferred option for professional cyclists.

Professional cyclists pee seated on moving bicycles

In many cases, however, cyclists would pull over and pee as a group.

Professional cyclists pee seated on moving bicycles

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German photographer made pictures of breakfasts from around the world. Does anything look familiar? I am quite sad for Sweden.

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Even bacteria fights for life to the end. Everything alive wants to live.

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Bollywood and Nollywood – the first and the second largest film industries in the world by the number of films produced – should pack their stuff and go underground. This is a trailer to an upcoming action film by the number one film company in Uganda. Full of special effects and action, the film will not disappoint you.

“Who Killed Captain Alex” is another must-see film. I hereby introduced you to Ugandan film industry.

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I saw this picture today. A satirical explanation of how Facebook’s e-mail service will “help” your privacy.

It might look funny, but seriously, I hope there are no people who believe their privacy is safe to any degree. Because it’s not. There is no such thing as your “privacy” anymore, so long as you have an account on Facebook. Your data is stored by far too many apps and resellers to be safe from third parties. Your pictures, your status updates, your habits, your locations, the meals you eat, the hotels you visit – all this is safely waiting for the buyer. And they are queuing.

To illustrate my point, I want to remind you that last year 32 million user passwords leaked outside Facebook by a mistake of third-party company. On top of this, this year (and long before), Facebook was repeatedly accused of selling personal information to third parties.

This will continue, because your data is the most valuable asset of Facebook. The website has just become a top 3 internet company in the world, valued at $33 billion dollars. Why is a website valued so high? What’s the business model? It’s very simple. The business model is you. Your data, to be exact. It’s obvious. So if you have a slight hope your data will not be misused, forget about it. It will. And don’t complain. You have no choice, really. Even if you leave them and join another sevrice, they too will collect your data.

When it comes to Facebook’s future, I would even go as far as predicting that governments will soon pay Facebook to act as the registry of their populations. Facebook is way better at profiling and tracking people than governments. With over 500 million users and counting, it’t not long before Facebook will profile a few entire continents. Facebook will beat Google, who are after user data as much as ever.

So, seriously, stop bitching about your privacy, it’s too late. Be realistic and enjoy Facebook. Buy shares when they go public. That’s all.

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